JProf. Dr. Hadar Nesher Shoshan

Forschungsinteressen

  • Interpersonal relationships in and outside of the workplace (leader-follower, coworkers, service relationships, family relationships in light of work)
  • Emotions and Emotional labor at work
  • Employee well-being (burnout, stress, recovery, health behavior)
  • Hybrid work arrangements (virtual meetings, working from home, media choice)

Akademische Ausbildung

  • 12/2019: Promotion in Psychologie (Dr.rer.soc.), Universität Mannheim
  • 11/2010Master of Science, Industrial Psychologie, Technion, Israel
  • 09/2007Bachelor of Science, Psychologie and Soziologie, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Beruflicher Werdegang

  • ab 12/2022: Junior Professorin in der Abteilung für Arbeits-, Organisations- und Wirtschaftspsychologie, Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
  • 01/2020-11/2022: Post-Doktoral Researcher, Lehr­stuhl für Arbeits- und Organisations­psychologie, Universität Mannheim
  • 09/2014-12/2019: Akademische Mitarbeiterin & Doktorandin, Lehr­stuhl für Arbeits- und Organisations­psychologie, Universität Mannheim

Publikationen | Peer-Reviewed Journals

Nesher Shoshan, H., & Venz, L., Sonnentag, S., (2022). Being recovered as an antecedent of emotional labor: A diary study. Journal of Personnel Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1027/1866-5888/a000302

Nesher Shoshan, H., & Wehrt, W. (2022). Understanding ‘Zoom fatigue’: A mixed method approach. Applied Psychology: An International Review. https://doi.org/10.1111/apps.12360

*Nesher Shoshan, H., & *Venz, L. (2022). Daily antecedents and consequences of deep acting toward coworkers. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 43(1), 112-124. https://doi.org/10.1002/job.2555

Venz, L., & Nesher Shoshan, H. (2022). Be smart, play dumb? A transactional perspective on day-specific knowledge hiding, interpersonal conflict, and psychological strain. Human Relations. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1177/0018726721990438

Nesher Shoshan, H., & Sonnentag, S. (2020). The effects of employee burnout on customers: An experimental approach. Work & Stress, 34(2), 127-147. https://doi.org/10.1080/02678373.2019.1577312