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Xth European Conference on Organizational Psychology and Human Service Work Work and rganizational Psychology in Human Services Organizations: different European perspectives (36 October 2007, Kyiv, Ukraine)


Conference proceedings. Editors: L. Karamushka, J.M. Peiró, W. Schaufeli. Kyiv, Naukovyi svit, 2007. 50 p.

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CONTENTS

 

WELCOME………………………………………………………………………………………

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Scientific Committee…………………………………………………………………………..

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Organizing team…………………………………………………………………………………

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Balducci, C., Alfano, V. & Fraccaroli, F.

Experience of workplace bullying and personality: MMPI-2 profile of victims

who access mental health services in Italy………………………………………………….

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Bavandpour, K., Mirbakhsh, S.K.M., Bavandpour, H. & Bavandpour, A.

The investigation of stress factors related to job finding in educated women & its relationship with their general health………………………………………………………..

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Bavandpour, K., Mirbakhsh, S.K.M., Bavandpour, H. & Bavandpour, A.

The study of Barriers in the Employment of Women in Government & Non-go-

vernmental Organizations……………………………………………………………………

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Benítez, M., Guerra, J.M., Medina, F.J., Martínez, I. & Munduate, L.

Consequencesof conflict between supervisor and subordinates on well-being in

tourism organizations………………………………………………………………………

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Bensing, J. M.

Pressure on the medicalconsultation: The influence of work-related stressors on

communication between health professional and patient…………………………………….

12

Berdnikova, E.

Project team members’perception of project leaders’ role in project management

Process………………………………………………………………………………………

13

Bondarchuk, O.

Motivation of personal development in secondary school principals as a factor of psychological well-being of educational organization employees…………………………..

14

Brandro, C. & Jordro, F.

The individual performance of Portuguese public sector top level managers,

considered motives and consequences……………………………………………………….

15

Castanheira, F. & Chambel, M.

Promoting reciprocity and reducing burnout in call centers: The role of Human

Resources Management practices……………………………………………………………

16

De Prins, P., Adriaenssens, L. & Vloeberghs, D.

Work experience, work stress and HRM at the university………………………………….

17

Dettmers, J. & Bamberg, E.

Boundary Spanning as a Source of Innovation Ideas. The Job Comprehension of

Frontline Employees………………………………………………………………………..

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Fil, A.

The role of emotional support of team members as a prerequisite of effective

team work…………………………………………………………………………………..

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Fil, A. & Tereshchenko, K.

Development of psychological characteristics in economics students as prerequisite

to stress prevention in their future professional activity……………………………………

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Fourmanov, I. & Gulis, I.

Victimisation inWorkplace Relations……………………………………………………..

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Ivkin, V.

Factors that hamper effective changes in educational organizations……………………….

22

Javadian, S.M.F. & Zohreh, D.

The Study of KermanshahUniversityof Medical Sciences (KUMS) Staff's Views

towards Automation and its relationship with their Job Satisfaction and Health……………

23

Johansson, G. & Kylin, C.

Conflict vs. Facilitationin the Work/non-work interface. A Study of Health and

Wellbeing in Flexible Work Arrangements………………………………………………..

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Jordro, F.

The organizational change of a Social Security Centre of Occupational Activities:

An action-research project………………………………………………………………….

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Karamushka, L.

Prevalence of organization-centered motives over employee-centered motives in educational organization change process as stress factor……………………………………

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Karamushka, L. & Pankovets, V.

Determinants of professional stress in education managers………………………………..

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Kononets, M.& Vynoslavska, O.

Transformation of Moral Consciousness Level of Future Business Professionals

under Transition Economics in Ukraine……………………………………………………

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Kredentser, O.

Prevention of stressful situations in entrepreneurs…………………………………………

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McCarthy, E. & Clifford, I.

The Relationship between Organizational Culture, Stress and Change: A Model

of the Promotion of Health and Well-being in Hospital Staff……………………………..

30

Melzer, M.

Task design and mental strain in interactive jobs of retail sales……………………………

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Mirbakhsh, S. K.M., Bavandpour, K., Bavandpour, H. & Bavandpour, A.

Does employee's job satisfaction lead to organizational creativity and

productivity and even innovation? …………………………………………………………

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Naring, G., Yntema, I. & Brouwers, A.

Emotional Labor and Emotional Exhaustion: The Role of Personality……………………..

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Neves, L. & Jordro, F.

The human resources management education role in development of knowledge

structures about management: Studies of cognitive mapping……………………………….

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Nevzorova, O.

Development of customer-centeredness in organization employees as a determinant of customers’ positive emotional state………………………………………………………..

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Pekkarinen, L., Elovainio, M., Sinervo, T. & Heponiemi, T.

Work Stressors and Patient-Related Stress among Male and Female Physicians……………

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Proost, K. & De Witte, K.

Work-Family Conflict Among Medical Doctors: The Combined Influence

of the Job-Demand-Control Model and the Implementation of a Clinical Pathway……….

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Quijano, S.D.

The structure of the construct “people results” according to the EFQM model

in the Health Care Sector of some European Countries: a cross cultural study……………

 

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Roberto, M. S.  & Silva, S.

Blood-borne pathogens: which factors promote healthcare workers compliance to

          standard precautions? ………………………………………………………………………

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Rodriguez, I., Peiró, J. M. & González, G.

Stress as threatvs opportunity, and use of reactive vs proactive coping…………………..

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Schaufeli, W.

Burnout and Patient Demands: A Ten Year Follow-up Study among General

Practitioners…………………………………………………………………………………

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Schmidt-Brasse, U.

A Special Caseof Team Development in a Sales Department – a Practitioner´s

Report……………………………………………………………………………………….

42

Serrano, M. A., Luis, M.A. & Salvador, A.

Subjective experience, heart rate and cortisol during a working day: contributions

of demands and control………………………………………………………………………

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Silva, S.

Perceptions of organizational safety practices, people involvement in safety

and workers safety beliefs and behavior…………………………………………………...

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Sinervo, T., Elovainio, M., Heponiemi, T. & Pekkarinen, L.

Working hours, Dejouring, Organizational justice and Health in physicians………………

45

Tiernan, J. & Doddy, J.

Motivational Climate and Culture Change in a Semi-state Organisation: A Case of

Embedding Values………………………………………………………………………….

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Tkalych, M.

Peculiarities of managers’ professional self-actualization of business organizations………

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Vlerick, P.

Matching job demands, job resources, and beginning teachers’ cognitive

well-being…………………………………………………………………………………….

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Yanchuk, V.

Psychological preconditions of expatriate and native managers’ misunderstanding

in cross-cultural interaction………………………………………………………………….

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Yepes, M., Berger, R., Quijano, S. & Gomes, A.

Leadership and Management Dimensional Structure in Spainand in Portugal……………

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