Dissertation overview by Stephanie Scherle, University of West London
From a young age, boys are faced with various ideas of what it means to be a man. These ideas, or norms, are propagated by the society they grow up in, with their families, schools, extracurricular activities and the media shaping the masculine gender-identity they develop.Read More
Dissertation overview by Hannah Gilchrist, University of LiverpoolRead More
This study investigated whether including more motivational language in job adverts would encourage more applications.Read More
The purpose of this study is to explore the relationship between career adaptability and career success. Furthermore, to investigate the extent to which career adaptability and career-related barriers are connected.Read More
Rajkiran Kandola writes about her experience as a KTP Associate on a psychology research project with multinational company, Amey.
Rajkiran’s Knowledge Transfer Project (KTP) embedded a behavioural safety strategy underpinned by a psychological, data driven approach with research from Leeds Beckett.Read More
Dissertation overview by Matthew Nealon, University of Nottingham.
The current research explores job crafting and learning styles of Quantity Surveyors (QS) exploring behavioural or cognitive aspects of work in relation to performance which would benefit the organisation.Read More
Dissertation overview by Stuart M. Leeds and Ben Steeden (Supervisor), University of the West of England
Purpose: To add to and extend existing research of engagement at work with new findings regarding age-groups, gender, personality; and trait emotional intelligence (TEI).Read More