Publications

  • Klumb, P. L., Rauers, A., & Wicki, Ch. (in press). Physicians’ interactions with peers: Empathic accuracy during shift-handovers on intensive-care units. Applied Psychology: Health & Well-being.
  • Klumb, P. L. & Thielsch, M. T. (in press). TBS-TK Rezension. S-Tool – Ein online-Befragungsinstrument zur Erhebung von Belastungen, Ressourcen und Befinden am Arbeitsplatz. Psychologische Rundschau.
  • Gomez, P., Nielsen C., Studer R. K., Hildebrandt, H., Klumb, P. L., Nater, U. M., Wild, P., & Danuser, B. (in press). Prolonged performance-related neuroendocrine activation and perseverative cognition in low- and high-anxious university music students. Psychoneuroendocrinology.
  • Klumb, P. L., Herre, Ch., & Schaffner, J. (in press). One Best Way? Leader Behaviour and Different Aspects of Team Performance. Zeitschrift für Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie.
  • Debrot, A., Siegler, S., Klumb, P. L., & Schoebi, D. (in press). Daily Work Stress and Relationship Satisfaction; Detachment Affects Romantic Couples' Interactions Quality. Journal of Happiness Studies.
  • Klumb, P. L., Voelkle, M., & Siegler, S. (2017). How negative social interactions at work seep into the home: A prosocial and an antisocial pathway. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 35 (5), 629-649.
  • Gemmiti, M., Hamed, S., Wildhaber, J., Pharisa, C., & Klumb, P. L. (2017). Pediatric Consultations: Negative-Word Use and Parent Satisfaction. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 42(10), 1165-1174.
  • Gemmiti, M., Hamed, S., Lauber-Biason, A., Wildhaber, J., Pharisa, C., & Klumb, P. L. (2017). Pediatricians' affective communication behavior attenuates parents' stress response during the medical interview. Patient Education and Counseling, 100(3), 480-486.
  • Klumb, P. L., Gatzka, T. and Allehoff, W. (2017). Berufs-Interessen-Test: Überprüfungen der Psychometrischen Eigenschaften einer aktualisierten Fassung  (BIT-II-A). Diagnostica, 63(1), 55-69.
  • 2012-2015
    • Human, L. J., Whillans, A. V., Hoppmann, C. A., Klumb, P. L., Dickerson, S. S. & Dunn, E. W. (2015). Finding the middle ground: Curvilinear associations between positive affect variability and daily cortisol profiles. Emotion, 15(6), 705-720.
    • Hoppmann C. A., Pötter U. and Klumb P. L. (2013). Dyadic simultaneity in goal-pursuit influences individual well-being in employed parents. Time & Society, 22, 356-370.
    • Hoppmann C. A. and Klumb P. L. (2012). Daily management of work and family goals in employed parents. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 81, 191-198.
  • 2007-2011
    • Röcke C., Hoppmann C. and Klumb P. L. (2011). Correspondence between retrospective and momentary ratings of positive and negative affect in old age: Findings from a one-year measurement-burst design. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Science, 66B, 411-415.
    • Hoppmann C. A. and Klumb P. L. (2010). Grandparental investment facilitates harmonization of work and family in employed parents: A lifespan psychological perspective. [Commentary on Coall & Hertwig: Grandparental investment: Past, present and future.] Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 33, 27-28.
    • Nater U., Hoppmann C. A. and Klumb P. L. (2010). Neuroticism and conscientiousness are associated with cortisol diurnal profiles in adults - Role of positive and negative affect. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 35, 1573-1577. (pdf)
    • Klumb P.L., Elfering A. and Herre C. (2009). Ambulatory-assessment studies in industrial and organizational psychology. European Psychologist, 14(2), 120-131.
    • Ditzen B., Hoppmann C. A. and Klumb P. L. (2008). Positive couple interactions and daily cortisol: On the stress-protecting role of intimacy. Psychosomatic Medicine, 70, 883-889. (pdf)
    • Klumb P. L. and Maier H. (2007). Daily activities and survival at older ages. Journal of Aging and Health, 19, 594-611. (pdf)
    • Hoppmann C. A., Gerstorf D., Smith J. and Klumb P. L. (2007). Linking goals and behavior: Do domain-specific possible selves translate into daily activities in very old age? Journals of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 62, P104-P111.