Volume 13, Number 1, 2020

Psychologie des Alltagshandelns
Psychology of Everyday Activity

 
Verlag
ISSN
Seite
iup innsbruck university press 
1998-9970
1 – 65

 

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Aktuelle Entwicklungen der deutschsprachigen Ingenieurpsychologie
Martin Baumann, Lewis Chuang, Sebastian Pannasch, Jürgen Sauer, Joachim Vogt & Christiane Attig
[Abstract]

Prävention von zeitlicher Überforderung bei entgrenzter komplexer Wissens- sowie Innovationsarbeit
Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Zeitbedarfsermittlung – Eine Fallstudie
Winfried Hacker
[Abstract]

Interruptions at work as risk for high work intensity and their relation to negative short-term consequences of strain – A diary study among tram drivers
Therese Kästner, Florian Schweden & Renate Rau
[Abstract]

Special Section Editorial: Flexibility at work – Compiling the collective wisdom, challenging conventional thinking, creating shared meaning
Severin Hornung & Pierre Sachse

The potential of critical social psychology from a life course perspective for the understanding of subjectified work (Commentary on Höge)
Thomas Kühn

Demands in flexible, boundaryless work systems – Do i-deals help or are they part of the problem? (Commentary on Glaser, Hornung & Höge)
Jan Dettmers

Employment should be precious not precarious (Commentary on Seubert, Hopfgartner & Glaser)
Thomas Rigotti

Boon and bane of a boundaryless world (Commentary on Palm, Hornung & Glaser)
Britta Herbig

Task flexibility is a fundamental and perpetually positive job resource, or is it? (Commentary on Hornung, Höge & Rousseau)
Andreas Müller & Friedrich Kröner

About workforce control on a higher level (Commentary on Hornung & Höge)
Wolfgang G. Weber & Christine Unterrainer