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News Social and Behavioral Sciences
Extroverted and conscientious employees most 'burdened' by working from home12th October 2021
Prolonged working from home during the corona pandemic has led to less productivity and less happiness at work among employees who score high on the personality traits extroversion and conscientiousness. People who scored low on these characteristics actually improved their work performance over the same period.
50 years of psychology: life lessons for primates by Frans de Waal03rd October 2021
Psychology in Tilburg exists 50 years. To celebrate, we invited the world-famous primatologist and psychology professor Frans de Waal to give a lecture in a sold-out music stage 013. He showed us that indeed, we are all primates. And that perhaps the greatest challenge for psychologists is studying one's own species objectively.
Extroverted and conscientious employees most 'burdened' by working from home21st September 2021
Researchers from Tilburg University and Eindhoven University are examining the longitudinal relationship between personality and job outcomes related to performance and worker well-being. The project was funded by HSRI Cross-cutting themes Seed Funding and the research team just published their study at the Social Psychological and Personality Science journal.
Institutes/Academic Collaborative Centers Tranzo
10:00 - 12:00
PhD Defense L.E. Kunst MSc
Taking charge: The role of autonomy in anxiety and effectiveness of autonomy enhancing treatment
16:15 - 17:15
Valedictory address Prof. V.J.M. Pop
Title: Observational Perinatal Research: le principe des cycles intégraux du triple V
09:00 - 17:00
Winterschool: 5 day course on Intensive Longitudinal Methods
Intensive longitudinal methods, often called experience sampling, daily diary, or ecological momentary assessment methods, allow researchers to study people's thoughts, emotions, and behaviors in their natural contexts.