Let us present to you, the second speaker at jSchool 2017, Zvonimir Galic. We are more than excited to welcome him at jSchool 2017 in Croatia.
Zvonimir Galic is an Associate Professor of work and organisational psychology at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. His research has been published in outlets such as Journal of Vocational Behavior, Journal of Personality Assessment, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, Journal of Personnel Psychology, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, and Journal of Economic Psychology. He was Fulbright’s Visiting Scholar at Purdue University in the U.S. (ac. year 2012/13). Currently, he is working on a project of development and validation of measurement procedures that capture automatic processes in personality (i.e., System 1 in personality).
Well known in judgment and decision making literature, the distinction between the two systems of cognitive processes can also be applied to the field of personality. While System 2 (i.e., explicit, conscious processes) research dominates the field, some recent developments in implicit social cognition have provided us with potentially valuable tools for measurement of implicit, automatic personality processes (i.e., System 1). During his lecture, he will present two paradigms for implicit personality measurement (conditional reasoning tests and the Implicit Association Tests for self-concept measurement) and describe the research programme that tested their validities in predicting various outcomes.