Benjamin Korman

E-Mail: korman@respectresearchgroup.org

Benjamin Korman ist Doktorand an der Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) an der Erasmus Universität in Kooperation mit der Kühne Logistics University bei Prof. Dr. Christian Tröster und Prof. Dr. Steffen R. Giessner im Bereich Leadership und Organizational Behavior. In seiner Forschung beschäftigt er sich damit, wie sich Vergleiche zwischen Mitarbeitern, z.B. aufgrund von unterschiedlicher Behandlung von Führungskräften, auf deren positives und negatives Verhalten gegenüber einander auswirken.

Benjamin Korman hat Biopsychologie an der University of Santa Barbara, California in den USA (2008 – 2012) und Kognitive Neurowissenschaft an der Universiteit Leiden in den Niederlanden (2012 – 2014) studiert.

Journal Artikel:

Askren, M., McAllister-Day, T., Koh, N., Mestre, Z., Dines, J., & Korman, B. et al. (2016). Using Make for Reproducible and Parallel Neuroimaging Workflow and Quality-Assurance. Frontiers In Neuroinformatics10. doi: 10.3389/fninf.2016.00002

Konferenzpräsentationen:

  • Korman, B. A., Tröster, C. Giessner, S. (2019). LMXSC and employees’ paradoxical coworker-directed behaviors: A Multiple mediation model involving pride. Presented at the 2nd Interdisciplinary Conference on Morality and Immorality, Hamburg, Germany, December 5th – 6th.
  • Korman, B. A., Tröster, C. Giessner, S. (2019). The Consequences of Incongruent Abusive Supervision. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, USA, August 9th – 13th.
  • Korman, B. A., Tröster, C. Giessner, S. (2019). The Consequences of Incongruent Abusive Supervision. Presented at the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Conference, Turin, Italy, May 29th – June 1st.
  • Korman, B. A., Tröster, C. Giessner, S. (2019). The Consequences of Incongruent Abusive Supervision. Presented at the Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Leadership Symposium, Corfu, Greece, May 16th – 18th.

  • Awarded funding via an Outbound Study Grant by Leiden University (2013)
  • Master Thesis Nominated by Leiden University for the „Annual Dutch M.Sc. Thesis Award for Cognitive Neurosciences“ (2014)
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