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Dr. Svenja Schlachter

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Dr. Svenja Schlachter

Lebenslauf

Lebenslauf

Akademische Positionen:

  • Seit 2018: PostDoc und wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin der Professur für Organisation und Personal, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen (BWL VIII)

Ausbildung:

  • 2013-2018: University of Surrey (Ph.D.)
  • 2011-2013: Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg (M.Sc. Psychologie, Schwerpunkt Organisational Behaviour and Adaptive Cognition)
  • 2007-2010: Universität Konstanz (B.Sc. Psychologie)

Publikationen

Publikationen

Konferenzbeiträge

  • Schlachter, S., Inceoglu, I., McDowall, A., & Cropley, M. (2018, September). Improving work-nonwork balance by conveying ICT-related boundary management techniques: An intervention. In G. Kinman & A. McDowall (Chairs), Work-life balance: New perspectives on an enduring problem. Symposium conducted at the 13th European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology Conference 2018, Lisbon, Portugal.

  • Schlachter, S., Inceoglu, I., McDowall, A., & Cropley, M. (2018, September). Work-related ICT use during evenings, psychological detachment and recovery state: A daily diary study. In D. Derks & M. Van Laethem (Chairs), You can walk away, but you can never leave… Work-related smartphone use during off job hours: Implications and interventions. Symposium conducted at the 13th European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology Conference 2018, Lisbon, Portugal.

  • Schlachter, S., Cropley, M., & Avery, R. (2016, June). Staying "switched on" for work during non-work time: The role of individual differences. In G. Kinman & A. McDowall (Chairs), Always on? Technology use, recovery and work-life balance. Symposium conducted at the Institute of Work Psychology International Conference, Sheffield, UK.
  • Schlachter, S., Cropley, M., & Avery, R. (2016, January). The organisational context of ICT use for work-related purposes during non-work time. In G. Kinman, A. McDowall & C. Grant (Chairs), 'Switching on and switching off': Building e-resilience for work-life balance and wellbeing. Symposium conducted at the Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference 2016, Nottingham, UK.
  • Schlachter, S., Cropley, M., Inceoglu, I., & McDowall, A. (2017, May). The importance of feeling in control: Work-related ICT use during non-work time, well-being and perceived control. In S. Schlachter & L. Duranova (Chairs), Is constant work-related technology use inevitably bad for employees? Scrutinising the associations of technology use and well-being. Symposium conducted at the 18th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology 2017, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Schlachter, S., Cropley, M., & McDowall, A. (2015, May). ICT use for work purposes during non-work time: Untangling the Empowerment/Enslavement Paradox using a systematic review approach. Paper presented at the 17th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology 2015, Oslo, Norway.
  • Schlachter, S., Cropley, M., & McDowall, A. (2015, May). No ‘switching off’ without switching off our electronic companions first? Systematically reviewing the impact of self-initiated ICT use on employees’ recovery and well-being. Poster presented at the 17th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology 2015, Oslo, Norway.
  • Schlachter, S., Inceoglu, I., & McDowall, A. (2017, May). Learning to use technologies more consciously during non-work time: Evaluating a self-management training for employees. Poster presented at the 18th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology 2017, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Schlachter, S., Inceoglu, I., McDowall, A., & Cropley, M. (2017, September). Arbeitsbezogene Technologien in der Freizeit bewusst managen: Ergebnisse einer Online-Intervention mit Fokus auf Boundary Management von Technologien [Managing work-related technologies consciously during leisure time: Findings of an online intervention focusing on technology-related boundary management]. In K. Ebner & C. Sende (Chairs), “Digitaler Stress”: Die Entstehung von Stress durch arbeitsbezogene Technologien und Interventionen gegen technologieinduzierten Stress [“Digital stress”: The development of stress through work-related technologies and interventions against technology-induced stress]. Symposium conducted at the 10th Conference of the Section Work-, Organizational- and Business Psychology of the German Psychological Society 2017, Dresden, Germany.
  • Schlachter, S., McDowall, A., & Cropley, M. (2015, January). Staying “switched on” during non-work time: Reviewing consequences for employees. Paper presented at the Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference 2015, Glasgow, UK.

Akademische Publikationen

  • Inceoglu, I., Selenko, E., McDowall, A., & Schlachter, S. (2018). (How) Do work placements work? Scrutinizing the quantitative evidence for a theory-driven future research agenda. Journal of Vocational Behavior. Accepted manuscript. doi:10.1016/j.jvb.2018.09.002
  • Schlachter, S., McDowall, A., Cropley, M., & Inceoglu, I. (2018). Voluntary work‐related technology use during non‐work time: A narrative synthesis of empirical research and research agenda. International Journal of Management Reviews, 20, 825-846. doi: 10.1111/ijmr.12165 [open access]