A.C. (Anita) Keller, Dr
Through my research endeavors, I strive to improve employee and leader well-being and our understanding of the underlying motivational, cognitive, and temporal processes that explain behavior and well-being in an organizational setting. To attain these goals, I explore three lines of research rooted in occupational health and career psychology:
(1) how individuals attain and move between jobs and occupational roles,
(2) the interplay between employees’ working conditions and well-being over time, and
(3) how individuals (fail to) adapt to stressful conditions and the role of dynamic self-regulation in this process.
I received my PhD from the University of Bern (Switzerland, 2013), and did my postdoc at Michigan State University (United States) before I started a position at the University of Groningen (the Netherlands). I currently serve as an associate editor for Journal of Personnel Psychology and an editorial board member for Journal of Applied Psychology and Journal of Vocational Behavior.
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