Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie

Team

Prof. Dr. Daniel Spurk

Assoziierter Professor, Dozent

Telefon
+41 31 684 53 86
E-Mail
daniel.spurk@unibe.ch
Büro
A323
Postadresse
Universität Bern
Institut für Psychologie
Fabrikstrasse 8
3012 Bern
  • Sustainable career development: health, well-being, and productivity
  • Predictors and outcomes of competition and heavy work investment
  • Bright and dark sides of individual differences at work
  • Longitudinal research designs and latent profile analysis

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  • Vertiefungsseminar Führung und Führungskräfteentwicklung HS14/HS16/HS18/FS21 (Master)
  • Vertiefungsseminar Abeitsmotivation, Arbeitszufriedenheit und Arbeitsleistung HS14/HS16/HS18/HS20 (Master)
  • Vertiefungsseminar Berufswahl und Laufbahnentwicklung HS17/FS18/FS21 (Master)
  • Vertiefungsseminar Assessment und Personalselektion FS15/FS16/FS17/FS18/FS19/FS20 (Master)
  • Vertiefungsseminar Personalentwicklung HS15/FS17/FS19 (Master)
  • Vertiefungsseminar Angewandte Forschungsmethoden in der Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie HS15/HS16/HS17/HS18/HS19/HS20 (Master)
  • Ergänzungsseminar Masterarbeiten Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie FS16/FS18/FS20 (Master)
  • Proseminar Arbeitsleistung und Karriereerfolg FS15/FS17/HS19 (Bachelor)
  • Proseminar The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Karriere, Erfolg und Risiken in der heutigen Arbeitswelt HS17 (Bachelor)
  • Diskussionsforum der A&O FS15/HS15/FS16/HS16/FS17/HS17/FS18/HS18/FS19/HS19/FS20/HS20/FS21 (Master)

Laufende Drittmittelprojekte

  • SNF-Projekt, NFP 77: Gig Work in Switzerland: Types, Opportunities, and Risks of a Digitalized Labour Market Phenomenon. 2020-2024: gemeinsam mit Prof. Dr. Caroline Straub und Prof. Dr. Andrea Gurtner

  • SNF-Projekt: What keeps teachers going? Understanding retention factors in schools and beyond. 2017-2020: gemeinsam mit Martin Gubler (PH in Goldau) und Prof. Dr. Andreas Hirschi

 

Abgschlossene Drittmittelprojekte

  • SNF-Projekt: Secure careers in times of insecurity? Conceptualization, causes, and consequences of career insecurity. 2016-2019: Hauptantragsteller, gemeinsam mit Prof. Dr. Andreas Hirschi (internationale Kooperationspartner: Prof. Dr. Hans de Witte und Dr. Nele de Cuyper)

  • BMBF-Projekt: Quo vadis Post-Doc: Professur, Wirtschaft oder prekäres Arbeitsverhältnis? Individuelle, soziale und organisationale Faktoren für die Laufbahnentwicklung und den Laufbahnerfolg des wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchses (Pro-Wi+) (in Kooperation mit Prof. Dr. Simone Kauffeld) http://prowi.aundo-braunschweig.de

Hofer, A., Spurk, D., & Hirschi, A. (2020). When and why do negative organization-related career shocks impair career optimism? A conditional indirect effect model. Career Development International. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1108/CDI-12-2018-0299

Spurk, D., Hirschi, A., Wang, M., Valero, D., & Kauffeld, S. (2020). Latent profile analysis: A review and "how to" guide of its application within vocational behavior research. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 120, 103445. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvb.2020.103445

Spurk, D.*, Volmer, J.*, Orth, M., & Göritz, A. S. (2020). How do career adaptability and proactive career behaviours interrelate over time? An inter- and intraindividual investigation. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 93(1), 158–186. https://doi.org/10.1111/joop.12288 *Shared first authorship

Spurk, D., Hofer, A., Burmeister, A., Mühlhausen, J., & Volmer, J. (2019). Occupational commitment from a life span perspective: An integrative review and a research outlook. Career Development International, 24(3), 190–221. https://doi.org/10.1108/CDI-07-2018-0184

Spurk, D., Hirschi, A., & Dries, N. (2019). Antecedents and outcomes of objective versus subjective career success: Competing perspectives and future directions. Journal of Management, 45(1), 35–69. https://doi.org/10.1177/+41 31 684 87 86563

Spurk, D., & Hirschi, A. (2018). The Dark Triad and competitive psychological climate at work: A model of reciprocal relationships in dependence of age and organization change. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 27(6), 736–751. https://doi.org/10.1080/1359432X.2018.1515200

Spurk, D., Hirschi, A., & Kauffeld, S. (2016). A new perspective on the etiology of workaholism: The role of personal and contextual career-related antecedents. Journal of Career Assessment, 24(4), 747–764. https://doi.org/10.1177/1069072715616127

Spurk, D., Kauffeld, S., Meinecke, A. L., & Ebner, K. (2016). Why do adaptable people feel less insecure? Indirect effects of career adaptability on job and career insecurity via two types of perceived marketability. Journal of Career Assessment, 24(2), 289–306. https://doi.org/10.1177/1069072715580415

Spurk, D., Keller, A. C., & Hirschi, A. (2016). Do bad guys get ahead or fall behind? Relationships of the dark triad of personality with objective and subjective career success. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 7(2), 113–121. https://doi.org/10.1177/1948550615609735

Spurk, D., Kauffeld, S., Barthauer, L., & Heinemann, N. S. R. (2015). Fostering networking behavior, career planning and optimism, and subjective career success: An intervention study. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 87, 134–144. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvb.2014.12.007