Helen Pluut is assistant professor at the Department of Business Studies since September 2016. She is engaged in research projects in the field of organisational psychology.
Before moving to Leiden University in September 2016, dr. Helen Pluut was a Visiting Fellow at the National University of Singapore for one year. She defended her dissertation at Tilburg University early 2016. In her doctoral work, she focused on different forms of inter-role conflict. She earned her bachelor degree in Organization Studies at Tilburg University and finished the Research Master in Social and Behavioral Sciences at the same university.
Dr. Pluut’s research examines numerous areas related to organizational behavior and psychology, such as job attitudes, moods and emotions, eu(stress), motivation, organizational citizenship behaviors, work-family interface, and group dynamics. Her work has been published in scholarly journals such as European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology and British Journal of Psychology. Her current projects focus mostly on how job demands influence employees’ family lives and to what extent social support allows employees to improve their work-family balance. She is also interested in examining psychological phenomena in the context of organizational crisis. Dr. Pluut teaches the courses People & Organizations and Negotiation & Mediation at the Leiden Law School.
- Rotshuizen E.J. & Pluut H. (2019), Presentatie 'Factoren die een rol spelen bij het denken over rechtvaardige vermogensverdeling' (Lecture). Leiden: Universiteit Leiden.
- Darouei M. & Pluut H. (2018), The paradox of being on the glass cliff: why do women accept risky leadership positions?, Career Development International 23(4): 397-426.
- Ilies R., Lanaj K., Pluut H. & Goh Z.W.C. (2018), Intrapersonal and interpersonal need fulfillment at work: Differential antecedents and incremental validity in explaining job satisfaction and citizenship behavior, Journal of Vocational Behavior 108: 151-164.
- Pluut H., Ilies R., Curşeu P.L. & Liu Y. (2018), Social support at work and at home: Dual-buffering effects in the work-family conflict process, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 146: 1-13.
- Curseu P.L. & Pluut H. (2018), A systematic investigation of absorptive capacity and external information search in groups: Implications for group cognition, Team Performance Management: An International Journal 24(7/8): 411-434.
- Boom W.H. van, Pluut H. & Rest J.I. van der (2018), Burgers over burgerlijk recht: Hoe gewone mensen denken over het toedelen van verantwoordelijkheden en verdelen van schade in civielrechtelijke casus, Ars Aequi 67(2): 105-123.
- Pluut H., Büttgen M. & Ullrich J. (2018), Spousal influence on employees’ career paths in dual ladder systems: a dyadic model, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 27(6): 777-792.
- Boom W.H. van, Pluut H. & Rest J.I. van der (2017), Feiten van algemene bekendheid en ervaringsregels – een empirisch vervolg, Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Burgerlijk Recht 34(6 / 26): 176-183.
- Lin J., Ilies R., Pluut H. & Pan S-Y. (2017), You are a helpful co-worker, but do you support your spouse? A resource-based work-family model of helping and support provision, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 138: 45–58.
- Pluut H. (6 January 2016), A balanced examination of inter-role conflict (PhD thesis. Department of Organization Studies, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Tilburg University). Supervisor(s) and Co-supervisor(s): Meeus M.T.H., Curseu P.L., Ilies R.
- Ullrich J., Pluut H. & Büttgen M. (2015), Gender differences in the family-relatedness of relocation decisions, Journal of Vocational Behavior 90: 1-12.
- Curseu P.L., Meslec M.N., Pluut H. & Lucas G.J.M. (2015), Cognitive synergy in groups and group-to-individual transfer of decision-making competencies, Frontiers in Psychology 6(1375).
- Ilies R., Pluut H. & Aw S.S.Y. (2015), Studying employee well-being: Moving forward, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 24(6): 848-852.
- Ilies R., Aw S.S.Y. & Pluut H. (2015), Intraindividual models of employee well-being: What have we learned and where do we go from here?, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 24(6): 827-838.
- Curseu P.L., Pluut H., Boros S. & Meslec M.N. (2015), The magic of collective emotional intelligence in learning groups: No guys needed for the spell!, British Journal of Psychology 106(2): 217-234.
- Pluut H., Curseu P.L. & Ilies R. (2015), Social and study related stressors and resources among university entrants: Effects on well-being and academic performance, Learning and Individual Differences 37: 262-268.
- Pluut H., Flestea A.M. & Curseu P.L. (2014), Multiple team membership: A demand or resource for employees?, Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 18(4): 333-348.
- Pluut H. & Curseu P.L. (2013), The role of diversity of life experiences in fostering collaborative creativity in demographically diverse student groups, Thinking Skills and Creativity 9: 16-23.
- Pluut H. & Curseu P.L. (2013), Perceptions of intragroup conflict: The effect of coping strategies on conflict transformation and escalation, Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 16(4): 412-425.
- Curseu P.L. & Pluut H. (2013), Student groups as learning entities: The effect of group diversity and teamwork quality on groups’ cognitive complexity, Studies in Higher Education 38(1): 87-103.
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