Thesis title: Examining mindfulness and psychological flexibility as personal resources/resilience factors enhancing well-being, health and performance at work
Supervisors: Dr Paul Flaxman
Higher education background
- MSc in Organisational Psychology, City University London
Overview and research interests
Lucie's doctoral research aims to examine the role of two key individual characteristics - mindfulness and psychological flexibility - within the work context. The research will build on previous research in occupational health psychology, positive psychology and job characteristics tradition to: (1) explore how work environments and employees' levels of mindfulness and psychological flexibility interact to influence both positive and negative indicators of mental health and work-related well-being (such as burnout, work engagement and flow) as well as attendance levels and productiviity; and (2) contribute to the design, implementation and evaluation of mindfulness-based interventions in workplace settings.
- Psychological flexibility
- Work-related stress
- Diary studies
- Experience sampling.
- Cermakova, L., Moneta, G.B., Spada, M.M. (2010). Dispositional flow as a mediator of the relationships between attentional control and approaches to studying during academic examination preparation. Educational Psychology, 30(5), 495-51.