Irene Elisabeth
DE PATER, Irene Elisabeth Assistant Professor Department:  Management & Organisation Office:  BIZ1-8-45 Contact:  65-6601-1170 Email: Curriculum Vitae

Dr Irene de Pater is an Assistant Professor at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School, Department of Management and Organization. Prior to joining NUS, she was an Assistant Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 

Dr Irene de Pater completed her PhD from the Department of Work and Org ...[More+]

Membership &
Professional Activities
    • Job Challenge
    • Job Design
    • Incivility
    • Aging
    • Career Development
    • Gender
    • Journal Articles
      • Challenging assignments and activating mood: The influence of goal orientation, with Preenen, P. T. Y. and Van Vianen, A. E. M (2014), Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 44, 650-659
      • Workplace incivility: A review of the literature and agenda for future research, with Schilpzand P. and Erez, A (2014), Journal of Organizational Behavior , (in press)
      • Age, gender, and compensation: A study of Hollywood movie stars, with Judge, T. A. and Scott, B. A (2014), Journal of Management Inquiry, 23(4), 407-420
      • Challenging tasks: The role of employees' and supervisors' goal orientations, with Preenen, Paul T. Y. and Van Vianen, Annelies E. M. (2014), European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 23(1), 48-61
      • Attributed causes of work-family conflict: Emotional and behavioral outcomes, with Ilies, R., Lim, S. and Binnewies, C (2012), Organizational Psychology Review, 2, 293-310
      • The primacy of perceiving: Emotion recognition as a moderator of associations between emotional labor and work engagement, with Bechtoldt, M.N., Rohrmann, S. and Beersma, B (2011), Journal of Applied Psychology , 96, 1087-1094
      • Managing voluntary turnover through challenging assignments, with Preenen, P.T.Y., Van Vianen, A.E.M. and Keijzer, L (2011), Group and Organisation Management, 36, 308-345
      • Career adaptability, turnover and loyalty during organizational downsizing, with Klehe, U.C., Zicik, J., VanVianen, A.E.M. and Sih, S.L (2011), Journal of Vocational Behavior, 79, 217-230
      • The strength and quality of climate perceptions, with Van Vianen, A.E.M., Bechtoldt, M.N and Evers, A (2011), Journal of Managerial Psychology, 26, 77-92
      • Aging and training and development willingness: Employee and supervisor mindsets, with Van Vianen, A.E.M. and Dalhoeven, A.G.W (2011), Journal of Organizational Behavior
      • Gender differences in job challenge: A matter of task preferences or task allocation?, with Van Vianen, A.E.M. and Bechtoldt, M.N (2010), Gender, Work, and Organization, 17, 433-453
      • Psychological and physiological reactions to high workloads: Implications for well-being, with Ilies, R. and Dimotakis, N (2010), Personnel Psychology , 63, 407-436
      • Challenging experiences: Gender differences in task choice, with Van Vianen, A.E.M., Fischer, A. H. and Ginkel, W.P (2009), Journal of Managerial Psychology, 24, 4-28
      • Task choice and the distribution of challenging tasks among men and women, with Van Vianen, A.E.M., Humphrey, R.H., Sleeth, R.G., Hartman,N.S. and Fischer, A.H (2009), Group and Organisation Management, 563-589
      • Employee's challenging job experiences and supervisors' evaluations of promotability, with Van Vianen, A.E.M., Bechtoldt, M.N. and Klehe, U.C (2009), Personnel Psychology , 62, 297-325
      • Adaptive careers: Maximizing less and exploring more, with Van Vianen, A.E.M. and Preenen, P.T.Y (2009), Career Development Quarterly, 57, 298-309
      • Emotional reactions to performance feedback: The effect on goal regulation, with Ilies, R. and Judge, T. A. (2007), Journal of Managerial Psychology, 22, 590-609
      • Work value fit as predictor of turnover intention: Same-source or different-source fit, with Van Vianen, A.E.M. and Van Dijk, F. (2007), Journal of Managerial Psychology, 22, 188-202
      • Dimensions of cultural experiences affecting expatriates' cross-cultural adjustment: Cultural similarity and values fit, with Van Vianen, A.E.M., Kristof-Brown, A. L. and Johnson, E. C. (2004), Academy of Management Journal, 47, 697-709
      • Emotional stability, core self-valuations, and job outcomes: A review of the evidence and an agenda for future research, with Judge, T. A. and Van Vianen, A.E.M. (2004), Human Performance, 17, 325-346
      • Expatriate social ties: Personality antecedents and consequences for adjustment, with Johnson, E. C., Kristof-Brown, A. L., Van Vianen, A.E.M. and Rigsby, M. M. (2003), International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 11, 277-288
    • Books/Monographs
      • Too old to tango? Older job seekers facing unemployment and the search for another job, with Klehe, U.C. and Koen, J (2014), (forth coming), In E.A.J. van Hoft & U.C. Klehe (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Job Search and Job Loss. Oxford: Oxford University Press
      • Content and development of newcomer person-organization fit: An agenda for future research, with Van Vianen, A.E.M (2012), In C. Wanberg (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of organizational socialization, 139-157, Oxford: Oxford University Press
      • Ending on the scrap heap? The experience of job-loss and job-search among older workers, with Klehe, U,-C. and Koen, J (2012), In J.W. Hedge & W.C. Borman (Eds.), The Work and Aging Handbook, 313-340, Oxford: Oxford University Press
      • Career management: Taking control of the quality of work, with Van Vianen, A. E. M. and Preenen, P. T. Y. (2008), In J. Athanasou & R. Van Esbroeck (Eds.), International Handbook of Career Guidance (pp. 283-301). London: Springer Science and Business Media.
      • Comment optimiser une batterie d`evaluation du personnel, with De Fruyt, F. (2006), In C. Levy-Leboyer, C. Louche, & J. P. Rolland (Eds). HR: Les rapports de la psychology du travail. Paris, France: Editions d`Organisation
      • Expatriate selection: A process approach, with Van Vianen, A. E. M. and Caligiuri, P. A. (2005), In A. Evers, N. R. Anderson & O. Smit-Voskuyl (Eds.), The Blackwell handbook of personnel selection (pp. 458-475). Oxford: Blackwell Publishing
    • Conference/Seminars
      • A multilevel study on antecedents of abusive supervision: A trait activation approach, with Liao Z, Li W and SONG, Zhaoli (2015), Academy of Management Annual Meeting
      • Beyond person-organization fit: Workers with collectivistic coworkers have lower turnover intention, with SAVANI, Krishna and Morris M (2015), Academy of Management Annual Meeting
    • Ph.D., Organizational Behavior, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 2005
    • M.A., With distinction Cum Laude, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 2001
    • B.A., Technical Management, HTS Confectie-Industrie, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1991
    • Assistant Professor, NUS Business School, 2013 - current
    • Assistant Professor, Univeristy of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 2005 - 2012
    • Visiting Senior Fellow, NUS Business School, 2011 - 2012
    • Visiting Scholar, University of Florida, 2003
    • MNO1001, Management and Organisation
    • MNO2007, Leadership and Ethics
    • Werkgemeeschap van Onderzoekers in de Arbeids-& Organisatiepsychologie
    • Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
    • Member, Kurt Lewin Institute
    • Associate van Sociaal-Psychologisch Onderzoekers
    • American Psychological Association
    • Academy of Management
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