Person

Prof. Dr.

Bettina S. Wiese

Chairholder

Picture Wiese Copyright: © Peter Winandy
Institute of Psychology, Personnel and Organizational Psychology

Address

Jaegerstrasse 17-19

52056 Aachen

Germany

Room 102

Contact

WorkPhone
Phone: +49 241 80 96013
Fax Fax: +49 241 80 92526

Consultation hour

by appointment only
 

Research

  • career transitions
  • transition to parenthood and career plans
  • interplay of work and family
  • self-management in the work domain

Selected publications (peer-reviewed)

Alisic, A., & Wiese B. S. (in press). How long can I wait and how much frustration can I stand? Volitional traits and students’ PhD-intention and pursuit. International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance.

Fischer, R. A., Johnson, M. D., Stertz, A. M., Sherlock, S. N., & Wiese, B. S. (in press) How perceived maternal gatekeeping affects fathers: An eight-week study. Journal of Family Psychology.

Herttalampi, M., Wiese, B. S., & Feldt, T. (in press). Leaders’ intensified job demands: Their multi-level associations with leader-follower relationships and follower well-being. Work & Stress.

Kiefer, C., Claus, A. M., Jung, A. J., Wiese, B. S., & Mayer, A. (in press). Discovering exceptional development of commitment in interdisciplinary study programs: An illustration of the subgroupSEM approach. Zeitschrift für Psychologie.

Lerche, A. D. S., Burk, C. L., & Wiese B. S. (in press). Leaving the ivory tower: Vocational application orientation of early career academics. Research in Higher Education.

Noppeney, R., Alisic, A., & Wiese, B. S. (in press). The interplay of career involvement and goal conflicts: An eight-wave study with STEM professionals. Journal of Organizational Behavior.

Wiese, B. S., & Stertz, A. M. (in press). Mothers' regrets of having (or not having) returned to work after childbirth: Longitudinal relationships with organizational commitment. Applied Psychology.

Lerche, A. D. S., Burk, C. L., & Wiese B. S. (2022). Dynamics between applied work demands and related competence beliefs: A 4-year study with scientists. Journal of Career Development, 49, 378-392.

Noppeney, R., Stertz, A. M., & Wiese B. S. (2022). Career goal profiles of early career scientists: A person-centered approach. Journal of Career Development, 49, 1048-1062.

Wiese, B. S., Hou, W.-K., Noppeney, R., & Li, T. W. (2022). Staying focused on work and satisfied with the job in times of pandemic: The power of everyday routines. International Journal of Stress Management, 29(2), 166–170.

for a full list see here

Academic Education

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)

Academic Employment

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)

Professorship Offers

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

Fellowships/Awards

1995 Georg-Sieber-Award
2013 Selected for AcademiaNet (database of profiles of excellent female researchers)
2014 RWTH Fellow