First empirical findings

We are proud to announce that first empirical findings on the cognitive demands of flexible work will be presented at the 10th Conference of the section Work-, Organizational- and Business Psychology of the German Psychological Society in Dresden this week.
Vera Goessl will focus on the longitudinal effects of planning demands and decision-making demands on emotional exhaustion and intrinsic motivation. Her presentation will be held in English as part of the session that starts on Thursday, Sept. 14th, 2017, at 3 p.m. in the small hall (‘Kleiner Saal’).
Lars Uhlig will focus on day-level effects of planning demands and decision-making demands on mental detachment and cognitive flexibility. His presentation will be held in German as the first part of a symposium on self-regulation at work (co-chaired by Roman Prem) that starts on Thursday, Sept. 14th, 2017, at 5 p.m. in room no. 6 (‘Raum 6’).