Petra Klumb

Journal Articles (peer reviewed)

  • Klumb, P. L., Voelkle, M., & Siegler, S. (in press). How negative social interactions at work seep into the home: A prosocial and an antisocial pathway. Journal of Organizational Behavior.
  • Gemmiti, M., Hamed, S., Wildhaber, J., Pharisa, C., & Klumb, P. L. (in press). Pediatric Consultations: Negative-Word Use and Parent Satisfaction. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  • Gemmiti, M., Hamed, S., Lauber-Biason, A., Wildhaber, J., Pharisa, C., & Klumb, P. L. (in press). Pediatricians' affective communication behavior attenuates parents' stress response during the medical interview. Patient Education and Counseling.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Hoppmann C. A. and Klumb P. L. (2006). Daily Goal Pursuits Predict Cortisol Secretion and Mood States in Employed Parents with Preschool Children. Psychosomatic Medicine, 68, 997-894.
  • Klumb P. L., Hoppmann C. A. and Staats M. (2006). Division of labor in German dual-earner families: Testing equity-theoretical hypotheses. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 68, 870-882. (pdf)
  • Klumb P. L., Hoppmann C. A. and Staats M. (2006). Work hours affect spouse’s cortisol secretion—For better and for worse. Psychosomatic Medicine, 68, 742-746. (pdf)
  • Maier H. and Klumb P. L. (2005). Social participation and survival at older ages: Is the effect driven by activity content or context? European Journal of Ageing, 2, 31-39. (pdf)
  • Klumb P. L. (2004). Benefits from productive and consumptive activities. Social Indicators Research, 67, 107-127. (pdf)
  • Klumb P. L. and Baltes M. M. (2004). Adverse life events in late life: Their manifestation and management in daily life. International Journal of Stress Management, 11, 3-20. (pdf)
  • Klumb P. L. and Lampert T. (2004). Women, work, and well-being. A review and methodological critique. Social Science & Medicine, 58, 1007-1024. (pdf)
  • Klumb P. L. and Perrez M. (2004). Why time-sampling studies can enrich work-leisure research. Introduction to the special issue on intensive time sampling of work and leisure activities. Social Indicators Research, 67, 1-10. (pdf)
  • Semmler C. and Klumb P. L. (2004). Geschlechtsunterschiede in der Prävalenz vom Depressionen: Ein Resultat differentieller Validität der Erhebungsinstrumente? Journal of Public Health - Zeitschrift für Gesundheitswissenschaften, 12, 139-146. (pdf)
  • Klumb P. L. and Staats M. (2003). Familienorientierte Personalpolitik – Sind die Zielgrößen unvereinbar? Personal – Zeitschrift für Human Resource Management, 55, 29-31. (pdf)
  • Klumb P. L. (2001). Action-regulation in old age: Time samples from everyday contexts. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 25, 392-399. (pdf)
  • Klumb P. L. and Baltes M. M. (1999). Validity of retrospective time-use reports in old age. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 13, 527-539. (pdf)
  • Klumb P. L. and Baltes M. M. (1999). Time use of old and very old Berliners: Productive and consumptive activities as functions of resources. Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 54B, S271-S278.
  • Klumb P. L., Geiselmann B. and Baltes M. M. (1999). Alltagsaktivitäten bei Depression und Demenz im hohem Alter: Ergebnisse der Berliner Altersstudie [Everyday activities of old and very old individuals with depression and dementia: Results of the Berlin Aging Study]. Der Nervenarzt, 70, 627-636.
  • Marsiske M., Klumb P. L. and Baltes M. M. (1997). Everyday activity patterns and sensory functioning in old age. Psychology and Aging, 12, 444-457.
  • Klumb P. L. (1995). Cognitive failures and performance differences: Validation studies of a German version of the Cognitive Failures Questionnaire. Ergonomics, 38, 1456-1467. (pdf)
  • Battmann W. and Klumb P. L. (1993). Behaviour economics and compliance with safety regulations. Safety Science, 16, 35-46.
  • Wilpert B. and Klumb P. L. (1991). Störfall Biblis A. Theoretische und pragmatische Überlegungen zu einer systemischen Betrachtung der Ereignisse [Incident Biblis A. Theoretical and pragmatic reflections regarding a systemic approach to the events]. Zeitschrift für Arbeitswissenschaft, 45(1), 51-54.

Book Chapters

  • Klumb P. L. and Gemmiti M. (2011). Harmonisierung von Arbeits- und Privatleben. In: Bamberg, E., Ducki, A. & Metz, A.-M (Eds.). Handbuch Gesundheitsförderung und Gesundheitsmanagement in der Arbeitswelt. Göttingen: Hogrefe.
  • Wittmann W. W. and Klumb P. L. (2006). How to fool yourself (and others) with experiments in testing theories in psychological research. In R. R. Bootzin & P. E. McKnight (Eds.) Measurement, methodology, and evaluation. Festschrift honoring the contributions of Lee Sechrest. Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association.
  • Klumb P. L. (2003). Belastung und Erholung: Ein Paradigmenwechsel. In K.-P. Timpe & H.-G. Giesa (Hrsg.) 12. Workshop Psychologie der Arbeitssicherheit und Gesundheit (pp. 429-431). Kröning: Asanger.
  • Klumb P. L. (1999). Age-Lite. Products for elderly consumers. In G. Antonides & F. van Raaij (Eds.), Consumer Behavior – A European Perspective, Vol. II, Case studies. Chichester: Wiley.
  • Klumb P. L. (1999). Time use. In P. Earl & S. Kemp (Eds.), The Elgar Companion to Consumer Research and Economic Psychology (pp. 560-565). Brookfield: Edward Elgar.
  • Wilpert B. and Klumb P. L. (1993). Social dynamics, organization and management: Factors contributing to system safety. In B. Wilpert & T. Qvale (Eds.), Reliability and Safety in Hazardous Work Systems (pp. 87-99). Hove: Erlbaum.
  • Klumb P. L. (1991). Ausführungsfehler am Arbeitsplatz: Versuch einer Validierung des 'Cognitive Failures Questionnaire' [Slips of action at the workplace: A validation of the CFQ]. In H. Schuler & U. Funke (Eds.), Eignungsdiagnostik in Forschung und Praxis, Band 10 der Beiträge zur Organisationspsychologie (pp. 59-63). Stuttgart: Verlag für Angewandte Psychologie.
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