Hobfoll
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Conservation of resources: A new attempt at conceptualizing stress.
SE Hobfoll
American psychologist 44 (3), 513, 1989
107101989
The influence of culture, community, and the nested‐self in the stress process: Advancing conservation of resources theory
SE Hobfoll
Applied psychology 50 (3), 337-421, 2001
43622001
Social and psychological resources and adaptation
SE Hobfoll
Review of general psychology 6 (4), 307-324, 2002
34102002
Stress, culture, and community: The psychology and philosophy of stress
SE Hobfoll
Springer Science & Business Media, 2004
21052004
Post-traumatic stress disorder
R Yehuda
New England journal of medicine 346 (2), 108-114, 2002
1890*2002
The ecology of stress
SE Hobfoll
Taylor & Francis, 1988
17661988
Resource loss, resource gain, and emotional outcomes among inner city women.
SE Hobfoll, RJ Johnson, N Ennis, AP Jackson
Journal of personality and social psychology 84 (3), 632, 2003
12422003
Conservation of resources: A general stress theory applied to burnout.
SE Hobfoll, J Freedy
Taylor & Francis, 1993
11411993
Five essential elements of immediate and mid–term mass trauma intervention: Empirical evidence
SE Hobfoll, P Watson, CC Bell, RA Bryant, MJ Brymer, MJ Friedman, ...
Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes 70 (4), 283-315, 2007
11392007
Conservation of resources theory
SE Hobfoll, A Shirom, R Golembiewski
appears in Handbook of Organizational Behavior, RT Golembiewski (ed …, 2000
10792000
Conservation of resource caravans and engaged settings
SE Hobfoll
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 84 (1), 116-122, 2011
7842011
Resource conservation as a strategy for community psychology
SE Hobfoll, RS Lilly
Journal of community psychology 21 (2), 128-148, 1993
7041993
Depression prevalence and incidence among inner-city pregnant and postpartum women.
SE Hobfoll, C Ritter, J Lavin, MR Hulsizer, RP Cameron
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 63 (3), 445, 1995
6051995
Commitment, psychological well-being and job performance: An examination of conservation of resources (COR) theory and job burnout.
TA Wright, SE Hobfoll
Journal of Business & Management 9 (4), 2004
4882004
Refining our understanding of traumatic growth in the face of terrorism: Moving from meaning cognitions to doing what is meaningful
SE Hobfoll, BJ Hall, D Canetti‐Nisim, S Galea, RJ Johnson, PA Palmieri
Applied Psychology 56 (3), 345-366, 2007
4672007
Conservation of social resources: Social support resource theory
SE Hobfoll, J Freedy, C Lane, P Geller
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 7 (4), 465-478, 1990
4261990
Gender and coping: The dual‐axis model of coping
SE Hobfoll, CL Dunahoo, Y Ben-Porath, J Monnier
American journal of community psychology 22 (1), 49-82, 1994
4241994
Exposure to terrorism, stress-related mental health symptoms, and defensive coping among Jews and Arabs in Israel.
SE Hobfoll, D Canetti-Nisim, RJ Johnson
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 74 (2), 207, 2006
3832006
Cumulative interpersonal traumas and social support as risk and resiliency factors in predicting PTSD and depression among inner‐city women
JA Schumm, M Briggs‐Phillips, SE Hobfoll
Journal of Traumatic Stress: Official Publication of The International …, 2006
3662006
Work can burn us out or fire us up: Conservation of resources in burnout and engagement
MJ Gorgievski, SE Hobfoll
Handbook of stress and burnout in health care 2008, 7-22, 2008
3652008
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