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The Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology publishes a study of job insecurity in dual-earner couples by Maike E. Debus and Dana Unger.   Read more 



We are happy to welcome Emanuela Guri Medici as PhD student at our chair. She will be working in room K 504. Read more 


Article in Wirtschaftspsychologie aktuell

Dana Unger has published in the latest issue of Wirtschaftspsychologie aktuell an article on the interface of the work domain and the relationship with one's partner Read more 


HR-Barometer 2016

The HR-Barometer 2016 has been published. This edition’s main topic is „loyalty and cynicism“. For more information please go to   Read more 



The chair warmly welcomes Julian Pfrombeck who joins the team as PhD student. His work place is in room K 508. Read more 

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Research Highlights


Doctoral examinations

We congratulate Wiebke Doden and Denniz Dönmez on their successfully passed doctoral examination: On March 22 Wiebke defended her dissertation "Employment Relations through the Lens of the changing Nature of Careers-Challenges in the Area of social Exchange, Job insecurity and Job changes", and on March 29, Denniz defended his dissertation on "Balancing Stability and Flexibility to Manage Uncertainty. A Study of Agile Software Development Teams".  


Small Group Meeting in Zurich

On February 12. & 13, Prof. Grote (ETH) and Prof. José Cortina (George Mason University) conducted the first Small Group Meeting of the Alliance for Organizational Psychology on "Fostering Ethical, Rigorous and Relevant Resarch: The Contribution of Work and Organizational Psychology" in Zurich.


SNF Grant

Dr. Layne Paddock received a SNF grant for her project "Navigating Work and Family Roles: The Dynamic Relationship Between Identities and Social Networks" starting February 1st 2016 and running for 24 months.


Paper Award 2015

Nominated for the Human Relations Paper Award 2015: Unger, D., Sonnentag, S., Niessen, C., & Kuonath, A. (2015). The longer your work hours, the worse your relationship? The role of selective optimization with compensation (SOC) in the associations of working time with relationship satisfaction and self-disclosure in dual-career couples. Human Relations, 68, 1889–1912.   Read more 

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