Flight attendants daily recovery from work : Is there no place like home?


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SONNENTAG, Sabine, Eva NATTER, 2004. Flight attendants daily recovery from work : Is there no place like home?. In: International Journal of Stress Management. 11(4), pp. 366-391

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