top of page

Applied Psychology II


Univ.-Prof. Dr. Jürgen Glaser


Lisa Seubert, BA BSc MSc PhD

Ass.-Prof. Dipl.-Kfm. Mag. Christian Seubert, PhD

Mag. Dr. Bettina Lampert

Lucas Maunz, MSc

Ferdinand Baierer, BSc MSc

Team von Wirtschaftsingenieuren
  • Humanization-oriented work design and health prevention

Prevention and Health Aspects
  • Healthy working environment and employment relationships 

  • Cooperative management practices 

  • Investigation of psychosocial working conditions (learning support, resources, stressors) 

  • personal resources (self-determination, self-realization; self-regulation, self-leadership, detached concern, boundary management) with implications and approaches for the prevention of health impairments (e.g. burnout, depression)

  • Promotion and stabilization of well-being and health with sport psychological links (character strengths, recovery); 

  • health-related effects of relationship and behavioral preventive measures (e.g. work design, burnout prevention); 

Lifespan Perspective
  • Method development: assessment of psychological stress in organizations with screening versions for different fields of employment; development of standards with comparative data on working life span; assessment of burnout, assessment of employment relationships, etc.

  • Cooperation projects with the MUI and Univ. Prof. Dr. Julia Brandl (LFUI) 

  • Questionnaires

  • Training measures with effectiveness testing

Publication Highlights
  • De Beer, L. T., Schaufeli, W. B., De Witte, H., Hakanen, J. J., Shimazu, A., Glaser, J., Seubert, C., Bosak, J., Sinval, J., & Rudnev, M. (2020). Measurement invariance of the Burnout Assessment Tool (BAT) across seven cross-national representative samples. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(15), 5604.

  • Herrmann, A., Seubert, C., & Glaser, J. (2022). Consequences of exposure to violence, aggression, and sexual harassment in private security work: a mediation model. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 37(11-12).

  • Hopfgartner, L., Seubert, C., Sprenger, F. & Glaser, J. (2022). Experiences of precariousness and exploitation of Romanian transnational live-in care workers in Austria. Journal of Industrial Relations, 64(2), 298–320.

  • Krampitz, K., Seubert, C., & Glaser, J. (2023). Work overload, job and leisure control, and recovery of students in a dual study program: generalization of the job demand control model into the leisure domain. Psychologie des Alltagshandelns / Psychology of Everday Activity, 16(2), 33-49.

  • Krampitz, J., Seubert, C., Furtner, M., & Glaser, J. (2021). Self-leadership – a meta-analytic review of intervention effects on leaders’ capacities. Journal of Leadership Studies, 15(3), 21-39.

  • Kühnl, A., Seubert, C., Rehfuess, E., von Elm, E., Nowak, D., & Glaser, J. (2019). Human resource management training of supervisors for improving health and well-being of employees. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2019(9), CD010905.pub2

  • Maunz, L. A., & Glaser, J. (2023). Does being authentic promote self-actualization at work? Examining the links between work-related resources, authenticity at work, and occupational self-actualization. Journal of Business and Psychology, 38, 347-367.

  • Palm, E., Seubert, C. & Glaser, J. (2020). Understanding employee motivation for work-to-nonwork integration behavior: A reasoned action approach. Journal of Business and Psychology, 35, 683-696.

  • Seubert, L., McWha-Hermann, I. & Seubert, C. (2023). Critical reflection and critical reflexivity as core processes for critical WOP: Precarious employment as an example. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 72(1), 106–125.

  • Schoofs, L., Maunz. L., & Glaser, J. (2023). Multi-level effects of authentic leadership on self-actualization at work – the mediating roles of authentic followership and basic psychological need satisfaction. Current Psychology, online first.

  • Schoofs, L., Hornung, S., & Glaser, J. (2022). Prospective effects of social support on self-actualization at work – the mediating role of basic psychological need fulfillment. Acta Psychologica, 228, 103649.

bottom of page