Gloria Castaño

Gloria Castaño
Complutense University of Madrid | UCM · Faculty of Psychology. Department of social work and differential Psychology

PhD Psychology

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Introduction
Gloria Castaño currently works at the Faculty of Psychology. Department of Social Psychology, Work Psychology and individual differences. Complutense University of Madrid. Gloria does research in Work and organizational Psychology, Positive Psychology and Differential Psychology. Their current project is 'Mentoring in academic context' and 'Assessment and Personnel Selection'.
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June 2014 - March 2016
Complutense University of Madrid
Position
  • Vice Dean for Institutional Relations and International Affairs

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Publications (38)
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This paper portrays the findings of a joint mixed-method exploratory Survey (JIPS) carried out among 85 European Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in 18 countries. Its aims are to identify common problematic issues in European internationalization Higher Education strategic designs and practices, through exploring the perceptions of internationa...
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With Internet games increasingly prevailing among adolescents over the last decade, Internet gaming addiction (IGA) draws more and more attention from scholars and practitioners, and a consolidating line of research has linked some psychological factors to IGA. To contribute to the understanding of the mechanism underlying the effect of self-discre...
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The purpose of this study is to know the evolution of trust with mentors and satisfaction during a mentoring program at the university context, as well as the perceptions of the agents involved. The participants were 181 mentors and 678 mentees from fourteen faculties of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. The condition for participating in the...
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Purpose – This study aimed to examine the boundary conditions under which teaching‌‌–research conflict influences university teachers'‌‌‌ job burnout. Methods – Data from 487 teachers of three universities in China were analyzed with structural equation modeling and other statistical approaches.‌ Findings – (a) Teaching–research conflict was positi...
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This study examined the relationship between teaching–research conflict and job burnout among university teachers and the moderating role of perceived supervisor support (PSS) and psychological capital (PsyCap) in this relationship. Using a cross‐sectional design, data were collected from a convenience sample of 488 university teachers in China. Hi...
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The measure created by H. Li offers a useful tool for investigating justice perceptions among team members or peer justice climate; however, more research is required to confirm its structure in lieu of competing models. This study provides evidence for the three-dimensional structure of peer justice climate within a multiethnic context and explore...
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The measure created by H. Li offers a useful tool for investigating justice perceptions among team members or peer justice climate; however, more research is required to confirm its structure in lieu of competing models. This study provides evidence for the three-dimensional structure of peer justice climate within a multiethnic context and explore...
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Purpose To fill the previous research gap, focusing on two constructs, i.e. perceived supervisor support (PSS) and psychological capital (PsyCap), this study aims to explore the mechanism underlying the relationship between teaching–research conflict (TRC) and job burnout among university teachers using the lens of job demands–resources (JD-R) mode...
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El propósito de este estudio es conocer la evolución de la confianza con el mentor y la satisfacción a lo largo del programa de mentoría y las diferencias en las percepciones de los agentes implicados. En el estudio participan 181 mentores y 678 telémacos de catorce facultades de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. La condición para participar en...
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Los modelos de competencias laborales son listados con las características personales y comportamientos que se consideran necesarios para mostrar un desempeño efectivo en el puesto de trabajo (Bartram, 2005; Lucia y Lepsinger, 1999; Mansfield, 1996; Mirabile, 1997; Rodriguez, Patel, Bright, Gregory y Gowing, 2002; Shippmann et al., 2000; SIOP, 2003...
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How do we wish to structure the universities of tomorrow? There is probably no single response to this question, but it is possible to make a contribution from the work psychology perspective that offers ways and mean to achieve higher quality in university teaching. The aim of this chapter is to describe various educational innovation activities,...
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We explored the effects of perceptions of supervisor support and organizational justice on affective commitment among 420 university teachers at 5 universities in China. Structural equation modeling and bootstrapping analysis were used to test our hypotheses. The results showed that university teachers’ perception of organizational justice positive...
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Purpose The purpose of this study is to explore the relationship between leadership styles, psychological capital and job engagement. Design/methodology/approach Data were collected among knowledge workers working no less than 1 year in three high-tech enterprises in Henan Province, China. The investigation was conducted with the cooperation from...
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Introducción Con más de 200.000 personas evaluadas desde su publicación, el test compeTEA (Arribas y Pereña, 2009) se ha convertido en un referente nacional e internacional para la evaluación psicométrica de las competencias laborales en el ámbito de los RR.HH. (Arribas, 2016). Se trata de un cuestionario que consta de 170 elementos a contestar en...
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Over the course of a professional career, different transformations and changes often depend on two fundamental aspects: attaining a high level of self-knowledge, and establishing clearly defined aims and goals. This involves finding the answer to two questions: who we are, and what we want. Nonetheless, on many occasions individuals' fears prevent...
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In the last two decades anatomists have carried out research into students' reactions, both physiological and emotional, to dissection. This research has mainly been carried out in English-speaking countries. The objective of the study is to investigate these reactions in a group of Spanish students. Given the scope and volume of data being analyze...
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La herramienta Psicoscreen, desarrollada por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid y el Instituto Regional de de Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo, permite evaluar los riesgos psicosociales. La novedad de la herramienta es que se cumplimenta por los Técnicos en PRL únicamente. Consta de 109 elementos agrupados en 13 factores: Exigencias del Tiempo, Co...
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According to Schwartz and Bilsky, values are “concepts or beliefs, about desirable end-states or behaviors, that transcend specific situations, guide selection or evaluation of behavior and events and are ordered by relative importance.” Keywords: Shalom H. Schwartz; self and identity
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Among the 10 values elaborated by, benevolence is defined by the preservation and strengthening of others’ wellbeing. Behaviors associated with benevolence are help, honesty, not being resentful, loyalty, forgiving, friendship, and responsibility. This particular value has a direct correspondence to the three requirements mentioned above, as it lin...
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Stimulation is the constant search for new challenges and novelty.
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In the work of, conformity is the restraint of actions and impulses that may upset or hurt the group or society and that violate the social rules and social expectations. Values such as obedience, self-discipline, and courtesy are linked to conformity. These self-restriction demands are engraved in the social structure and moral systems of each soc...
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This study presents the design, effect and utility of using audiovisual material containing real images of dissected human cadavers as an innovative educational strategy (IES) in the teaching of Human Anatomy. The goal is to familiarize students with the practice of dissection and to transmit the importance and necessity of this discipline, while m...
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In the present study, the efficacy of a formal mentoring program applied to fourth and fifth year students of the Psychology Faculty of the Complutense University is assessed. In this program, fifth-year students took on the role of mentors and fourth-year students, the role of mentees. To assess the efficacy, the group of mentors was compared with...
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In the present study, the efficacy of a formal mentoring program applied to fourth and fifth year students of the Psychology Faculty of the Complutense University is assessed. In this program, fifth-year students took on the role of mentors and fourth-year students, the role of mentees. To assess the efficacy, the group of mentors was compared with...
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At the Complutense University of Madrid there are different the disciplines that contemplate the dissection of the human cadaver inside your obligatory practices. In the above mentioned meetings, the teachers of Human Anatomy think every year a group of students that they present significant reactions of anxiety before your accomplishment, leading...
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In the present study, the efficacy of a formal mentoring program applied to fourth and fifth year students of the Psychology Faculty of the Complutense University is assessed. In this program, fifth-year students took on the role of mentors and fourth-year students, the role of mentees. To assess the efficacy, the group of mentors was compared with...
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Human cadaver dissection is a situation which provokes certain emotional reactions in new students It has become clear that there is a need for preliminary emotional preparation of the students, and the integration of humanistic values into the anatomical curriculum (Anat. Record (New Anat.) 2004; 279B:16-23), bearing in mind that the student-cadav...
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There is ongoing discussion within the medical education community about dissection as an educational strategy and as a professional training tool in technical and emotional skills training. This study aimed to discover the emotional reactions, attitudes and beliefs of new students faced with human cadaver dissection; to evaluate the changes produc...
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CONTEXT There is ongoing discussion within the medical education community about dissection as an educational strategy and as a professional training tool in technical and emotional skills training. OBJECTIVES This study aimed to discover the emotional reactions, attitudes and beliefs of new students faced with human cadaver dissection; to evaluate...
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We present the results of a study conducted on participants of the 21st Congress of the Spanish Society of Anatomy, in which anatomists were asked their opinions about a range of issues related to anatomical dissection: its relative roles as the exclusive source of anatomy teaching, as a source for medical research, or to assist the future professi...
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Anxiety is an emotional reaction frequently shown by students when a human cadaver is being dissected. Nonetheless, few studies analyze the nature of the anxiety response in this situation and the ones that do exist are mainly limited to English-speaking countries. Our research has three aims: to study the characteristic anxiety reaction to dissect...
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En esta investigación se estudian los estilos de aprendizaje y su independencia con respecto a la inteligencia y la personalidad. Además se analiza la relación entre estudios de aprendizaje y sexo. Para abordar ambos problemas se analiza, en primer lugar, el marco conceptual de Estilos de Aprendizaje. Por otro lado, se delimita la relación entre es...
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La Ley 31-1995 sobre Prevención de Riesgos Laborales, y las modificaciones posteriores, genera una demanda empresarial de pautas a seguir para evaluar los riesgos asociados a factores psicosociales en el ámbito laboral. Por ello el punto de partida está en la difusión de un concepto de factores psicosociales que unifique criterios de evaluación ent...

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