Call for price(s):
This year on the 18th of November the WAOP conference will take place in Tilburg. During this conference the WAOP will again award a prize for best dissertation!
Work- and organizational psychologists who have obtained their doctoral degree between May 2020 and May 2022 can nominate themselves by sending an e-mail to email@example.com, providing an explanation for participation and elaborating on why the thesis stands out. The submitted theses will be assessed by the dissertation committee, which includes members from different universities.
Signing up is possible until the 15th of July. After registration, further instructions will be given with regard to submitting the thesis.
We kindly request you to bring this call to the attention of colleagues and/or recently promoted work- and organizational psychologists. Thank you very much in advance!
Best Paper Award
1st place: Lianne Aarntzen, Belle Derks, Elianne van Steenbergen, Michelle Ryan, Tanja van der Lippe
Titel: Work-Family Guilt as a Straightjacket: An Interview and Diary Study on Consequences of Mothers’ Work-Family Guilt.
Jonas Dora, Madelon van Hooff, Sabine Geurts, Michiel Kompier, Erik Bijleveld
Titel: The effect of opportunity costs on mental fatigue in labor/leisure tradeoffs.
Marijntje Zeijen, Paraskevas Petrou & Arnold. B. Bakker
Titel: When Asking for Help is Helpful: A Dyadic Study on the Episodic Effects of Social Support
Best Dissertation Award
1st place: Keri Pekaar
Titel: Self- and Other- focused Emotional Intelligence
2nd place: Dirk Pelt
Titel: Social Desirability in Self-report Personal Questionnaires for Personnel Selection: Friend or Foe?