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Work and Organizational Psychology: Problems and Challenges in Poland and Ukraine (Polish-Ukrainian workshop (24-27, September 2009, Katowice, Poland)


Programme, Book of abstracts. Editors: Liudmila Karamushka, Barbara Koźusznik. Kyiv: Kvitka, 2009. 108 p.

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CONTENTS

WELCOME

Kożusznik, B., Karamushka, L. ..................................................................................

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WELCOME

Peiro,J.M……………………………………………………………………………...

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KEYNOTES……………………………………………………………………………..

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Sinangil, H.

Contributions of Work and Organizational Psychology for the well-being of Individuals, Organizations and Countries  ………………………………………

17

Carter, A.

EAWOP initiative to support Work and Organizational Psychology around the Baltic Sea ……………………………………………………………………….

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WORK  AND  ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY PROBLEMS  AND  CHALLENGES IN POLAND

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Adamiec, M.

Critical analysis of knowledge about people in organizations and diagnosis of  their behavior  …………………………………………………………………...

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Chrupała – Pniak, M.

Effectiveness of employee’s trainings of European Social Found projects in

Polandand organizational commitment their participants ………………………

21

Chudzicka-Czupała, A. & Grabowski, D.

The Initial Polish adaptation of the „Multidimensional Work Ethic Profile” ……

23

Diec, A.

Individual Preferences of Architectural Space and Selected Personality Factors ..

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Dobrowolska, M.

The aging man in flexible forms of employment. The case of Poland…………..

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Kożusznik, B.

Strengthening the role of work and organizational psychologists’ in the global society ……………………………………………………………………………

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Kożusznik, M.

         Master Erasmus Mundus on Work Organizational and Personnel Psychology

         as an innovative model of students’ education

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Kożusznik, B., Polak,J., Chrupała-Pniak, M., Grabowski, D., Stasiła-Sieradzka, M., Sulimowska-Formowicz, M., Pollak, A., Diec, A.

         Psychological factors of innovativeness ………………………………………..

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Łapiński, Ł.

Teams conducive to making use of competencies of freelance knowledge

workers …………………………………………………………………………

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Polak, J.

Organizational culture and innovativeness based on values ………………………

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Pollak, A.

Conscious influence regulation in project virtual teams versus their effectiveness

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Rudnicka, P.

User Experience (UX) of Corporate Websites: Usability, Marketing Strategies

and Emotional Response …………………………………………………………

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Smorczewska, B.

Goals of persons starting their professional careers versus their work adaptation

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Stanik, D.

Management by independence of employees – opportunities and threats ……….

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Stasiła- Sieradzka, M.

Organizational and social resistance to changes in an organization ………………

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Turska,E.

Work engagement among polish economic emigrants

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WORK AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES IN UKRAINE

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Bondarchuk, O.

Critical situations behavioral strategies in secondary school principals …………

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Bondarevska,  I.

Psychological peculiarities of female managers’ gender identity (by the example

of female students managers) …………………………………………………….

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Fedosova, A.

Innovative forms of Internet use in educational organizations ………………….

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Fil, A.

Distinctivepsychological features of ensuring competitiveness of bank institutions ……………………………………………………………………....

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Galagan, L.

Psychological profile of the unemployed of Enterprising dominant type ………

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Grubi, T.

Distinctive factors of burnout in Ukrainian State Tax Service employees ………

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Karamushka, L.

Personnel’s  change making motives in educational organizations ……………..

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Karamushka, L., Fil, A. &Tereshchenko, K.

Psychological aspects of characteristics of competitiveness in economics students ………………………………………………………………………….

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Karamushka, L. & Ivkin, V.

Analysis of educational organization managers’ change management-relevant characteristics ……………………………………………………………………

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Karamushka, T.

Main types and determinants of high school students’ career orientations ……..

69

Kolomiets, O.

Typological distinctions of managers in an energy supplying company as a component of their professional efficiency ……………………………………..

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Kovalchuk, O.

Effective managerial decision making as a prerequisite of educational organizations’ competitiveness ………………………………………………….

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Kozubai, N.

Job stressors in construction organizations ……………………………………..

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Kredentser, O.

Ukrainian entrepreneurs’ business-relevant psychological problems ……………

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Lagodzinska, V.

Distinctive psychological features of business negotiations done by businessmen

in commercial sphere ……………………………………………………………

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Maksymenko, S.,Karamushka, L. & Fil, A.

Development of educational organization employees’ competitiveness as

a condition of their teamwork efficiency ……………………………………….

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Mozhvilo, O.

Organizational causes of employees’ resistance to innovative changes …………

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Rudska, M.

Distinctive features of students’ perception of the image of a political organization ……………………………………………………………………..

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Sheliug, O.

Symbol drama in coaching: prevention of burnout in managers ………………..

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Tereshchenko, K.

Employees’ tolerant attitudes toethno-nationalissuesasa prerequisite fordevelopment of educational organizations ………………………………………

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Vozniuk, A.

Psychological analysis of educational organization employees’ work motivation

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WORKSHOP ORGANIZERS  

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Universityof Silesiain Katowice……………………………………………………..

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G.S. Kostiuk Institute of Psychology of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine………………………………………………………………………………..

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Ukrainian Association of Organizational and Work Psychologists …………………..

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International Association of Applied Psychology  (IAAP) …………………………...

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IAAP Division 1. Work and Organizational Psychology …………………………….

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