About the Dark and Bright Sides of Self-efficacyWorkaholism and Work Engagement

  1. Mario del Líbano Miralles
  2. Susana Llorens Gumbau
  3. Marisa Salanova Soria
  4. Wilmar B. Schaufeli
The Spanish Journal of Psychology

ISSN: 1138-7416

Datum der Publikation: 2012

Ausgabe: 15

Nummer: 2

Seiten: 688-701

Art: Artikel


Andere Publikationen in: The Spanish Journal of Psychology


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  • Zitate in Scopus: 76 (15-05-2023)
  • Zitate in Dialnet Metriken: 9 (04-06-2023)
  • Zitate in 'Web of Science': 69 (20-05-2023)
  • Zitate in Dimensions: 73 (04-04-2023)

JCR (Journal Impact Factor)

  • Jahr 2012
  • Impact Factor der Zeitschrift: 0.827
  • Impact Factor ohne Selbstzitierung: 0.659
  • Article influence score: 0.274
  • Höchstes Quartil: Q3
  • Bereich: PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY Quartil: Q3 Position im Bereich: 73/126 (Ausgabe: SSCI)

SCImago Journal Rank

  • Jahr 2012
  • Impact SJR der Zeitschrift: 0.51
  • Höchstes Quartil: Q1
  • Bereich: Linguistics and Language Quartil: Q1 Position im Bereich: 143/758
  • Bereich: Psychology (miscellaneous) Quartil: Q2 Position im Bereich: 96/242


  • Sozialwissenschaften: A
  • Humanwissenschaften: A

Scopus CiteScore

  • Jahr 2012
  • CiteScore der Zeitschrift: 1.4
  • Bereich: Language and Linguistics Perzentil: 79
  • Bereich: Linguistics and Language Perzentil: 79
  • Bereich: Psychology (all) Perzentil: 47


(Aktualisierte Daten ab 04-04-2023)
  • Gesamtzitate: 73
  • Letzten Termine: 22
  • Relative Citation Ratio (RCR): 0.8

Informationen zur Finanzierung

This study was supported by grants from the Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (#PSI2008-01376/PSIC), the Spanish Ministerio de Trabajo y Asuntos Sociales (#411/UJI/SALUD), and Universitat Jaume I & Bancaixa (#P11B2008-06).

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