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2023. Vol. 13. No. 2. P. 7–8 [issue contents]
We present our journal’s new edition Issue No. 2, 2023

In the “Research in Organizational Psychology” section you will find five articles from around the world. The article by a team of Russian authors led by O. O. Gofman presents the results of a study of the psychophysiological state of future teachers in the field of physical culture and their ability to mental self-regulation. The study of the connection between alexithymia and counterproductive behavior in the workplace is the subject of a study by the Turkish author D. I. Ucok. Organizational citizen behavioras a step towards the effective engagement of bank employees became the focus of study in an articleby Indian researcher M. Dey. A qualitative study of occupational stress in the hospitality and tourism industry during the COVID-19 pandemic is presented in the article by A. Ayari from Bahrain. Ethiopian researchers led by A. Desta studied the relationship between aspects of human capital management and employee engagement, perceived organizational support, and employees’ self-assessment of their performance.

The sector “Organizational psychological practice” includes three articles by Russian authors. Moscow researchers led by K. V. Reshetnikova concluded that the levels of mastery of universal and digital skills among employees of Russian hotels are not interconnected. An article by another Moscow team of authors led by A. N. Gusev is devoted to proving the possibility of automated evaluation of video interviews in hiring based on facial expressions. The methodology for transforming the personnel potential of a research institute of a machine-building enterprise is presented in the article by A. V. Mitenkov and I. V. Tikhonova-Bykodorova.

The “Reviews” section presents an article by an international team of authors led by N. L. Ivanova. In conditions of uncertainty and socio-economic changes, the so-called universal professionals are of increasing interest, demonstrating a focus on a wide range of tasks they solve and activities they perform. A theoretical review of the authors is devoted to describing the features of the career of generalists in modern organizations and education.

In the “First Steps” section you will find three articles. The student team from St. Petersburg in their study examined the nature of the relationship between family, work and subjective well-beingin working women, depending on their preferred strategies for coping with stress. Turkish authors N. Şenbursa and A. Tehci, using the example of employees of a ship owning company, considered the mediating role of satisfaction and work experience in the relationship between internal marketing and employees’ perception of organizational effectiveness. Pakistani authors M. S. Chughtai and Y. Khalid found in their study that creative self-efficacy partially mediates the relationship between a learning organization and the innovative work behavior of its employees.

Under the heading “Organizational psychology in dialogues and discussions”, an article by St. Petersburg colleagues headed by S. D. Gurieva was published, which raises the problem of changing the social space of an employee in an organization under the condition of remote work in a virtual office.

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