Bettina S. Wiese
- Phone: +49 241 80 96013
- by appointment only
- career transitions
- transition to parenthood and career plans
- interplay of work and family
- self-management in the work domain
Selected publications (peer-reviewed)
Burk, C. L., & Wiese, B. S. (2018). Professor or manager? A model of motivational orientations applied to preferred career paths. Journal of Research in Personality, 75, 113-132.
Horvath, L. K., Grether, T., & Wiese, B. S. (2018). Fathers’ realizations of parental leave plans: Leadership responsibility as help or hindrance? Sex Roles, 79, 163-175.
Kiefer, C., Rosseel, Y., Wiese, B. S., & Mayer, A. (2018). Modelling and predicting non-linear changes in educational trajectories: The multilevel latent growth components approach. Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling, 60, 189-221.
Steiner, R., Krings, F., & Wiese, B. S. (in press). Remember the children, honey! Spouses’ gender-role attitudes and working mothers’ work-to-family conflict. Applied Psychology: An International Review.
Grether, T., Sowislo, J., & Wiese, B. S. (2018). Top-down or bottom-up? Prospective relations between general and domain-specific self-efficacy beliefs during a work-family transition. Personality and Individual Differences, 121, 131-139.
Syndicus, M., Wiese, B. S., & van Treeck, C. (2018). Too hot to carry on? Disinclination to persist at a task in a warm office environment. Ergonomics, 61, 476-481.
Syndicus, M., Wiese, B. S., van Treeck, C. (2018). In the heat and noise of the moment: Effects on risky decision making. Environment and Behavior, 50, 3-27.
Wiese, B. S., Heidemeier, H., Burk, C. L., & Freund, A. M. (2017). When work takes over – Emotional labor strategies and daily ruminations about work while at home. Journal of Personnel Psychology, 16, 150-154.
Stertz, A. M., Grether, T., & Wiese, B. S. (2017). Gender-role attitudes and parental work decisions after childbirth: A longitudinal dyadic perspective with dual-earner couples. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 101, 104-118.
Wiese, B. S., Burk, C. L., & Jaeckel, D. (2016). Transition to grandparenthood and job-related attitudes: Do grandparental sex and lineage matter? Journal of Marriage and Family, 78, 830-847.
1994 Diploma in Psychology, University of Marburg (D)
1999 PhD, Free University of Berlin (D)
2006 Habilitation, Venia legendi for Psychology, University of Zurich (CH)
1994-1996 Doctoral Student, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin (D)
1996-1997 Maternity leave
1997-1999 Doctoral Student, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin (D)
1999-2001 Research Scientist at the Institute of Psychology; Technical University of Darmstadt (D)
2001-2005 Research Scientist, Department of Psychology, University of Koblenz-Landau (D)
2005-2009 Senior Research Scientist, Institute of Psychology, University of Zurich (CH)
2009-2011 Research Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Basel (CH)
Since 04/2011 Full Professor of Psychology, RWTH Aachen University (D)
2009 Research Professorship, University of Basel (CH), accepted
2010 Full Professorship “Organizational Psychology”, University of Bamberg (D), declined
2010 Full Professorship “Work and Organizational Psychology”, University of Giessen (D), declined
2011 Full Professorship in Psychology, RWTH Aachen (D), accepted
2011 Full Professorship “Work and Organizational Psychology”, Leuphana University of Lüneburg (D), declined
2011 Full Professorship “Applied Psychology”, University of Innsbruck (AT), declined
2013 Full Professorship “Work and Organizational Psychology”, University of Bern (CH), declined
2013 Selected for AcademiaNet (database of profiles of excellent female researchers)
2014 RWTH Fellow