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Although soft skills training is called for by many scholars and managers, empirical studies on concrete training programs are scarce and do not always have the methodological rigor that is necessary to draw meaningful conclusions about their impact. In the present research, we investigate the effects of a new soft skills metacognition training pro...
When the notion of soft skills appeared in 1972, one of the main conclusions was that soft skills are essential, but insufficiently observed, known and assessed. Fifty years later, the extensive literature about soft skills still struggles to find agreement on a definition of soft skills, besides their cross-functionality and their opposition to ha...
The links between soft skills, adaptation and performance are widely recognized, but the psychological mechanisms underlying these links have not yet been examined precisely, especially given that the definition and content of soft skills remain unclear. This research begins by gathering the consensual elements on soft skills to propose an updated...
Based on social cognitive theory, we propose that self-efficacy is a personal resource that protects people from the impact of confinement in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. In a longitudinal study where 197 French citizens were surveyed over 8 weeks of confinement (though only 25 participants responded each of these 8 weeks), we examined the...
Management of travelers' cognitive load is crucial for efficient information processing for optimal railway operations. We investigated variations in travelers' cognitive load with different expertise levels, in a field study. We aimed to assess the use of three eye metrics: pupil diameter, saccade amplitude and gaze of fixation duration for cognit...
21st Conference of the European Society for cognitive psychology, 2019 (Tenerife, ES) (https://escop2019.webs.ull.es/)