Filip Boen focuses on Social psychology, Applied psychology, Physical therapy, Gerontology and Social identity theory. His Social psychology research includes elements of Coaching and Team sport. His Applied psychology study combines topics in areas such as Transactional leadership, Leadership style, Shared leadership and Athletes.
His Physical therapy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Total physical activity and Physical activity interventions. His research in Gerontology intersects with topics in Exercise intervention, Physical fitness and Cardiorespiratory fitness. He interconnects Ethnocentrism, Prejudice and Social group in the investigation of issues within Social identity theory.
His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Physical therapy, Applied psychology, Coaching and Shared leadership. Much of his study explores Social psychology relationship to Developmental psychology. His work on Physical fitness as part of general Physical therapy research is often related to Term, thus linking different fields of science.
His study on Sport psychology is often connected to Basketball as part of broader study in Applied psychology. The concepts of his Shared leadership study are interwoven with issues in Leadership development, Leadership and Peer leadership. Filip Boen frequently studies issues relating to Psychological safety and Collective efficacy.
His primary areas of investigation include Applied psychology, Shared leadership, Athletes, Physical therapy and Social psychology. His Applied psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Quality, Self-determination theory, Intrinsic motivation and Competence. His Shared leadership study also includes fields such as
In his study, Longitudinal study, Multilevel model and Social support is inextricably linked to Control, which falls within the broad field of Athletes. His work on Physical fitness is typically connected to Clinical nutrition as part of general Physical therapy study, connecting several disciplines of science. Identity is the focus of his Social psychology research.
Filip Boen mainly focuses on Shared leadership, Applied psychology, Physical therapy, Competence and Leadership development. Shared leadership is a subfield of Social psychology that Filip Boen explores. Specifically, his work in Social psychology is concerned with the study of Set.
Leadership style, Psychological safety, Team effectiveness, Knowledge management and Team composition is closely connected to Peer leadership in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Applied psychology. Filip Boen has included themes like Counseling Intervention and Reference group in his Physical therapy study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Identity, Leadership, Coaching, Athletes and Qualitative property.
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Culture-Level Dimensions of Social Axioms and Their Correlates across 41 Cultures
Michael Harris Bond;Kwok Leung;Al Au;Kwok-Kit Tong.
Leadership as social identity management: Introducing the Identity Leadership Inventory (ILI) to assess and validate a four-dimensional model
Niklas K. Steffens;S. Alexander Haslam;Stephen D. Reicher;Michael J. Platow.
Leadership Quarterly (2014)
When Integration Does Not Necessarily Imply Integration Different Conceptualizations of Acculturation Orientations Lead to Different Classifications
Boris Snauwaert;Bart Soenens;Norbert Vanbeselaere;Filip Boen.
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (2003)
The myth of the team captain as principal leader: extending the athlete leadership classification within sport teams
Katrien Fransen;Norbert Vanbeselaere;Bert De Cuyper;Gert Vande Broek.
Journal of Sports Sciences (2014)
Believing in "us": exploring leaders' capacity to enhance team confidence and performance by building a sense of shared social identity.
Katrien Fransen;S. Alexander Haslam;Niklas K. Steffens;Norbert Vanbeselaere.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied (2015)
Effectiveness of a lifestyle intervention and a structured exercise intervention in older adults.
Joke Opdenacker;Filip Boen;Nele Coorevits;Christophe Delecluse.
Preventive Medicine (2008)
The role of national identity representation in the relation between in‐group identification and out‐group derogation: Ethnic versus civic representation
Joke Meeus;Bart Duriez;Norbert Vanbeselaere;Filip Boen.
British Journal of Social Psychology (2010)
Who takes the lead? Social network analysis as a pioneering tool to investigate shared leadership within sports teams
Katrien Fransen;Stef Van Puyenbroeck;Todd M. Loughead;Norbert Vanbeselaere.
Social Networks (2015)
Behavioral consequences of fluctuating group success: an internet study of soccer-team fans.
Filip Boen;Norbert Vanbeselaere;Jos Feys.
Journal of Social Psychology (2002)
How School Social and Physical Environments Relate to Autonomous Motivation in Physical Education: The Mediating Role of Need Satisfaction
Cindy Rutten;Filip Boen;Jan Seghers.
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education (2012)
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