Professor Karin Moser


NameProfessor Karin Moser
Job titleProfessor
Organisational UnitManagement, Marketing and People
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-0120-9327

Research outputs

No two gangs are alike: The digital divide in street gangs’ differential adaptations to social media

Whittaker, A, Densley, J and Moser, KS (2020). No two gangs are alike: The digital divide in street gangs’ differential adaptations to social media. Computers in Human Behavior. 110, pp. 106403-106403.

Studying Consumer Behavior in an Online Context: The Impact of the Evolution of the World Wide Web for New Avenues in Research

Moser, Karin and Martinez-Ruiz, Maria Pilar (2019). Studying Consumer Behavior in an Online Context: The Impact of the Evolution of the World Wide Web for New Avenues in Research. Frontiers in Psychology. 10 (2731).

Professional Status and Norm Violation in Email Collaboration

Axtell, C.M., Moser, K. and McGoldrick, J. (2019). Professional Status and Norm Violation in Email Collaboration. Team Performance Management.

Antecedents of team innovation in health care teams

Moser, K, Dawson, JF and West, MA (2018). Antecedents of team innovation in health care teams. Creativity and Innovation Management.

To share or not to share knowledge – that’s the decision! The influence of feedback and expert status in knowledge sharing dilemmas

Moser, K (2018). To share or not to share knowledge – that’s the decision! The influence of feedback and expert status in knowledge sharing dilemmas. Models to Decisions 2018 Conference. University of Cambridge, UK 11 - 14 Jun 2018

Collaboration Time Influences Information-Sharing at Work

Moser, KS and Kaemmer, J (2017). Collaboration Time Influences Information-Sharing at Work. Team Performance Management.

The Influence of Feedback and Expert Status in Knowledge Sharing Dilemmas

Moser, KS (2017). The Influence of Feedback and Expert Status in Knowledge Sharing Dilemmas. Applied Psychology.

Enhancing Ministry & Improving Clergy Well-Being: Exploring the impact of Bowen’s Systems Coaching on the Work-Related Psychological Health of Clergy

Kissell, K, Moser, KS and Dubowski, J (2017). Enhancing Ministry & Improving Clergy Well-Being: Exploring the impact of Bowen’s Systems Coaching on the Work-Related Psychological Health of Clergy. British Psychological Society: Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference. Stratford Upon Avon, UK 07 - 08 Jul 2017

The Challenges of Digitalization in Higher Education Teaching

Moser, KS (2016). The Challenges of Digitalization in Higher Education Teaching. in: Zimmermann, T, Jütte, W and Horvath, F (ed.) University Continuing Education: Facts and Future (Arenen der Weiterbildung) Bern, Switzerland HEP Verlag. pp. 93-100

Group Norms in Virtual Work: New Directions

Moser, K and Axtell, C (2016). Group Norms in Virtual Work: New Directions. 2016 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Anaheim, California, USA 05 - 09 Aug 2016 doi:10.5465/AMBPP.2016.15106symposium

Status Effects on Reactions to Communication Norm Violations

Axtell, C and Moser, KS (2016). Status Effects on Reactions to Communication Norm Violations. Management, AO (ed.) Academy of Management 2016 Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA, USA 05 - 09 Aug 2016 AoM.

The Role of Context in Virtual Work

Moser, KS, Vartiainen, M and Cramton, C (2015). The Role of Context in Virtual Work. Academy of Management Proceedings. 2015 (1), pp. 13582-13582.

The Role of Context in Virtual Work

Moser, KS, Vartiainen, MA and Cramton, C (2015). The Role of Context in Virtual Work. Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings. 2015 (Jan), pp. 13582-13582.

The Role of Norms in Virtual Work: A Review and Agenda for Future Research

Moser, KS and Axtell, C (2013). The Role of Norms in Virtual Work: A Review and Agenda for Future Research. Journal of Personnel Psychology. 12 (1), pp. 1-6.

Only a click away? – What makes virtual meetings, emails and outsourcing successful

Moser, KS (2013). Only a click away? – What makes virtual meetings, emails and outsourcing successful. Management Articles of the Year. 2013, pp. 25-30.

Psychological processing of transplantation in lung recipients: A quantitative study of organ integration and the relationship to the donor

Goetzmann, L, Irani, S, Moser, KS, Schwegler, K, Stamm, M, Spindler, A, Buddeberg, C, Boehler, A and Klaghofer, R (2010). Psychological processing of transplantation in lung recipients: A quantitative study of organ integration and the relationship to the donor. British Journal of Health Psychology. 14 (4), pp. 667-680.

Knowledge management and team innovation: understanding the team processes underlying high innovativeness

Moser, KS, Dawson, JF and West, MA (2009). Knowledge management and team innovation: understanding the team processes underlying high innovativeness. Academy of Management Proceedings 2009. Chicago, USA 06 - 11 Aug 2009 Chicago Academy of Management. doi:10.5465/AMBPP.2009.44277990

'Medikamente sind Bomben' - zum Metapherngebrauch von Lungentransplantations-Patienten mit guter oder ungenügender Compliance

Goetzmann, L, Moser, KS, Vetsch, E, Grieder, E, Naef, R, Russi, EW, Buddeberg, C and Boehler, A (2009). 'Medikamente sind Bomben' - zum Metapherngebrauch von Lungentransplantations-Patienten mit guter oder ungenügender Compliance. Zeitschrift für Medizinische Psychologie. 18 (2), pp. 72-80.

Managing experts by managing diversity: Individual motivations for sharing expertise in work teams

Moser, KS (2009). Managing experts by managing diversity: Individual motivations for sharing expertise in work teams. Academy of Management Proceedings 2009.

The interplay of 'big five' personality factors and metaphorical schemas - a pilot study with 20 lung transplantat recipients

Goetzmann, L, Moser, KS, Vetsch, E, Grieder, E, Klaghofer, R, Naef, R, Russi, EW, Boehler, A and Buddeberg, C (2007). The interplay of 'big five' personality factors and metaphorical schemas - a pilot study with 20 lung transplantat recipients. The Qualitative Report. 12 (3), pp. 397-413.

Metaphors as symbolic environment of the self: How self-knowledge is expressed verbally

Moser, KS (2007). Metaphors as symbolic environment of the self: How self-knowledge is expressed verbally. Current Research in Social Psychology. 12, pp. 151-178.

The effect of reward interdependence on cooperation and information-sharing intentions

Moser, KS and Wodzicki, K (2007). The effect of reward interdependence on cooperation and information-sharing intentions. Swiss Journal of Psychology. 66, pp. 117-127.

What do patients think after lung-transplantation about their self, body, and social network? A quantitative analysis of categorical interview data

Goetzmann, L, Moser, KS, Vetsch, E, Klaghofer, R, Naef, R, Russi, EW, Buddeberg, C and Boehler, A (2006). What do patients think after lung-transplantation about their self, body, and social network? A quantitative analysis of categorical interview data. GMS Psycho-Social-Medicine. 3, pp. 1-9.

Rollenverhalten in der Kommunikation und Grounding-Prozesse

Moser, KS (2005). Rollenverhalten in der Kommunikation und Grounding-Prozesse. in: Porschen, S and Bolte, A (ed.) Zugänge zu kooperativer Arbeit. Analysen zum Kooperationshandeln in Arbeitssituationen Munich, Germany ISF München. pp. 85-92

Development and validity of a new domain-specific scale for the measurement of work-related collective efficacy

Moser, KS, Schaffner, D and Heinle, M (2005). Development and validity of a new domain-specific scale for the measurement of work-related collective efficacy. Zeitschrift fur Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie. 49 (2), pp. 85-91.

The role of metaphors in acquiring and transmitting knowledge

Moser, KS (2004). The role of metaphors in acquiring and transmitting knowledge. in: Fischer, M, Boreham, N and Nyhan, B (ed.) European perspectives on learning at work. The acquisition of work process knowledge Luxembourg Cedefop Reference Series 56. pp. 148-163

Metaphernforschung in der Kognitiven Psychologie und in der Sozialpsychologie - eine Review

Moser, KS (2001). Metaphernforschung in der Kognitiven Psychologie und in der Sozialpsychologie - eine Review. Journal für Psychologie. Themenschwerpunkt 'Die Metapher in der Psychologie', pp. 17-34.

Metaphor analysis in psychology - method, theory, and fields of application

Moser, KS (2000). Metaphor analysis in psychology - method, theory, and fields of application. Forum: Qualitative Social Research (on-line journal). 1 (2).
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