1. Internationaler Forschungstag AOW

Meldung vom Donnerstag, 12. Juli 2012

Die Freude war gross: Zum 1. Internationalen Forschungstag AOW am 10.7.2012 in Bochum konnte Herr Dormann nicht nur den renommierten Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologen Dieter Zapf (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt/M.) gewinnen, sondern auch Maureen Dollard aus Adelaide, Australien, sowie Zhaoli Song aus Singapur.
Während Herr Song zum Thema "Start-of-day Recovery, Momentary Stressor and Momentary Affect" vortrug, behandelte Frau Dollard "The origins of Work Stress".
Auch der Vortrag von Dieter Zapf zum Thema "Bullying/Mobbing at Work: Empirical Findings and Implications for Prevention and Intervention" wurde - auch in englischer Sprache - rege diskutiert. Fortsetzung folgt.

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Prof. Maureen Dollard: Biodata
Maureen Dollard is Professor of Work and Organisational Psychology and Director of the Centre for Applied Psychological Research and the Work & Stress Research Group at the University of South Australia. She has a national and international reputation in the area of occupational stress and has published 2 books and 80 book chapters and peer reviewed journal articles in the area. She has extensive experience with industry partners nationally, and has won over $2m in grants awarded by the Australian Research Council. Maureen is on the Editorial Board for the international journals Work and Stress (Taylor & Francis), Journal of Organisational Behavior, and the European Journal of Work & Organisational Psychology. She is Co-chair of the International Commission on Occupational Health Scientific Committee Work Organisation and Psychosocial Factors and is the Chair for the next conference in Adelaide in 2014. Her ground breaking research is on psychosocial safety climate for psychological health in organisations.

Zhaoli Song: Biodata
Zhaoli Song is associate professor at the National University of Singapore. He received a B.A. in Optics from Sichuan University in 1995, an M.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the Institute of Psychology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1999, a M.S. in Statistics from the University of Minnesota in 2004, and he got his PhD in Human Resources and Industrial Relations from the University of Minnesota in 2004. His research interests cover a wide area of topics including behavior genetics, job search and unemployment experience, momentary emotional experience, work-family boundary, Chinese management, and research design and methods. He has gained international reputation through developing methods and technologies for cell phone-based surveys, which he applied in several studies that were published in top-tier journal articles.

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Studied Psychology and Theology in Neuendettelsau, Erlangen, Marburg and Berlin. Diploma in Psychology 1980 at the Department of Psychology, Free University Berlin. Theological exam 1983 in Ansbach. Ph.D. 1988, Free University Berlin, Habilitation 1993 Justus-Liebig-University of Giessen. 1982-83 Research assistant in a project on Psychological stress at work. 1983-1987 Research and teaching assistant for work and organizational psychology at the Department of Psychology, Free University Berlin. 1987-1990 Research assistant in a project on human-computer interaction at the University of Munich. 1990-1991 Guest at the Department of Psychology, University of Manchester. 1991-1993 Scientific assistant, Department of Psychology, Justus-Liebig-University Giessen. 1993-1994 Visiting professor at the University of Bielefeld. 1994-1997 Professor at the University of Konstanz. Since 1997 Professor for Work and Organizational Psychology at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt.
Visiting Professor to Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK. Dieter Zapf