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      Recovery, work engagement, and proactive behavior: a new look at the interface between nonwork and work.

      The Journal of applied psychology

      Cooperative Behavior, Humans, Leisure Activities, Psychological Theory, Questionnaires, Reproducibility of Results, Time Factors, Work

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          This study examined work-related outcomes of recovery during leisure time. A total of 147 employees completed a questionnaire and a daily survey over a period of 5 consecutive work days. Multilevel analyses showed that day-level recovery was positively related to day-level work engagement and day-level proactive behavior (personal initiative, pursuit of learning) during the subsequent work day. The data suggest considerable daily fluctuations in behavior and attitudes at work, with evidence that these are related to prior experience and opportunity for recovery in the nonwork domain.

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