Elgar Encyclopedia of Organizational Psychology

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Elgar Encyclopedia of Organizational Psychology

9781803921754 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by P. Matthijs Bal, Professor of Responsible Management, Lincoln International Business School, University of Lincoln, UK
Publication Date: July 2024 ISBN: 978 1 80392 175 4 Extent: 782 pp
In this comprehensive Encyclopedia, Matthijs Bal brings together over 190 international experts to present fresh perspectives on key concepts, theories and research in organizational psychology. Entries cover central topics in the field, such as performance and work family balance, as well as upcoming and underrepresented areas such as decolonization, authenticity and playful work.

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In this comprehensive Encyclopedia, Matthijs Bal brings together over 190 international experts to present fresh perspectives on key concepts, theories and research in organizational psychology. Entries cover central topics in the field, such as performance and work family balance, as well as upcoming and underrepresented areas such as decolonization, authenticity and playful work.

The Elgar Encyclopedia of Organizational Psychology is designed to be an interesting read. Established topics within the field, such as leadership and performance, are viewed through an engaging and sometimes critical lens, incorporating perspectives from non-Western contexts and the rejection of hegemonic and ideological tendencies within organizational psychology. Encompassing 144 entries, the Encyclopedia also includes entries on emerging topics such as ideology, psychoanalytic critique of capitalism, and critical work and organizational psychology. Promoting equality, dignity and emancipation, authors argue for a more global point of view that strives for a better world rather than solely better-performing organizations.

This engaging and accessible Encyclopedia is an indispensable resource for any student, academic, practitioner, or policymaker looking to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of organizational psychology, studies, and behavior. It is similarly useful for scholars of occupational, economic, and social psychology.
Contributors
Contributors include: Ruth Abrams, Safâa Achnak, Ali Afsharian, Muhammad Naseer Akhtar, Roxana Alhnaity, Cristina Alvarado, Rajiv K. Amarnani, Kostas Amiridis, Doyin Atewologun, P. Matthijs Bal, Helen Baron, Michael Barry, Yehuda Baruch, Nicolas Bastardoz, Sandiso Bazana, Angelo Benozzo, Mindy Bergman, Renzo Bianchi, Brita Bjørkelo, Martin Blom, Rob Blomme, Jairo Eduardo Borges-Andrade, Dounia Bourabain, Andy Brookes, Prisca Brosi, Annabel Buiter, Nathalie Burnay, Nick Butler, Gaëtane Caesens, Anna Clark, Chiara Corvino, Ana Cristina Costa David Cross, Parisa Dashtipour, Premilla D''Cruz, Giverny De Boeck, Rein De Cooman, Nele De Cuyper, Sara De Gieter, Jeroen de Jong, Jonas De Kerf, Irene de Pater, Renee de Reuver, Melanie de Ruiter, Hans De Witte, Nicholous M. Deal, Johanna L. Degen, Nathalie Delobbe, Josje Dikkers, Edina Dóci, Valentina Dolce, Maureen Dollard, Constanze Eib, Katja Einola, Patricia Elgoibar, Martin Euwema, Marc Faget, Luke Fletcher, Bram P.I. Fleuren, Anneleen Forrier, Ariane Froidevaux, Liliane Furtado, Laura Galuppo, Lucia Garcia-Lorenzo, Nathan Gerard, Julien-François Gerber, Fabiola H. Gerpott, Chiara Ghislieri, Motahareh Ghoreishi, Mara Gorli, Baylor A. Graham, Megan E. Graham, Mark D. Griffiths, David Guest, Dieu Hack-Polay, Kennedy Hart,Miki Hebl, Casper Hoedemaekers, Joeri Hofmans, Thomas Höge, Djurre Holtrop, Beth Hopkins, Severin Hornung, Emika Howard, Miaojia Huang, Gazi Islam, Michal Izak, Suzanne Janssen, Abdul Karim Khan, Kudrat Khuda, Petra Kipfelsberger, Lisa Kirr, Maria Kordowicz, Franziska J. Kößler, Johannes Kraak, Thomas Kühn, Bettina Lampert, Ines Langemeyer, Theresa Leyens, Mah Young Loh, Xander Lub, Aleksandra Luksyte, Donald R. Lynam, Evgenia I. Lysova, Molefe Jonathan, Ambreen Malik, Drew B. Mallory, Jonas Masdonati, Koorosh Massoudi, Cynthia Mathieu, Matthew McDonald, Chloe Mckew, John Mendy, Joshua D. Miller, Laura Mitchell, Stefan T. Mol, Monica Molino, Ariadna Monje Amor, Alexandre J.S. Morin, Jeffrey Muldoon, Rowan O.A. Munson, José Navarro, Mvikeli Ncube, Lan Thi Nguyen, Sanne Nijs, Ernesto Noronha, Peter O''Connor, Sandra Ohly, Anja H. Olafsen, Janneke Oostrom, Mehmet A. Orhan, Ellen Peeters, Pascale Peters, Rachael Potter, Ajnesh Prasad, Federica Previtali, Tahira M. Probst, Cristina Quinones, Samina Quratulain, Mike Reed, Joanna Ritz, Leigha Rose, Denise M. Rousseau, Maria Rouziou, Sascha A. Ruhle, Zoe Sanderson, Mahima Saxena, Vera M. Schweitzer, Rosalind H. Searle, Mihwa Seong, Christian Seubert, Lisa Seubert, Amanda Shantz, Radha R. Sharma, Brinkley M. Sharpe, Robert R. Sinclair, Jasmine R. Singh, Kathleen L. Slaney, Filipe Sobral, Leanne S. Son Hing, Sverre Spoelstra, Jade Stalker, Dillon Stewart, Florence Stinglhamber, Jeroen Stouten, Karoline Strauss, Charles L. Tchagneno, Neil Thin, Anjali Tiwari, Le Yi Toh, Francesco Tommasi, Maria-José Tonelli, Christine Unterrainer, Tina Uys, Anna van der Velde, Hans van Dijk, Yvonne van Rossenberg, Gemma van Ruitenbeek, Luca P. Vecchio, Lorenz Verelst, Wouter Vleugels, Peter Watt, Wolfgang G. Fredrik Weibull, Adrian Wilkinson, Sally J. Xie, Hèla Yousfi, Amy Zadow, Michal Zawadzki, Fred Zijlstra


Contents
Contents
List of contributors x
Preface xiv
Absence 1
Sacha A. Ruhle and Renee de Reuver
Absurdity 6
John Mendy
Ageism 12
Federica Previtali
Aging 15
Nathalie Burnay
Assessment center 19
Janneke K. Oostrom and Djurre
Holtrop
Attitudes 22
Matthew McDonald and Matthijs Bal
Authenticity 26
Katja Einola
Biography and life course 31
Thomas Kühn
Boredom 38
Peter Watt and Fredrik Weibull
Bullying 45
Premilla D’Cruz and Ernesto
Noronha
Burnout 52
Renzo Bianchi
Calling 57
Evgenia I. Lysova
Capitalism 61
Nathan Gerard
Career agency 63
Nele De Cuyper and Anneleen
Forrier
Career guidance 68
Koorosh Massoudi and Jonas
Masdonati
Careers 72
Yehuda Baruch
Commitment 78
Yvonne G.T. van Rossenberg,
Annabel Buiter and David Cross
Compassion 85
Premilla D’Cruz and Ernesto
Noronha
Conflict 91
Martin Euwema, Patricia
Elgoibar and Cristina Alvarado
Coping 97
Lisa Kirr
Critical work and organizational
psychology 100
Zoe Sanderson
Cultural skills 106
Anna Clark and Mahima Saxena
Culture 110
Mara Gorli and Luca P. Vecchio
Curiosity 116
Vera M. Schweitzer and
Fabiola H. Gerpott
Customer mistreatment 121
Rajiv K. Amarnani and Miaojia
Huang
Dark Triad 128
Leigha Rose, Brinkley M.
Sharpe, Donald R. Lynam and
Joshua D. Miller
Decent work 131
Christian Seubert
Decolonial psychology 137
Mvikeli Ncube
Destructive leadership 141
Chiara Ghislieri
Detached concern 145
Bettina Lampert and Severin Hornung
Diary study 151
Sandra Ohly
Dignity 153
Anjali Tiwari and Radha R. Sharma
Disability 156
Fred Zijlstra and Gemma van
Ruitenbeek
Discrimination 163
Kennedy Hart, Dillon Stewart
and Mikki Hebl
Diversity, equality, and inclusion 170
Luke Fletcher
Diversity management 176
Johanna L. Degen
EAWOP 179
Helen Baron
Economic stress 184
Robert R. Sinclair, Baylor A.
Graham and Tahira M. Probst
Emotion 189
Peter J. O’Connor
Employability 195
Bram P. I. Fleuren
Employee turnover 202
Cynthia Mathieu
Empowerment 209
Ariadna Monje Amor
Engagement 212
David E. Guest
Envy 218
Samina Quratulain and Abdul
Karim Khan
Erich Fromm 223
Thomas Kühn
Evaluation 229
Chiara Corvino
Evidence-based management 236
Severin Hornung
Fairness 243
Constanze Eib
Fantasy 249
Ruth Abrams
Flexibility 252
Michal Izak
Flow 257
Jonas De Kerf, Rein De
Cooman and Sara De Gieter
Followership 263
Anna van der Velde and Fabiola
H. Gerpott
Future of Work and
Organizational Psychology (FoWOP) 267
Yvonne G.T. van Rossenberg
and Zoe Sanderson
Future work selves 272
Karoline Strauss
Gender in the workplace 275
Leanne S. Son Hing, Sally Xie
and Jasmine Singh
Generations 282
Human relations 289
Jeffrey Muldoon and Nicholous
M. Deal
Identity 294
Sandiso Bazana
Ideology 301
Matthijs Bal and Roxana Alhnaity
Idiosyncratic deals 306
Severin Hornung and Thomas Höge
Incivility 313
Irene E. De Pater and Le Yi Toh
Inequality 319
John Mendy
Information and communication
technologies 324
Monica Molino
Intersectionality 327
Doyin Atewologun
Job characteristics 331
Franziska J. Kößler and
Johanna L. Degen
Job crafting 336
Lorenz Verelst
Job insecurity 343
Job satisfaction 349
Molefe Jonathan Maleka
Job seekers 354
Ruth Abrams
Lacan 358
Casper Hoedemaekers
Leaderism 361
Mike Reed
Leadership 367
Nicolas Bastardoz
Lillian Gilbreth 371
Giverny De Boeck
Literary text 375
Francesco Tommasi
LMX 379
Filipe Sobral and Liliane Furtado
Meaningful work 384
Petra Kipfelsberger and
Amanda Shantz
Mentoring 390
Suzanne Janssen
Mindfulness 394
Ines Langemeyer
Model minority 399
Ajnesh Prasad
Motivation 402
José Navarro
Neoliberalism 406
Thomas Höge and Severin Hornung
Ontology, epistemology and
methodology 412
Yvonne G.T. van Rossenberg,
Zoe Sanderson, Safâa Achnak,
Andy Brookes, Edina Doci,
Motahareh Ghoreishi, Dieu
Hack-Polay, Chris Hartgerink,
Beth Hopkins, Severin
Hornung, Kudrat Khuda,
Xander Lub, Chloe McKew,
John Mendy and Sanne Nijs
Organizational change 420
Jeroen Stouten and Denise M.
Rousseau
Organizational citizenship behavior 425
Matthijs Bal and Roxana Alhnaity
Organizational dehumanization 431
Florence Stinglhamber and
Gaëtane Caesens
Organizational democracy 437
Christine Unterrainer,
Wolfgang G. Weber and
Thomas Höge
Organizational psychology in Africa 444
Charles L. Tchagneno
Organizational psychology in Asia 448
Ambreen Malik and Muhammad
Naseer Akhtar
Organizational psychology in
Latin America 452
Jairo Eduardo Borges-Andrade
Organizational psychology in
South America 455
Maria-José Tonelli
Organizational psychology in
the Middle East 459
Roxana Alhnaity
Overqualification 464
Aleksandra Luksyte and Emika
Howard
Participatory Action Research 471
Drew B. Mallory
Pay inequality 478
Maria Rouziou
Perceived organizational support 482
Gaëtane Caesens and Florence
Stinglhamber
Performance 488
Gazi Islam
Person-centered approach 491
Joeri Hofmans and Alexandre
J.S. Morin
Person–environment fit 494
Wouter Vleugels
Person–environment misfit 501
Wouter Vleugels
Personal authenticity 508
Neil Thin
Personality 515
Theresa Leyens, Joanna Ritz
and Joeri Hofmans
Scientific Management 521
Peter Watt and Kostas Amiridis
Playful work 527
Nick Butler and Sverre Spoelstra
Positive organizational behavior 531
Matthew McDonald and Lan
Thi Nguyen
Positivism 535
Megan E. Graham and Kathleen
L. Slaney
Postcolonialism 541
Hèla Yousfi
Precarious work 546
Lisa Seubert
Presenteeism 551
Fabiola H. Gerpott and Prisca Brosi
Psychoanalysis 554
Parisa Dashtipour
Psychoanalytic critique of capitalism 560
Julien-François Gerber
Psychological capital 566
Edina Dóci
Psychological contracts 572
Jeroen de Jong
Qualitative research 577
Laura Galuppo and Angelo Benozzo
Racism 583
Dounia Bourabain
Recognition 588
Michal Zawadzki and Laura Mitchell
Recovery 594
Valentina Dolce
Recruitment 598
Fredrik Weibull
Remote working 605
Mehmet A. Orhan
Resilience 612
Rowan O.A. Munson and Maria
Kordowicz
Resistance 618
Jade Stalker
Retirement 623
Ariane Froidevaux
Safety 630
Johannes Kraak and Marc Faget
Sampling 634
Mindy Bergman
Personnel selection 639
Stefan T. Mol
Self-determination theory 644
Anja H. Olafsen
Sexual harassment 651
Mihwa Seong and Amanda Shantz
Socialization 655
Nathalie Delobbe
Stereotypes 661
Hans van Dijk
Stigma 666
Lisa Kirr
Stress 670
May Young Loh, Rachael
Potter, Ali Afsharian, Amy
Zadow and Maureen Dollard
Sustainability 677
Andy Brookes
Sustainable careers 682
Ellen Peeters
Taylorism 687
Jeffrey Muldoon and Nicholous
M. Deal
Teams 692
Ana Cristina Costa
Technology and Industry 4.0 700
Monica Molino
Transformational leadership 704
Martin Blom
Trust 707
Rosalind H. Searle
Unemployment 713
Lucia Garcia-Lorenzo
Values 716
Rein De Cooman
Voice 722
Adrian Wilkinson and Michael Barry
Wellbeing 725
Lan Thi Nguyen and Matthew
McDonald
Whistleblowing at work 729
Premilla D’Cruz, Brita
Bjørkelo and Tina Uys
Work–family balance 734
Josje Dikkers
Workaholism 740
Cristina Quinones and Mark D.
Griffiths
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