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Dr Hans-Joachim Wolfram

Dipl.-Psych (BSc, MSc), Dr. rer. nat. (PhD), CPsychol
Associate Professor in Work Psychology

KHBS304 Kingston Business School
Kingston University
Kingston Hill
Kingston Upon Thames

020 8417 9000 Ext: 65 571


Hans studied Psychology and Cultural Studies at the Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany. He received his PhD from the University of Leipzig, Germany in the area of Work and Organisational Psychology and Social Psychology. Furthermore, he acquired a psychotherapeutic qualification in Logotherapy/Existential Analysis. Before joining Kingston University in 2008, Hans conducted research at the University of Leipzig, Germany and for London Business School.


Hans reviews manuscripts for journals such as 'European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology', 'Gender, Work and Organization', and 'British Journal of Management'.

Research Interest(s)

Hans' main areas of interest are occupational well-being, gender in the workplace, and social psychology perspectives within organisational settings (e.g., stereotyping). For more specific examples, please see list of recent publications below.


Work Psychology and Organisational Behaviour at Undergraduate and Postgraduate level

Research Methods at Postgraduate level


Associate Fellow, British Psychological Society

Member, British Academy of Management (special interest group 'Gender in Management')

Member, Diversity and Inclusion Research Unit (DIRU), Kingston Business School []

Recent Publications

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Number of items: 10.


Wolfram, Hans-Joachim and Gratton, Lynda (2014) Gender role self-concept, categorical gender, and transactional-transformational leadership: implications for perceived workgroup performance. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 21(4), pp. 338-353. ISSN (print) 1548-0518

Wolfram, Hans-Joachim and Gratton, Lynda (2014) Spillover between work and home, role importance and life satisfaction. British Journal of Management, 25(1), pp. 77-90. ISSN (print) 1045-3172

Wolfram, Hans-Joachim and Mohr, Gisela (2010) Gender-typicality of economic sectors and gender-composition of working groups as moderating variables in leadership research. Gender in Management, 25(4), pp. 320-339. ISSN (print) 1754-2413

Mohr, Gisela and Wolfram, Hans-Joachim (2010) Stress among managers: the importance of dynamic tasks, predictability, and social support in unpredictable times. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 15(2), pp. 167-179. ISSN (print) 1076-8998

Wolfram, Hans-Joachim, Mohr, Gisela and Borchert, Jenni (2009) Gender role self-concept, gender-role conflict, and well-being in male primary school teachers. Sex Roles, 60(1-2), pp. 114-127. ISSN (print) 0360-0025

Wolfram, Hans-Joachim and Mohr, Gisela (2009) Transformational leadership, team goal fulfillment, and follower work satisfaction: the moderating effects of deep-level similarity in leadership dyads. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 15(3), pp. 260-274. ISSN (print) 1548-0518

Mohr, Gisela and Wolfram, Hans-Joachim (2008) Leadership and effectiveness in the context of gender: the role of leaders' verbal behaviour. British Journal of Management, 19(1), pp. 4-16. ISSN (print) 1045-3172

Schyns, Birgit and Wolfram, Hans-Joachim (2008) The relationship between leader-member exchange and outcomes as rated by leaders and followers. Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 29(7), pp. 631-646. ISSN (print) 0143-7739

Schröter, Melani and Wolfram, Hans-Joachim (2007) Der Einfluss geschlechtsrollenkongruenten und -diskrepanten Gesprächsverhaltens auf die Personwahrnehmung [The impact of gender role congruent vs. discrepant communication behaviour on impression formation]. Zeitschrift für Angewandte Linguistik, 46, pp. 19-40.

Wolfram, Hans-Joachim, Mohr, Gisela and Schyns, Birgit (2007) Professional respect for female and male leaders: influential gender-relevant factors. Women in Management Review, 22(1), pp. 19-32. ISSN (print) 0964-9425

This list was generated on Wed Jun 28 05:01:07 2017 BST.

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