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Staff members with discipline Organizational Psychology

Academia develops at the interface of different fields. This is one reason why the University of Groningen is home to a wide range of fields, each with a great number of subject specialists. The overview below, which is based on a standard categorization of fields, will help you find the right expert for each field. If you cannot find the expert you are looking for in this list, try searching via a related field or faculty; you may find him or her there.

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motivational psychology, goal failure, pro-social behavior, anti-social behavior, compensatory behavior, psychological needs, intergroup behavior
M. (Maximilian) Agostini
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PhD student
Breastfeeding and work
drs. S.A. (Sjoukje) van Dellen
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PhD student
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Entrepreneurial cognition Entrepreneurial affect and wellbeing Entrepreneurial learning
Emotion Regulation
Well-being at Work
Lifespan Development during Adulthood
E.A. (Elissa) El Khawli, MSc
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PhD Student
Sustainable entrepreneurship: social psychology and management science.
M.P.M. (Margo) Enthoven
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PhD Sustainable Entrepreneurship
team effectiveness, cooperation between teams and between organizations. crisis management, information processing
dr. P.J.M.D. (Peter) Essens
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Director Center of Expertise HRM & Organizational Behavior
Cognitive style, motivation, motivated reasoning
B. (Ben) Gützkow, MSc
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Teacher, PhD candidate
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Dynamical Systems, Resilience, Talent Development, and Psychological Momentum
Y. (Yannick) Hill, MSc
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PhD Student
Coordination dynamics within multiteam systems
Infrastructure disruption management
N. (Nevena) Ivanovic, MA
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PhD Candidate
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As a psychologist and researcher, I am interested in topics around creativity, flow and coaching. The overarching theme in my work is creating an optimal fit between the individual’s needs and the work context, to optimize work outcomes.  

For creativity and brainstorming, I'm interested in the way in which sharing ideas helps or harms people's creativity, which will likely differ per person. Whereas novel and flexible ideas will be beneficial for some, others' creativity and productivity will benefit more from everyday and structured ideas. 

For flow, I'm interested in how flow experiences help to reach your full potential, and how such an experience adds to your (creative) performance. 

See also: www.kikidejonge.nl
K.M.M. (Kiki) de Jonge, MSc
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Assistant Professor
occupational health psychology, stress at work, well-being, careers, transitions
dr. A.C. (Anita) Keller
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Assistant Professor
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Proactive and Adaptive Work Behavior
Occupational Health Psychology
Thriving at Work
A.K. (Anne-Kathrin) Kleine, MSc
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As a project leader I participate in a number of projects and activities such as organizing the annual Careers Week, advising organisations to help them with their challenges with regard to employer branding and recruitment at our faculty and supporting the maintenance of several communication media and databases.
K.J.M. (Karin) Koster
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Project Leader Career Services and Corporate Relations
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PhD Candidate
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Motivation and goal pursuit; implicit social cognition
dr. N.P. (N. Pontus) Leander
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Associate Professor
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Leadership, innovation, innovation networks.
mr. J.M. (Jesus) Mascareño Apodaca
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PhD student
Gezondheidszorg, Taakherschikking; Sociaal-organisatorisch risicomanagement; Combineren kwalitatieve en kwantitatieve technieken
Aging at work, Emotional functioning, Social comparison, Envy and social undermining, Goal orientation
dr. S.G. (Susan) Reh, MSc
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Post-doctoral researcher
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Task shifting, interprofessional collaboration and education in oral health care.
dr. J.J. Reinders
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lecturer & researcher
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Creativity and innovation; group processes; team performance
dr. E.F. (Eric) Rietzschel
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Assistant professor
Leadership & power; (open) innovation; innovation management; talent development; organizational change; teaching; 
dr. D.C. (Diana) Rus
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Senior lecturer
aging workforce, emotional development across adulthood, occupational health and well-being
prof. dr. S. (Susanne) Scheibe
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Professor
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occupational well-being, self-regulation, proactive work behavior, work events, diary study methodology
dr. A. (Antje) Schmitt
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Assistant Professor and Rosalind Franklin Fellow
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I am fascinated with change in organizations; how people respond, the dynamics that occur and the complexities of organizing change for those in charge, the change leaders. Although I am interested in all sorts of organizational change processes, my PhD thesis particularly focuses on the complexities of organizing change in medical school’s undergraduate curricula.

Topics: undergraduate curriculum change, medical education, complexity, challenges and strategies of change leaders, situational awareness, governance, the role of local institutional contexts in international curriculum development projects.
F. (Floor) Velthuis, MSc
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PhD candidate medical education
B. (Bart) Verwaeren
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Post-doctoral researcher
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Teaching staff
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prof. dr. B.M. (Barbara) Wisse
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Professor
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psychology of creativity
Creativity, Team information processing, Team composition, Social networks
dr. Y. (Yingjie) Yuan
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Assistant professor
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