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Social justice, leadership, and multi-cultural competency amongst applied psychology trainees
Book Chapter
Ward, T. (2018). Social justice, leadership, and multi-cultural competency amongst applied psychology trainees. In M. McIntosh, H. C. Nicholas, & A. Huq (Eds.), Leadership and Diversity in Psychology: Moving beyond the limits. London: Taylor and Francis

This article discusses the notion that it is important for applied psychology trainees to have a deep awareness and knowledge about their own and other peoples’ cultures. It is argued that this is essential not only in terms of their competence in w... Read More about Social justice, leadership, and multi-cultural competency amongst applied psychology trainees.

Assertiveness and concern as predictors of shared mental models and team performance
Presentation / Conference
Bell, S. T., Marentette, B., Adair, C., Fisher, D., & Arman, G. Assertiveness and concern as predictors of shared mental models and team performance. Poster presented at 25th Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, D.C., USA

The impact of team-level assertiveness and concern on team performance was examined in a lab study where the participants were asked to play a virtual game as a group.

Perception of abusive supervision and helping the victim: Effects of observers’ gender and cultural orientations
Presentation / Conference
Arman, G., Hofmann, L., & Towler, A. Perception of abusive supervision and helping the victim: Effects of observers’ gender and cultural orientations. Presented at 13th Conference of European Academy of Management, Istanbul, Turkey

Effects of observers’ gender and cultural orientations on their perception of the abusive supervision situation were examined based on the premises of Bystander Phenomenon.

Cross-cultural differences in perception of time: Implications for multinational teams
Presentation / Conference
Adair, C., & Arman, G. Cross-cultural differences in perception of time: Implications for multinational teams. Poster presented at 27th Annual Conference of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Diego, CA, USA

The potential impact of cross-cultural differences on functioning of multinational teams were explored via a conceptual approach.

Team-level personality and its relationship with team processes
Presentation / Conference
Adair, C., Arman, G., Quesnell, T., Marentette, B., Fisher, D., Mann, K., & Bell, S. Team-level personality and its relationship with team processes. Poster presented at 27th Annual Conference of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Diego, CA, USA

The impact of team-level personality on team processes was examined in an experimental study.

How charismatic trainers inspire others to learn through positive affectivity
Presentation / Conference
Arman, G., Quesnell, T., Hofmann, L., & Towler, A. How charismatic trainers inspire others to learn through positive affectivity. Poster presented at 27th Annual Conference of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Diego, CA, USA

In an experimental context, participants received a training delivered by either a charismatic or non-charismatic trainer. Results revealed that the charismatic trainer condition led to better learning outcomes via its impact on positive affectivity... Read More about How charismatic trainers inspire others to learn through positive affectivity.

Neuroplasticity and learning
Presentation / Conference
Christopher, G. Neuroplasticity and learning. Presented at Aspiring Top Leaders, Bristol, UK

Invited talk

Perception of abusive supervision: Effects of observer’s sex
Presentation / Conference
Arman, G., & Hofmann, L. Perception of abusive supervision: Effects of observer’s sex. Poster presented at 32nd Industrial - Organizational Psychology & Organizational Behavior Conference, San Diego, CA, USA

The study examined observers' perception of abusive supervision based on different supervisor-subordinate ddyads such as male-female or male-male.

The role of developmental/relational trauma in therapists' motivation to pursue a psychotherapeutic career: A grounded theory exploration
Thesis
Davies, J. M. M. (2018). The role of developmental/relational trauma in therapists' motivation to pursue a psychotherapeutic career: A grounded theory exploration. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/869840

Background: Psychotherapy research has consistently established a link between developmental/relational trauma and the motivation to pursue a psychotherapeutic career. Understanding why this relationship exists is important given the recognised adv... Read More about The role of developmental/relational trauma in therapists' motivation to pursue a psychotherapeutic career: A grounded theory exploration.