M. Gloria González-Morales
Wednesdays 10.00 to 11.00
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY LAB (OHPP)
Lab Meetings at the Center for Worker's Health and Well-Being (BW 110)
Wednesdays 3.00 to 5.00 pm
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Research Director of the Occupational Health and Positive Psychology Lab (OHPP LAB)
My research involves the disciplines of occupational health psychology and positive organizational psychology and focuses on stress, work-life issues, victimization, incivility and civility, and positive organizational interventions to enhance well-being and performance.
My research has been published in outlets such as Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Work & Stress and Journal of Organizational Behavior.
I am associate editor (2018) of Work & Stress. An International Journal of Work, Health & Organisations (2016 Impact Factor: 3.400, 2017 Clarivate Analytics, 2017 Journal Citation Reports)
In addition, I serve on the editorial boards of Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Stress & Health, Anxiety, Stress & Coping and Occupational Health Science.
Follow me on Twitter: @worklifediary
To listen to one of my latest research lectures at University of Michigan please visit the following link: www.icos.umich.edu/node/705.
I got my Psychology Degree at Universidad de La Laguna (Canary Islands, Spain). I completed my dissertation, awarded with the European PhD (Doctor Europaea), in 2006 at University of Valencia (Spain) in the Work and Organizational Psychology Interuniversity Doctoral Program. In 2007, I moved to Virginia (USA) to do research as a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at George Mason University for two years. I was a postdoctoral researcher at University of Delaware for a year before starting at University of Guelph on May 2010.
The overarching goal of my research is to provide empirical evidence guiding the effective and positive management of occupational health and performance in organizations.
My research involves the disciplines of occupational health psychology and positive organizational psychology and focuses on stress, work-life and gender diversity, workplace mistreatment and victimization, workplace incivility and civility, emotion regulation and the implementation and evaluation of evidence-based interventions to improve occupational psychological well-being. The following are my main lines of research:
WORK STRESS AND EUSTRESS. We are studying the antecedents and outcomes of challenge-hindrance appraisal in collaboration with various labs around the world: Dr. Peiro and Dr. Rodriguez (IDOCAL, Universitat de Valencia, Spain), Dr. Neves (Universidade Nova de Lisboa).
JOBS IN POSITIVE: LOOKING AT THE BRIGHT SIDE OF WORK. A program of research developed with researchers from Germany (Dr. Michel, Dr. Hoppe, Dr. Steide) and Ireland (Dr. Oshea) on experiential sampling studies that explore the relationships between work and non-work domains.
WORK-LIFE RELATIONSHIPS. Founded by SSHRC (Insight Development Grant) this project aims to examine using diary and multilevel methods, the relations between work life and personal life over time in order to understand how change and time shape the dynamic interplay among the roles in our daily lives (worker, caregiver, friend, etc.).
GENDER AND SEXUAL DIVERSITY IN THE WORKPLACE. This program of research studies issues such as gender inequality in the workplace and workplace experiences of LGBTQ+ individuals.
RESPECTFUL WORKPLACES. This line of research aims to understand respectful workplaces by developing conceptual, theoretical and methodological contributions such as reflective measures of victimization, theoretical models of workplace civility and meta-analytic research of incivility.
EMOTION REGULATION IN THE WORKPLACE. In collaboration with Dr. Margaret Lumley, we are working on mobile applications to train emotional regulation in young adults. We are investigating how these applications can be used in workplaces to improve organizational climate, social relationships, and occupational well-being. Emotion Savvy is the application developed in collaboration with Emotional Apps.
CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP. I have developed different research projects within this line. A multidisciplinary collaboration with faculty and students from Arts, Psychology, and Engineering involves the study of soft skill training in higher education and how it relates to career development. In Argentina, I work with Dr. Batlle (Universidad de Buenos Aires) to research the correlates of career maturity in Latino American countries. Finally, I do research on nascent entrepreneurship with colleagues from Portugal (Dr. Neves and Dr. Lopez, Nova Business School) and Spain (Dr. Diaz, Universidad de La Laguna).
These lines of research are developed at the Occupational Health and Positive Psychology Lab (OHPP LAB). I currently supervise 5 graduate students and an average of 10 undergraduate students per semester.
To listen to one of my latest research lectures at the University of Michigan please visit the following link: www.icos.umich.edu/node/705.
Selected publications (only journal articles and book chapters).
If you are interested in any of my publications please email me and I will send you a copy.
Köhler, T; González-Morales, M.G.; Sojo, V.E.; Olsen, J.E. (2018) Who Is the Wolf and Who Is the Sheep? Toward a More Nuanced Understanding of Workplace Incivility, Industrial and Organizational Psychology 11 (1), 122-129.
Sasso*, T. & González-Morales, M.G. (2018) Centering the Target of Mistreatment in Our Measures. Industrial and Organizational Psychology 11 (1), 107-112
González-Morales, M. G., Kernan, M. C., Becker, T. E., & Eisenberger, R. (2018). Defeating Abusive Supervision: Training Supervisors to Support Subordinates. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 23 (2), 151
Clauss*, E., Hoppe, A., O’Shea, D., González Morales, M. G., Steidle, A., & Michel, A. (2018). Promoting Personal Resources and Reducing Exhaustion Through Positive Work Reflection Among Caregivers. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 23 (1), 127.
Gruman, J.A., Lumley, M. N., Gonzalez-Morales, M.G. (2018). Incorporating Balance: Challenges and Opportunities for Positive Psychology. Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne 59 (1), 54.
Pogrebtsova*, E., Craig*, J., Chris*, A., O'Shea, D., & González‐Morales, M. G. (2018). Exploring daily affective changes in university students with a mindful positive reappraisal intervention: A daily diary randomized controlled trial. Stress and Health, 34(1), 46-58.
Steidle, A., Gonzalez-Morales, M. G., Hoppe, A., Michel, A., & O’Shea, D. (2017). Energizing respites from work: a randomized controlled study on respite interventions. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 26(5), 650-662.
Donald, J., Lachapelle, S., Sasso*, T., Gonzales-Morales, G., Augusto*, K., & McIsaac*, J. (2017). On the Place of the Humanities and Social Sciences in the Engineering Curriculum: a Canadian Perspective. Global Journal of Engineering Education, 19(1), 6-18.
Gonzalez-Morales, M. Gloria & Neves, P. (2015). When stressors make you work: Mechanisms Linking Challenge Stressors to Performance. Work & Stress. An International Journal of Work, Health & Organisations, 29, 213-229.
Eisenberger, R., Krischer Shoss, M., Karagonlar, G., Gonzalez-Morales, M. Gloria, Wickham, R. E., Louis C. Buffardi (2014). The supervisor POS–LMX–subordinate POS chain: Moderation by reciprocation wariness and supervisor's organizational embodiment. Journal of Organizational Behaviour, 35 (5), 635–656, doi: 10.1002/job.1877.
Luchman, J. & Gonzalez-Morales, M. Gloria (2013). Demands, control and support: A meta-analytic review of work characteristic interrelationships. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 18, 37-52.
Michel, A. & Gonzalez-Morales, G. (2013). Reactions to organizational change: An integrated model of health predictors, intervening variables and outcomes. The Psychology of Organizational Change: Viewing Change from the Employee's Perspective. Cambridge University Press.
Gonzalez-Morales, G., Peiro, J. M., Rodriguez, I., & Bliese, P. D. (2012). Perceived collective burnout: a multilevel explanation of burnout. Anxiety, Stress and Coping, 25, 43-61.
Gonzalez-Morales, G., Tetrick, L. E., & Ginter, R. (2012). Measurement Issues in Work-Family Research. In R.R. Sinclair, M. Wang, & L. E. Tetrick (Eds.), Research Methods in Occupational Health Psychology: State of the Art in Measurement, Design, and Data Analysis. New York: Routledge.
Sora, B., Gonzalez-Morales, G., Caballer, A., & Perio, J. M. (2011). Consequences of job insecurity and the moderator role of occupational group. Spanish Journal of Psychology, 14 (2), 820-831.
Eisenberger, R., Karagonlar, G., Stinglhamber, F., Neves, P., Becker, T. E., González-Morales, M.G, Steiger-Mueller, M. (2010). Leader-Member Exchange and Affective Organizational Commitment: The Contribution of Supervisor's Organizational Embodiment. Journal of Applied Psychology, 95 (6), 1085-1103.
Gonzalez-Morales, G., Rodriguez, I., & Peiro, J. M. (2010). A longitudinal study of coping and gender in a female-dominated occupation: Predicting teachers' burnout. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 15 (1), 29-44.
Sánchez, R. M., Martinez-Tur, V., & Gonzalez-Morales, G. (2009). Un análisis transnivel de las relaciones de la calidad de servicio y la confirmación de expectativas con la satisfacción de los usuarios. Psicothema, 21 (3), 421-426.
Fortes-Ferreira, L., Peiró, J. M., & Gonzalez-Morales, G. (2006). Work Related Stress and Well-Being. The Role of Direct Proactive Coping and Palliative Coping. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 47 (4), 293-302.
Gonzalez-Morales, G., Peiró, J. M., Rodríguez, I., & Greenglass, E. R. (2006). Stressors, coping and distress: the role of gender in work stress. International Journal of Stress Management, 13 (2), 228-248.
PSYC*7080 I/O Consulting in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
PSYC*7080 I/O Consulting in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
PSYC*7190 Leadership and Motivation