Peter Gröpel
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Work–life balance and subjective well‐being: The mediating role of need fulfilment
P Gröpel, J Kuhl
British Journal of Psychology 100 (2), 365-375, 2009
1902009
A mega-trial investigation of goal setting, interest enhancement, and energy on procrastination
P Gröpel, P Steel
Personality and individual differences 45 (5), 406-411, 2008
1092008
Action versus state orientation and self-control performance after depletion
P Gröpel, RF Baumeister, J Beckmann
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40, 476-487, 2014
812014
Preventing motor skill failure through hemisphere-specific priming: Cases from choking under pressure.
J Beckmann, P Gröpel, F Ehrlenspiel
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (3), 679, 2013
792013
Having time for life activities: Life balance and self-regulation
P Gröpel, J Kuhl
Zeitschrift für Gesundheitspsychologie 14 (2), 54-63, 2006
482006
On the theory of life balance: The relation to subjective well-being and the role of self-regulation
P Gröpel
30*2005
Motivation and self‐control: Implicit motives moderate the exertion of self‐control in motive‐related tasks
P Gröpel, HM Kehr
Journal of Personality 82 (4), 317-328, 2014
292014
Balancing work and personal life: Relation to needs and life satisfaction
P Gröpel
Ceskoslovenska Psychologie 50, 71-83, 2006
25*2006
Does knowledge of physical activity recommendations increase physical activity among Chinese college students? Empirical investigations based on the transtheoretical model
K Abula, P Gröpel, K Chen, J Beckmann
Journal of sport and health science 7 (1), 77-82, 2018
242018
Unilateral left-hand contractions produce widespread depression of cortical activity after their execution
F Cross-Villasana, P Gröpel, M Doppelmayr, J Beckmann
PloS one 10 (12), 2015
222015
Choking interventions in sports: A systematic review
P Gröpel, C Mesagno
International Review of sport and exercise psychology 12 (1), 176-201, 2019
212019
Self-Focused Attention and Motor Skill Failure: The Moderating Role of Action Orientation.
P Gröpel
Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology, 2015
192015
A pre-performance routine to optimize competition performance in artistic gymnastics
P Gröpel, J Beckmann
The Sport Psychologist 31 (2), 199-207, 2017
182017
Achievement motive and sport participation
P Gröpel, M Wegner, J Schüler
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 27, 93-100, 2016
182016
The Implicit and Explicit Motives of High-Performance and Recreational Athletes
P Groepel, L Schoene, M Wegner
ZEITSCHRIFT FUR SPORTPSYCHOLOGIE 22 (1), 6-19, 2015
15*2015
Self-leadership and volition: distinct and potentially supplemental constructs?
C Heiss, KAI Engbert, P Gröpel, M Ziegler, R Brand
Psychological reports 107 (2), 447-462, 2010
152010
Toward an integrated self: Age differences and the role of action orientation
P Gröpel, J Kuhl, M Kazén
Third International SELF Research Conference ‘‘Self-Concept, Motivation and …, 2004
152004
Evaluation und Qualitätsoptimierung der sportpsychologischen Betreuungsarbeit im deutschen Spitzensport
M Kellmann, P Gröpel, J Beckmann
Zeitschrift für Sportpsychologie, 2015
122015
Maintaining balance in life: Action orientation as a buffer against life stress
P Gröpel, J Kuhl
Studia Psychologica 51 (2/3), 137, 2009
112009
Endurance-and resistance-trained men exhibit Lower cardiovascular responses to psychosocial stress than untrained men
P Gröpel, M Urner, JC Pruessner, M Quirin
Frontiers in psychology 9, 852, 2018
82018
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