Abegglen, Sandra

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Journal Article

Pedersen, Tina Heidi; Kasper, Nina Elisabeth; Hari, Roman; Egloff, Mike; Marx, David; Abegglen, Sandra; Greif, Robert (2018). Self-learning basic life support: A randomised controlled trial on learning conditions. Resuscitation, 126, pp. 147-153. Elsevier Science Ireland 10.1016/j.resuscitation.2018.02.031

Abegglen, Sandra; Hoffmann-Richter, Ulrike; Schade, Volker; Znoj, Hans Jörg (2017). Work and Health Questionnaire (WHQ): A Screening Tool for Identifying Injured Workers at Risk for a Complicated Rehabilitation. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 27(2), pp. 268-283. Springer 10.1007/s10926-016-9654-1

Znoj, Hans Jörg; Abegglen, Sandra; Buchkremer, Ulrike; Linden, Michael (2016). The Embittered Mind. Dimesions of Embitterment and Validation of the Concept. Journal of individual differences, 37(4), pp. 213-222. Hogrefe 10.1027/1614-0001/a000208

Znoj, Hansjörg; Abegglen, Sandra (2012). Face off? Emotionsausdruck und (soziale) Identität aus psychologischer Perspektive. Der MKG-Chirurg, 5(1), pp. 16-23. Springer 10.1007/s12285-011-0261-z

Conference or Workshop Item

Abegglen, Sandra; Schade, Volker; Hoffmann-Richter, Ulrike; Znoj, Hans Jörg (5 September 2017). A randomized controlled trial of a highly tailored health- and work-related coaching intervention for adapting to accidental injuries: Does it work and for whom does it work? (Unpublished). In: 15th Swiss Psychological Society (SPS SGP SSP) conference - "Treasuring the diversity of psychology". Lausanne, Switzerland. 04.09.-05.09.2017.

Kohli, Livia; Brodbeck, Jeannette; Abegglen, Sandra; Hoffmann-Richter, Ulrike; Schade, Volker; Znoj, Hans Jörg (4 September 2017). Self-efficacy mediates the relation between fear-avoidance beliefs and subjective wellbeing in injured workers (Unpublished). In: 15th Swiss Psychological Society (SPS SGP SSP) conference - "Treasuring the diversity of psychology". Lausanne, Switzerland. 04.09.-05.09.2017.

Abegglen, Sandra (4 September 2017). Why and how to screen injured workers? The Work and Health Questionnaire (WHQ): A Screening Tool for Identifying Injured Workers at Risk for a Complicated Rehabilitation (Unpublished). In: 15th Swiss Psychological Society (SPS SGP SSP) conference - "Treasuring the diversity of psychology". Lausanne, Switzerland. 04.09.-05.09.2017.

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