psychology

https://pollackpeacebuilding.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/pexels-jopwell-2422278-1280x640.jpg

Summary of: Ordabayeva, N., Lisjak, M., & Jones, A. C. (2022). How social perceptions influence consumption for self, for others, and within the broader system. Current Opinion in Psychology, 43, 30-35. https://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S2352250X21000786 Background & Theory This article focuses on organizing a framework for understanding the ins and outs of how social perceptions influence us at...

https://pollackpeacebuilding.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/priscilla-du-preez-XkKCui44iM0-unsplash-2-scaled-1-1280x640.jpg

Summary of: Holland, E., (2016). “5 Key Factors to Finding Job Satisfaction” The Chopra Center. Background & Theory: Job satisfaction significantly influences employees and organizations alike, leading to varying levels of productivity, morale, loyalty, performance, and stress depending on the level of satisfaction. Job satisfaction in everyday life is dependent on a variety of factors,...

https://pollackpeacebuilding.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/selective-focus-photo-of-man-in-official-shirt-sitting-in-2451645-scaled-1.jpg

Summary of: Chenji, K. and Sode, R., “Workplace ostracism and employee creativity: Role of defensive silence and psychological empowerment” (2019). Industrial and Commercial Training. 360-370. Background & Theory: Past studies have indicated that workplace ostracism suppresses self-efficacy and curtails social interactions. In response to being ostracized, employees sometimes cope with their situation by using defensive...

https://pollackpeacebuilding.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/photography-of-women-talking-to-each-other-1181717-scaled-1-1280x640.jpg

Do you ever feel like some (or maybe all) of your coworkers could use a session on a therapist’s couch for how they act in the workplace? Well, workplace therapy really does exist. Esther Perel is a famed psychotherapist, and creator of two podcasts, who is involved in the realm of workplace conflict. “Where Should...

https://pollackpeacebuilding.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/qtq80-JLQTIF-1280x640.jpeg

Summary of: Friend, W. & Malhotra, D. (2019). Psychological barriers to resolving intergroup conflict: An extensive review and consolidation of the literature. Negotiation Journal (Harvard Law School). 407-442. Background & Theory: Conflict within groups can come from a plethora of sources and can often be devastating to work environments. Often, intergroup conflict can stem from...

https://pollackpeacebuilding.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/qtq80-QdDCnG-1254x640.jpeg

Summary of: Stainback, K., Jason, K., & Walter, C. (2019). Organizational context and the well-being of black workers: Does racial composition affect psychological stress? Race, Identity and Work. 137-164. Background & Theory: Past research on workplace inequality has primarily focused on outcomes like segregation, wages, and access to authority. However, this research has largely ignored...

https://pollackpeacebuilding.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/damien-checoury-252383.jpg

Most individuals and groups who appear stuck in long-standing conflicts define themselves, at least in part, as “the ones who must fight.” Whether they see themselves as victims, dominants, or simply as having to struggle to survive or thrive; whether this struggle is with another party or simply within themselves (the individual’s life or among...

https://pollackpeacebuilding.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/qtq80-9eR6Es-1280x640.jpeg

Understanding Conflict & Cooperation To understand conflict, we actually have to understand cooperation because they are both two sides of the same coin. In other words, if we’re not in one state, we’re in the other. At all times, we are internally either in conflict or cooperation with ourselves; similarly, we are at all times...

https://pollackpeacebuilding.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/white-logo-2.png

Visit us on social networks:

https://pollackpeacebuilding.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Pollack_logo-white-orange.png

Visit us on social networks:

Contact us anytime

3104 E Camelback Rd. #2099 Phoenix, AZ 85016

More about Pollack Peacebuilding

Copyright © 2021 Pollack Peacebuilding Systems