Prof. Mina Westman

מנהלת ביה"ס למנהל עסקים אמריטוס
Prof. Mina Westman
Phone: 03-6408189
Fax: 03-6407739
Office: Recanati - Business Administration, 451

Short Biography

Professor, Organizational Behavior

Department; Organizational Behavior

Academic Background Professional; Ph.D. Organizational Behavior, Faculty of Management, Tel Aviv University

Non-academic Chairperson, Council of Women Organizations in Israel; Representing Israel in the UN, Status of Women sessions.

Research agenda; Positive and negative crossover among partners and team members The impact of respite from work

Fields of Research

stress strain and resilience, positive and negative crossover, respite

Publications

Westman, M. (2013). Crossover of positive states and experiences. Stress & Health, 29 (4), 263–265. DOI: 10.1002/smi.2535.

 

Westman, M., Shadach, E. & Keinan, G. (2013). The crossover of positive and negative emotions: The moderating effect of empathy. International Journal of Stress Management,20, 116-133.

 

Chen, Y.P., Shaffer, M., Westman, M., Chen S., Lazarova, M., & Reiche, S. (in press). Family role performance: Scale development and validation. Applied Psychology: An International Review.

 

Westman, M. (2011). The impact of stress on the individual, the dyad, and the team (editorial). Stress & Health. 27, 177-180

 

Westman, M., Bakker, A. B., Roziner, I., & Sonnentag, S. (2011). Crossover of job demands and emotional exhaustion within teams: A longitudinal multilevel study. Anxiety, Stress, & Coping, 24, 561-577.

 

Davidson, O., Eden, D., & Westman, M. (2010). Sabbatical leave relief from job stress: Who gains and how much?. Journal of Applied Psychology, 95, 953-964.

 

Lazarova, M., Westman, M., & Shaffer, M. (2010). Elucidating the positive side of the work-family interface on international assignments: A model of expatriate work and family performance. Academy of Management Review, 35, 93-117.
Paper received the Academy of Management Award, Human Resources Division, Best paper in Academy of Management Review 2010.

 

Book Chapters 

Eden, D., & Westman, M., (2014). Respite redux. In R. Burke, C. Cooper, & S. Fox (Eds.). Human frailties: Wrong turns on the road to success. UK: Gower.

 

Lazarove, M., Westman, M., & Shaffer, M. (2012). Elucidating the positive side of the work-family interface on international assignments: A model of expatriate work and family performance. In, S. Poelmans, J. Greenhaus, & M. Maestro (Eds.) Expanding the boundaries of work-family research; A vision for the future(pp.297-333). UK:Palgrave/mccmillan.

 

Westman, M., Etzion, D., & Chen, S. (2009). Are business trips a respite? In P. Perrewe, D. Ganster, & S. Sonnentag (Eds.), Research in occupational stress and well-being (Volume 7; pp. 167-204). JAI Press/Elsevier Science.

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