The Learning research line is coordinated by Marjolein Caniëls and its main aim is to improve our understanding of learning processes in individuals, groups and organizations. Research topics that are addressed in this research line are: learning processes from employees, within organizational teams and between organizations; learning in networks of organizations; learning by individuals via automated feedback and virtual labs; social learning by stakeholders.
The research line has defined three subprogrammes:
Proost, K., Germeys, F. & Vanderstukken, A (2020). Applicants’ pre-test reactions towards video interviews: The role of expected chances to demonstrate potential and to use nonverbal cues. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology.
Curseu, P. L., Semeijn, J. H. & Nikolova, I., (2020) Career challenges in smart cities: A sociotechnical systems view on sustainable careers. Human Relations.
Gerlak, A. K., Heikkila, T., Smolinski, S. L., Huitema, D., & Armitage, D. (2017). Learning our way out of environmental policy problems: a review of the scholarship. Policy Sciences, 1-37.
Van der Heijden, B.I.J.M., Gorgievski, M.J., & De Lange, A.H. (2015). Learning at the workplace and sustainable employability: a multi-source model moderated by age. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 25(1), 13-30.
Tabuenca, B., Kalz, M., Drachsler, H., & Specht, M. (2015). Time Will Tell: The role of mobile learning analytics in self-regulated learning. Computers & Education, 89, 53-74.
de Jong, J. P., Curşeu, P. L., & Leenders, R. T. A. (2014). When do bad apples not spoil the barrel? Negative relationships in teams, team performance, and buffering mechanisms. Journal of Applied Psychology, 99(3), 514.
Other program research lines
The programme Learning and Innovation in Resilient Systems consists of three research lines. The other research lines are: