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Baltasar González-Anta

Baltasar González-Anta
University of Valencia | UV · Instituto Universitario de Investigación en Psicología de los Recursos Humanos, del Desarrollo organizacional y de la Calidad de Vida Laboral (IDOCAL)

PhD in Psychology


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Baltasar Gonzalez currently works at the Instituto Universitario de Investigación en Psicología de los Recursos Humanos, del Desarrollo organizacional y de la Calidad de Vida Laboral (IDOCAL) , University of Valencia. Juan does research in Applied Psychology, Social Psychology and Organizational Psychology. Their current project is 'virtual teams and virtual communities.'
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September 2017 - September 2021
University of Valencia
  • PhD Student


Publications (7)
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The aim of this study was twofold. First, we examined the relationship between virtual teams' emotional intelligence composition and three indicators of their members' well-being, members' satisfaction with the team, and positive and negative affective states. Second, we analyzed the moderator role of an online team emotional management interventio...
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Detección de necesidades formativas: definición, modelos de aplicación y metodologías de aplicación a través de organismos públicos. ISBN: 978-84-18329-17-3
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A disruptive digitalization recently occurred that led to the fast adoption of virtual teams. However, membership diversity and team virtuality threaten members’ well-being, especially if faultlines appear (i.e., subgroups). Considering the job demands–resources model and the role of group affect in shaping members’ perceptions of well-being, we te...
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PROBLEM: Virtual teams with faultlines face challenges due to their dispersion, diversity, and virtuality, which can diminish their performance. To resolve this issue, team emotional management (TEM) interventions foster teams’ collaboration capability, that is, the team’s ability to build and manage relationships based on trust, commitment, and co...
Introduction: As the number of virtual teams increases, it is important to find out how companies can modify their functioning and outcomes. This study investigates the influence of an emotional management intervention on virtual teams' processes and results. To do so, an input-mediator-output model with 2 mediators, affective and cognitive, is pro...
The aim of this study was to analyze the effect of an online affect management intervention on relationship conflict through the rate of growth of team resilience in virtual teams with diversity faultlines. Fifty-two 4-person teams participated in a randomized controlled trial design with repeated measures (i.e., three measurement occasions). Teams...
Virtual communities (VCs) have become essential in current organizations and society, and so their sustainability is a topic of interest for researchers and practitioners. We focus on the sense of virtual community (SoVC) and commitment as relevant antecedents in achieving the success and maintenance of different types of VCs (communities of intere...


Question (1)
I have a moderated mediation analysis with a categorical variable with 3 levels as moderator (variable W on the diagram). I want to compare all the three groups with each other, there is not a "control group". To do so I created two dummy variables (group 1 vs group 2, and 1 vs 3) and calculated the results. Then I recoded the three groups to have a dummy variable comparing the missing groups (2 vs 3) and calculated the results of this last one. Do you think it is right our there could be a better way to do it?, and if it is, could you provide me a reference or some published example?.
I've been looking for a sample paper that did the same that I've done and although statistically speaking is not wrong, I hadn't find any example yet.


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