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Using the Dynamic Model of Affect (DMA) to examine leisure time as a stress coping resource: Taking into account stress severity and gender difference. J Leis Res, 46(4), 483-505. presented at the 2014. doi:10.1080/00222216.2014.11950338. (2014).
Is leisure time availability associated with more or less severe daily stressors? An examination using eight-day diary data. Leis Sci, 36(1), 35-51. presented at the 2014 Jan 01. doi:10.1080/01490400.2014.860782. (2014).
Does leisure time moderate or mediate the effect of daily stress on positive affect? An examination using eight-day diary data. J Leis Res, 46(1), 106-124. presented at the 2014. doi:10.1080/00222216.2014.11950315. (2014).
Does Leisure Time as a Stress Coping Resource Increase Affective Complexity? Applying the Dynamic Model of Affect (DMA). J Leis Res, 45(3), 393-414. presented at the 2013. doi:10.18666/jlr-2013-v45-i3-3157. (2013).