HUM-196: Values, Beliefs and Attitudes (VALCREAC)

The research group advances the study and knowledge of values, beliefs and attitudes related to various behaviours. These include behaviours related to the protection of the environment, as well as those undertaken in the organisational and/or work context, including their repercussions on the health and well-being of employees.

The main lines of research are:

  • Values, beliefs and attitudes related to ecological and/or pro-environmental behaviour:
    • Psychosocial factors motivating environmental collective action.
    • Analysis of the determinants of individual environmental protection behaviours.
    • Psychosocial consequences of climate change: eco-anxiety
  • Values, beliefs and attitudes related to work behaviour:
    • Antecedents and consequences of work-family conflict and work-family enrichment from a cross-cultural perspective.
    • Work-family conflict, burnout and depression.
    • Chronic burnout and engagement (high involvement, commitment and enthusiasm for work) over time: negative and positive effects on health and well-being at work.
    • Psychosocial and academic factors related to burnout and engagement in university students.
    • Gender and gender role orientation in work behaviours and their consequences on health and well-being.
    • Normative model of women's brain drain to the home: analysis and proposals for intervention from labour public policies.

Coordinator: Antonia Calvo Salguero |