Social psychology, Organizational culture, Perception, Personality and Career development are her primary areas of study. Her studies link Human resource management with Social psychology. Her Organizational culture study deals with Organizational commitment intersecting with Organizational learning, Person–environment fit, Organisation climate, Socialization and Affective events theory.
Her work in the fields of Social perception overlaps with other areas such as Information exchange. Her Career development research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Quality, Social relation and Identity. Her work on Career counseling as part of general Pedagogy research is frequently linked to Globalization, Narrative therapy and Engineering ethics, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Her primary areas of study are Social psychology, Perception, Career development, Personality and Applied psychology. Her Social psychology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Organizational culture. Perception is closely attributed to Organisation climate in her study.
Annelies E.M. van Vianen works mostly in the field of Career development, limiting it down to topics relating to Vocational education and, in certain cases, Medical education, as a part of the same area of interest. Her Personality research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Narcissism and Core self-evaluations. Annelies E.M. van Vianen undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Applied psychology and Coaching through her works.
Her primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Affect, Seekers, Coaching and Perception. Social psychology is a component of her Job attitude and Job satisfaction studies. The Job attitude study combines topics in areas such as Job analysis, Employee motivation and Job design.
Her Affect research integrates issues from Conceptual model and Injustice. Her studies in Perception integrate themes in fields like Quality and Employability. She combines subjects such as Self-criticism, Mindset and Intervention studies with her study of Self-compassion.
Her primary areas of investigation include Job satisfaction, Social psychology, Applied psychology, Affect and Job attitude. Her research on Job satisfaction often connects related topics like Vocational education. Annelies E.M. van Vianen conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Social psychology and Power through her works.
Her Applied psychology study incorporates themes from Construct and Conceptual model. Her research combines Developmental psychology and Affect. Her study in Job attitude is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Employee motivation and Job design.
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Life designing: A paradigm for career construction in the 21st century
Mark L. Savickas;Laura Nota;Jerome Rossier;Jean-Pierre Dauwalder.
Managing relationship conflict and the effectiveness of organizational teams
Carsten K.W. De Dreu;Annelies E.M. Van Vianen.
PERSON‐ORGANIZATION FIT: THE MATCH BETWEEN NEWCOMERS' AND RECRUITERS' PREFERENCES FOR ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURES
Annelies E.M. Van Vianen.
Personnel Psychology (2000)
Gender and culture differences in emotion
Agneta H. Fischer;Patricia M. Rodriguez Mosquera;Annelies E. M. van Vianen;Antony S. R. Manstead.
Training career adaptability to facilitate a successful school-to-work transition
Jessie Koen;Ute-Christine Klehe;Annelies E.M. Van Vianen.
Journal of Vocational Behavior (2012)
Understanding the factors that promote employability orientation: The impact of employability culture, career satisfaction, and role breadth self-efficacy
Aukje Nauta;Annelies van Vianen;Beatrice van der Heijden;Karen van Dam.
Illuminating the glass ceiling: The role of organizational culture preferences
Annelies E. M. Van Vianen;Agneta H. Fischer.
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology (2002)
Job-search strategies and reemployment quality: the impact of career adaptability
Jessie Koen;Ute-Christine Klehe;Annelies E.M. Van Vianen;Jelena Zikic.
Journal of Vocational Behavior (2010)
Personality in teams: Its relationship to social cohesion, task cohesion, and team performance
Annelies E.M. van Vianen;Carsten K.W. De Dreu.
CHANGES IN PERSON-ORGANIZATION FIT: THE IMPACT OF SOCIALIZATION TACTICS ON PERCEIVED AND ACTUAL P-O FIT
Helena D Cooper-Thomas;Annelies van Vianen;Neil Anderson.
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