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S. (Susanne) Scheibe, Prof Dr

Professor of Lifespan Development and Organizational Behavior / Chair of Organizational Psychology

Stress in Action: Advancing the Science of Stress by Moving the Lab to Daily Life

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Emotional benefits of growing older at work

This project takes a developmental approach to the role of emotions in organizations. The goal is to examine age-related differences in emotional competencies and emotion dynamics in the workplace and explain how these are shaped by, and in turn shape, work experiences and outcomes. The project is funded by NWO via the Vidi scheme.

Heymans' talk 2016 "Getting better with age?"

Unifocus video 2016 "Hoe ouder, hoe beter"

Universiteitskrant 2021 "Don't underestimate older employees!"

Associated postdocs and PhD students

Dr. Cornelia Wieck (2017-2019)

Dr. Susan Reh (2018-2021)

Elissa Khawli (2017-2021)

Emotional competence – Investigating the role of context

PhD project Katharina Hilger
In collaboration with Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics and Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich

The functionality of engagement with and disengagement from negative performance feedback
PhD project Felix Grundmann

A lifespan model of workplace mentoring
Phd project Friederike Doerwald

Implicit Theories about Dementia: Their Role in Affect and Behavior of Long-Term Care Staff and Their Clients with Dementia
Phd project Lena K. Kunz

PAST PROJECTS

Doing well and feeling well: The role of selection, optimization, and compensation as strategies of successful (daily) life management
Phd project Dr. Darya Moghimi (2015-2020)

Stepping into old age: A dynamic perspective on age identity change in the transition from midlife to older adulthood
Phd project Dr. Bibiana Armenta (2012-2017)

Workplace flexibility and the aging workforce: How two contemporary workplace trends shape the work/nonwork interface
Phd project Dr. Ines Spieler (2012-2016)

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