Organizacionnaâ psihologiâ (Organizational Psychology)

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2020. Vol. 10. No. 2. P. 6–7 [issue contents]
We present our journal’s new edition Issue #2, 2020.

Five articles with a variety of topics present section “Research in organizational psychology”. The methodological principles of psychological research are discussed in the article “Methodology of organizational social capital research: approaches of scientific studies” by L. Pochebut, V. Chiker and N. Volkova. Questions of organizational justice and its role in lecturers’ work engagement or in the perception of organizational vertical conflict are outlined in articles “Exploring organizational justice inVietnam universities: a study of effects on lecturers’ work engagement” by L. Le, N. Thu, N. Dung and “The contribution of social beliefs and situational factors in support of the one of the parts’ intention to protectown interests in the organizational vertical conflict” by Е. Ulybina and A. Filippova. Article “The levels and components of employee identity in the organization” by A. Sidorenkov, W. Stroh and D. Shtilnikov is devoted to the possibilities of multi-level analysis of organizational identity. The problem of the negative impact of the profession on the individual is raised in the article “Professional personality deformation of internal affairs employees of various departments” by Ya. Korneeva and N. Simonova.

In section “Organizational psychology in practice” you will learn about case of implementation of changes in organization culture in article “Model of professional culture of safety at work place development at Gazprom transgas Yekaterinburg, LLC” by our collegues from Yekaterinburg – K. Barannikov, V. Vedernikov and F. Ismagilova.

Section “Reviews” presents article “Psychological characteristics of the organizational behavior of Wikipedia online volunteers: a theoretical review” by E. Bryzgalin, A. Voiskounsky and S. Kozlovskiy.

Section “First Steps” presents three articles by our young colleagues. The topic of group resiliencein the organization is discussed in article “Development of theoretical model for collective resilience” by A. Chigrina, K. Bagrationi and T. Nestik. The topic of corruption is raised in the article “The perceptions about corruption and corrupt behavior among public servants” by O. Dubrovina, K. Volodina and A. Yershova. An attempt to identify age-related patterns in the infallibility of professional activity is made in article “Consciousness and error-free performance: The research of ratio of the formation of regulatory processes with the professional accuracy of rail crews” by V. Bogdanova and V. Serikov.

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