TSBE SEMINAR | Subjective Well-Being, Stress, Work and Maternity in Brazilian Women

Summary

Start Date

5th Feb 2016 2:00pm

End Date

5th Feb 2016 2:00pm


Tasmanian School of Business and Economics (TSBE) Research Seminar Series 2016

The Management discipline group invites you to join us for a seminar presented by:

Samantha Correia, researcher at Positive Psychology Center of Study, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Subjective Well-Being, Stress, Work and Maternity in Brazliam Women.

Venue: Room 405, Centenary Building (Hobart) and D131 (Newnham)


Abstract

The project aims to study the relations between work and maternity and the level of flow, subjective well-being and stress in Brazilian women. The project consists in three studies: a systematic review of studies that use any psychological instrument to measure tress, the translation, adaption and validity of LONG Dispositional Flow Scale - DFS-2 - General (Jackson, Eklund & Martin, 2010) and a third study titled Flow, Subjective Well-Being, Stress, Work and Maternity in Brazilian Women.

Speaker Bio

Samantha Amélia de  Souza Costa Correia

Psychologist CRP07/23875

Specialist in Psychological Assessment and Human Resources

Student at Master Program in Psychology of Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)

Researcher at Positive Psychology Center of Study - UFRGS

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