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Results for tag:Organizational Psychology

Strong morning habits: more or less reattachment to work?

How do our morning habits affect our workday?

Date:30 September 2021
Author:Iustina Armasu
For my Master's thesis, I looked at the relation between morning habits and how well people reattach to their work, and the effect of these two things on the energy levels employees.
Supervisors with high scores on psychopathy are ofte able to advance to higher levels within organizations

Psychopathy in supervisors

Date:20 July 2021
Author:Anne Klaver

For my thesis, I conducted research on triarchic psychopathy in the workplace. In this research, I examined a form of psychopathy in supervisors and its effect on perceptions of satisfaction and trust in employees. Triarchic psychopathy is a way of...

Moralization is often looked at as an emotional or very cognitive process.

Moralizing short-distance flights

Date:22 June 2021
Author:Vladimir Bojarskich

My thesis topic is about moralization: how people develop moral versus non-moral attitudes. I focus in particular on how people develop a moral stance towards short-distance flights.