Geibler, J.v., Piwowar, P., Fröhlich, P., Meidrodt, F., Lenz, D. (2023). Agilität im unternehmerischen Innovationsprozess fördern - Eine Kompetenzplattform für kleine und mittelständische Unternehmen. Industrie 4.0 Management, 39(6), 27-31. 


Gerpott, F. H., Rivkin, W., Diestel, S. (2023). Keep it steady? Not only average self-control demands matter for employees’ work engagement, but also variability. Work & Stress an International Journal of Work, Health & Organisations 2023, 1-22.


Poethke, U., Klasmeier, K. N., Radaca, E. & Diestel, S. (2022). How modern working environments shape attendance behaviour: A longitudinal study on weekly flexibilization, boundaryless work and presenteeism. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 2022, 1-21.


Schweitzer, V. M., Rivkin, W., Gerpott, F. H., Diestel, S., Kühnel, J., Prem, R., Wang, M. (2022). Some positivity per day can protect you a long way: A within-person field experiment to test an affect-resource model of employee effectiveness at work. Work & Stress an International Journal of Work, Health & Organisations 2022, 1-20.


Schreiner, S., Radaca, E., & Meller, P. (2021). Developing a Two-Hour Design Thinking Workshop to Examine the Potentials of Age-Divers Co-creation: Why Product Design Teams Should Invite Users Aged 50+, When Designing for the Demographic Change. In Lecture notes in mechanical engineering (pp. 962–969). Springer Nature.


Burns, D. M., & Hohnemann, C. (2022). Measurement effects in decision-making. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, e2311.


Rivkin, W., Diestel, S., Gerpott, F. H., & Unger, D. (2022). Should I stay or should I go? The role of daily presenteeism as an adaptive response to perform at work despite somatic complaints for employee effectiveness. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. Advance online publication.


Diestel, S. (2022). How strategies of selective optimization with compensation and role clarity prevent future increases in affective strain when demands on self-control increase: Results from two longitudinal studies. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. Advance online publication.


Hohnemann, C., Schweig, S., Diestel, S., & Peifer, C. (2022). How Feedback Shapes Flow Experience in Cognitive Tasks: The Role of Locus of Control and Conscientiousness. Personality and Individual Differences, Advanced Online Publication.


Rivkin, W., Diestel, S., Stollberger, J., & Sacramento, C. (2021). The Role of Regulatory-, Affective-, and Motivational Resources in the adverse Spillover of Sleep in the Home Domain to Employee Effectiveness in the Work Domain. Human Relations. Advance Online Publication.


Diestel, S. (2021). Building Psychological Resources and Resilience after Failure at Work: A Self-Regulatory Perspective on Recovery and Personality Development in the Face of Setback Experiences, Todt, G., Backmann, J. & Weiss, M. (Eds.) Work Life After Failure?: How Employees Bounce Back, Learn, and Recover from Work-Related Setbacks, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 21-39.


Digutsch, J., & Diestel, S. (2021). How achievement motive enactment shapes daily flow experience and work engagement: The interplay of personality systems. Motivation and Emotion, 1-17.


Diestel, S., Schmidt, K.-H. (2020). Willentliche Selbstkontrolle als kultureller Anpassungsmechanismus. In: Ringeisen T., Genkova P., & Leong F.T.L. (Eds.) Handbuch Stress und Kultur. Springer, Wiesbaden.


Kühnel, J., Diestel, S., & Melchers, K. G. (2020). An ambulatory diary study of mobile device use, sleep, and positive mood. International Journal of Stress Management, 28(1), 32–45.


Moser, K., Rivkin, W., Diestel, S. and Alshaik, I. (2020). An Investigation of Self-Control and Self-Regulation as Mechanisms Linking Remote Communication to Employee Well-Being during the Covid‑19 Pandemic. Academy of Management (AoM) Annual Meeting 2020. Vancouver, CA (Virtual Meeting) 07 - 11 Aug 2020 Academy of Management.


Externbrink, K., Diestel, S., & Krings, M. (2019). When Do Those High in Trait Self-Control Suffer From Strain? The Interplay of Trait Self‑Control and Multiple Stressors. Journal of Personnel Psychology 18, 23-33.


Rivkin, W., Diestel, S., & Schmidt, K. H. (2018). Which Daily Experiences Can Foster Well-Being at Work? A Diary Study on the Interplay Between Flow Experiences, Affective Commitment, and Self-Control Demands. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 23(1), 99-111.


Seidel, M., King, J. A., Ritschel, F., Boehm, I., Geisler, D., Bernardoni, F., Holzapfel, L., Diers, K. Diestel, S., Strobel, A., Goschke, T., Walter, H., Roessner, V., & Ehrlich, S. (2018). The real-life costs of emotion regulation in anorexia nervosa: a combined ecological momentary as-sessment and fMRI study. Translational Psychiatry, 8, 28.


Beitz, S. & Wieland, R. (2017). Emotionsarbeit und psychische Beanspruchung im Kontext
erweiterter Strategien zur Emotionsregulation, Vortrag auf der 10. Tagung der
Fachgruppe Arbeits-, Organisations-, und Wirtschaftspsychologie der Deutschen
Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Dresden


Beitz, S. (2017). Emotionsarbeit, Emotionsregulation und psychische Beanspruchung, [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. Bergische Universität Wuppertal


Maydych, V., Claus, M., Dychus, N., Ebel, M., Damaschke, J., Diestel, S., Wolf, O., Kleinsorge, T., Watzl, C. (2017): Impact of chronic and acute academic stress on lymphocyte subsets and monocyte function. PLOS ONE, 12(11).


Beitz, S. & Wieland, R. (2016). Emotionsarbeit und psychische Beanspruchung, in: R. Wieland, K. Seiler & M. Hammes (Eds.). 19. Workshop Psychologie der Arbeitssicherheit und Gesundheit – Dialog statt Monolog (pp. 131-134). Kröning: Asanger Verlag.


Beitz, S. & Wieland, R. (2016). Emotionsarbeit und psychische Beanspruchung bei Dienstleistungstätigkeiten, Sicherheitsingenieur, 9, 10-13.


Klein, A. G., Gerhard, C., Büchner, R., Diestel, S., & Schermelleh-Engel, K. (2016). The detection of heteroscedasticity in regression models for psychological data. Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling, 58, 567-592.


Prem, R., Kubicek, B., Diestel, S., & Korunka, C. (2016). Regulatory job stressors and their within-person relationships with ego depletion: The roles of state anxiety, self-control effort, and job autonomy. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 92, 22-32.


Schmidt, K. H., Beck, R., Rivkin, W., & Diestel, S. (2016). Self-control demands at work and psychological strain: The moderating role of physical fitness. International Journal of Stress Management. 23(3), 255–275.


Seidel, M., Petermann, J., Diestel, S., Ritschel, F., Boehm, I., King, J. A., Geisler, D., Bernadoni, F., Roessner, V., Goschke, T. & Ehrlich, S. (2016). A naturalistic examination of negative affect and disorder-related rumination in anorexia nervosa. European child & adolescent psychiatry, 25, 1207-1216.


Beitz, S. (2015). Psychische Beanspruchung als Gesundheitsindikator bei Dienstleistungstätigkeiten - Zusammenspiel von (arbeits)situativen und personalen Faktoren, Poster auf dem 12. Kongress der Fachgruppe Gesundheitspsychologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Graz


Diestel, S., Rivkin, W., & Schmidt, K. H. (2015). Sleep quality and self‑control capacity as protective resources in the daily emotional labor process: Results from two diary studies. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100, 809-827.


Diestel, S., & Schmidt, K. H. (2015). The protective role of selection, optimization and compensation in coping with self-control demands at work. ISM Research Journal, 2, 37-55.


Kieseler, L., Wieland, R., Hammes, M. & Beitz, S. (2015). Selbstwirksamkeit im Fokus verhaltenspräventiver Maßnahmen – Neue Ansätze zu einem ganzheitlichen Gesundheitsmanagement, [Poster presentation]. 12. Kongress der Fachgruppe Gesundheitspsychologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Graz


Küper, K., Rivkin, W., Diestel, S., Schmidt, K. H., von Myrow, T. M., Przybysz, P., Ahlfeld, C., Frießem, M., Zülch, J., Kleibömer, S., Günnewig, J., te Heesen, M. & Falkenstein, M. (2015). Innovationskraft altersgemischter Belegschaften steigern – Eine ganzheitliche Intervention/ Increasing Innovative Strength of mixed aged workforce. In S. Jeschke, A. Ri-chert, F. Hees & C. Jooß (Eds.), Exploring Demographics (pp. 463-475). Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien.


Rivkin, W., Diestel, S., & Schmidt, K. H. (2015). Psychological detachment: A moderator in the relationship of self-control demands and job strain. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 24, 376-388.


Schmidt, K. H., & Diestel, S. (2015). Self-Control Demands: From Basic Research to Job-Related Applications. Journal of Personnel Psychology, 14, 49-60.


Diestel, S., Wegge, J., & Schmidt, K.-H. (2014). The impact of social context on the relation-ship between individual job satisfaction and absenteeism: The roles of different foci of job satisfaction and work-unit absenteeism. Academy of Management Journal, 57, 353-382.


Kleinsorge, T., Diestel, S., Scheil, J., & Niven, K. (2014). Burnout and the fine-tuning of cog-nitive resources. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 28, 274-278.


Rivkin, W., Diestel, S., & Schmidt, K.-H. (2014). The Positive Relationship between Servant Leadership and Employees’ Psychological Health: A Multi-Method Approach. German Journal of Human Resource Management, 28(1–2), 52–72.

Schmidt, K. H., & Diestel, S. (2014). Are emotional labour strategies by nurses associated with psychological costs? A cross-sectional survey. International journal of nursing studies, 51(11), 1450-1461.


Steffens, N. K., Shemla, M., Wegge, J., & Diestel, S. (2014). Organizational Tenure and Employee Performance: A Multilevel Analysis. Group & Organization Management, 39(6), 664–690.


Diestel, S., Cosmar, M., & Schmidt, K.-H. (2013). Burnout and impaired cognitive functioning: The role of executive control in the performance of cognitive tasks. Work & Stress, 27(2), 164-180.


Schmidt, K.-H., & Diestel, S. (2013). Job demands and personal resources in their relations to indicators of job strain among nurses for older people. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69(10), 2185-2195.


Diestel, S., & Schmidt, K.-H. (2012). Lagged mediator effects of self-control demands on psychological strain and absenteeism. Journal of Occupational & Organizational Psychol-ogy, 85(4), 556–578.


Wegge, J., Jungmann, F., Liebermann, S., Shemla, M., Ries, B.C., Diestel, S., Schmidt, K. H. (2012). What makes age diverse teams effective? Results from a six-year research program. Work, 41, 5145-5151.


Diestel, S., & Schmidt, K.-H. (2011). The moderating role of cognitive control deficits in the link from emotional dissonance to burnout symptoms and absenteeism. Journal of Occu-pational Health Psychology, 16(3), 313‑330.


Diestel, S., & Schmidt, K.-H. (2011). Costs of simultaneous coping with emotional dissonance and self-control demands at work: Results from two German samples. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96(3), 643–653.


Schmidt, K.-H., & Diestel, S. (2011). Differential effects of decision latitude and control on the job demands–strain relationship: A cross‑sectional survey study among elderly care nursing staff. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 48(3), 307-317.


Diestel, S., & Schmidt, K.-H. (2010). Direct and interaction effects among the dimensions of the Maslach Burnout Inventory: Results from two German longitudinal samples. Internati-onal Journal of Stress Management, 17(2), 159-180.


Diestel, S., & Schmidt, K.-H. (2010). Interactive effects of emotional dissonance and self-control demands on burnout, anxiety, and absenteeism. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 77(3), 412-424.


Ries, B.C., Diestel S., Wegge J., & Schmidt, K.-H. (2010). Die Rolle von Alterssalienz und Konflikten in Teams als Mediatoren der Beziehung zwischen Altersheterogenität und Gruppeneffektivität [The role of salience of age heterogeneity and conflicts in teams as mediators in the relationship between age heterogeneity and group effectiveness]. Zeitschrift für Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, 54(3), 117-130.


Diestel, S., Neubach, B., & Schmidt, K.-H. (2009). Einflüsse des sozialen Kontexts auf individuelle gesundheitliche Beschwerden [Influences of social context on individual health complaints]. Zeitschrift für Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, 53(2), 45–56.


Diestel, S., & Schmidt, K.-H. (2009). Mediator and moderator effects of demands on self-control in the relationship between work load and indicators of job strain. Work & Stress, 23(1), 60-79.

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