Jette Völker, M.Sc.

Jette Völker, M.Sc.

Academic staff member
University of Mannheim
Chair of Work and Organizational Psychology
A 5, 6
Gebäudeteil C – Room C 108
68159 Mannheim
Phone: +49 621 181-2116
Fax: +49 621 181-2119
E-mail: jette.voelker
Consultation hour(s):
By appointment
  • Career History

    10/2019 – present Research Assistant, Work and Organizational Psychology, University of Mannheim
    08/2017 – 09/2019 Student Research Assistant, Department of Social Psychology, Um University
    08/2018 – 10/2018 Intern at the Research & Development Department, HR Diagnostics AG, Stuttgart
    10/2016 – 07/2017 Working Student, people-s-place GmbH, Ulm
    08/2016 – 10/2016 Intern, people-s-place GmbH, Ulm
  • Education

    since 10/2019 Ph.D. Student, Work and Organizational Psychology, University of Mannheim
    10/2017 – 09/2019 Master of Science, Psychology (M.Sc.Psych.), Ulm University
    10/2014 – 09/2017 Bachelor of Science, Psychology (B.Sc. Psych.), Ulm University
  • Publications

    Koch, T. J. S., Völker, J., & Sonnentag, S. (2023). Healthy and successful: Health-behavior goal striving in daily work life. Stress & Health, Advance online publication.

    Sonnentag, S., Kottwitz, M. U., Koch, T. J. S., & Völker, J. (2023). Enrichment and conflict between work and health behaviors: New scales for assessing how work relates to physical exercise and healthy eating. Occupational Health Science, 7, 251–296.

    Völker, J., Casper, A., Koch, T. J. S., & Sonnentag, S. (2023). It’s a match: The relevance of matching chronotypes for dual-earner couples’ daily recovery from work. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 28(3), 174–191.

    Völker, J., Kühnel, J., Feinäugle, F., & Barnes, C. M. (2023). Being robbed of an hour of sleep: The impact of the transition to daylight saving time on work engagement depends on employees’ chronotype. Sleep Health, Advance online publication.

    Wiegelmann, M., Völker, J., & Sonnentag, S. (2023). Sleep has many faces: The interplay of sleep and work in predicting employees’ energetic state over the course of the day. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 28(1), 52–63.