Occupational / Workplace Psychology

Willingness to Report Workplace Bullying

Zulekha Noor-Favors - University of East London, UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Mar
20
2017

The purpose of this study is to find out whether there are certain factors/contexts that promote versus prevent unwanted aggression or manipulation in the work environment. Furthermore, this research will examine colleagues’ hypothetical experience with aggression/manipulation, concentrating on certain factors related to individual’s willingness to assist/intervene when a co-worker is experiencing aggression/manipulation (e.g., fear of venge ance, li king/disliking the target or perpetrator). You will be asked to read eight short descriptions of problems at work and respond by indicating how willing you would be to report these to either a managers or human resources teams. You will also be asked some questions about how you see yourself, for example, how confident you are, and whether you perceive your workplace to be supportive.

Work-Family Boundaries

Kristen Shockley - University of Georgia, USA.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Mar
2
2017

tudy focuses on people’s attitudes and strategies in managing work and family roles. In order to be eligible you must work at least 20 hours per week and be married and/or have at least one child living with you.

Perceptions of Self and Expectations of Retirement

Melika Carlson and Anna Hoffmann - University of Exeter, UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Jan
25
2017

The present study is interested in people’s feelings and expectations of retirement. Our overall aim is to better understand what factors influence how people approach this important life transition.

Occupational Stress and Gambling

Ahmed Al-kharusi - Birkbeck, University of London, UK.

Time to complete - 5 minutes.
Aug
2
2016

The purpose of this study is to understand the relationship between experienced stress related to work and its association with online gambling behaviors.

Effects of Organisational Change on Employee Engagement and Performance

Ozlem Peevey - University of Liverpool, UK.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Aug
1
2016

Implementation and the role that employees play are critical for the success of the organisational change initiatives. With this study, we aim to collect information about employees’ perceptions of an undergoing change to explore how it affects employees, in particular, their engagement and performance at work.

Who can take part? Any working adult who • Has been experiencing a major organisational change in last 6 to 12 months • Has been with the current company for at least 12 months • Is not a top-level executive who has initiated the change • Is proficient in English,

The Role of Personality on Work-related Behaviours

Neusha Pirouzi - University of Nottingham, UK.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Jul
21
2016

This project will aim to expand on existing knowledge by looking at the extent to which specific aspects of personality variables influence an employees ability to adapt aspects of their work, in order to meet their personal needs, goals and aspirations.

Please take part if you are aged 18-65 and currently in employment (Full-time, Part-Time or Self-Employed).

The Relationship between Job Demands, Job Resources, and Overall Health Satisfaction

Katelyn Kasmier - The College of Saint Rose, USA.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Jul
6
2016

The purpose of the current study is to investigate the association between job demands and job resources and how these variables predict health levels. For this study, the predictor variables are job demands and job resources. The response variable is health satisfaction.

Understanding why Employees Engage in Health lnitiatives development of a Workplace Health Climate Perception Tool

Brianna Cregam - Saint Mary's University, UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Jun
1
2016

This study aims to further understand why employees choose to engage in workplace health programs. Factors of interest include individual characteristics like preferred health activities and also organizational climate. This is will be used to develop an assessment tool.
Eligibility criteria: 18 + and holding part time or full time em ployment

Defining and Measuring Spiritual Power

Seka Ojdrovic-Phillips - Adler University, Canada.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
May
24
2016

This study aims to define and measure spiritual power. This concept is composed of three parts: spiritual awareness, higher purpose and acting in sync with higher purpose. It is proposed that individuals with spiritual power have greater access to energy, influence and resources to advance personal missions.

Gender Stereotypes of Emotional Regulation and Leadership

Claire Murray - University of Limerick, Ireland.

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
Apr
9
2016

I’m completing my thesis on gender leadership stereotypes and emotional regulation and have a short study that I’m hoping you can help me with. I’m looking at both implicit and explicit stereotypes and am using an IAT as well as some questionnaires.

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