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How to find us prof. dr. S. (Susanne) Scheibe

prof. dr. S. (Susanne) Scheibe

Professor (adjunct) of Lifespan Development and Organizational Behavior / Department Chair

Research interests

Aging in the work context, well-being, emotional development across adulthood, emotion regulation, empathy

Publications

Employee age moderates within-person associations of daily negative work events with emotion regulation, attention, and well-being

Experience, vulnerability, or overload? Emotional job demands as moderator in trajectories of emotional well-being and job satisfaction across the working lifespan

A lifespan perspective on emotion regulation, stress, and well-being in the workplace

Emotional aging: Recent findings and future trends

Age and context effects in daily emotion regulation and well-being at work

Age and Emotions in Organizations: Main, Moderating, and Context-Specific Effects

Age and Emotions in Organizations

Development and validation of film stimuli to assess empathy in the work context

Empathy at work: The role of age and emotional job demands

Face masks reduce emotion-recognition accuracy and perceived closeness

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Press/media

Can Older And Younger Colleagues Work Really Together Effectively?

Work challenges in times of Covid-19: Older workers need support, younger workers too

"Der Mensch ist ein Gesichterleser"

Study and relax in the same room without going stir-crazy

Groningers wennen aan ‘nieuwe normaal’ en hebben vertrouwen in zorg

Inwoners noorden en oosten beginnen te wennen aan ‘nieuwe normaal’

Friezen hebben het zwaar in coronacrisis, maar zetten door tot vaccin er is

Wohlbefinden Älterwerden: Den Jahren mehr Leben schenken

How to reap the benefits of flexible work time arrangements

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