Povilas Godliauskas

Povilas Godliauskas
Mykolas Romeris University · Institute of Psychology

MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology

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Introduction
Right now, I am interested in the scientific and practical power of coaching psychology to increase the performance and wellbeing of tech professionals. In the past, I focused on the psychology of language, particularly spoken language acquisition and use.
Education
January 2020 - July 2021
University of East London
Field of study
  • Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology (MAPPCP)
September 2016 - June 2019
Mykolas Romeris University
Field of study
  • Psychology
September 2012 - June 2015
Vytautas Magnus University
Field of study
  • Psychology

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Publications (12)
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The aim of this paper was to examine the different relationships between Agile practice maturity, team work engagement, and team climate. The study included 143 employees or 21 team from 11 software engineering companies. The maturity of agile practices was measured by Perceptive Agile Measurement, team engagement was measured by Team Work Engageme...
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Coaching psychology is a relatively new branch of applied psychology that addresses issues of effectiveness, improvement, and psychological well-being at work and in personal life (International Society for Coaching Psychology, 2018). Coaching practitioners consult and educate individuals and groups by applying a variety of coaching models based on...
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Coaching psychology is a relatively new branch of applied psychology that addresses issues of effectiveness, improvement, and psychological well-being at work and in personal life (International Society for Coaching Psychology, 2018). Coaching practitioners consult and educate individuals and groups by applying a variety of coaching models based on...
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This case study focuses on a diverse group of eight unacquainted individuals from six countries: United Arab Emirates, Israel, Greece, Russia, Lithuania, and the United Kingdom. Three out of eight members were practicing coaches, and only one had some professional group and team coaching experience. From October 9 to December 3, the group had eleve...
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Context: Organizational studies show that well-being contributes to various work outcomes, including creativity, performance, and productivity. However, the multidimensional well-being of software developers is still an underresearched topic due to the limited focus, demography, methodology, theory, and results of software engineering studies. Obje...
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Recently, I have developed chronic pharyngitis, a physical disease linked to emotional distress (Renner et al., 2012). The illness has been negatively affecting my mood (emotional wellbeing) and attitude towards life (cognitive wellbeing). According to Ghosh & Deb (2017), there has been a growing interest in the application of positive psychology i...
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This essay provides a brief analysis of an excerpt from "A Dialogue on Language between a Japanese and an Inquirer," written by German philosopher Martin Heidegger. The paper aims to acquaint the reader with the main ideas of the language-being problem examined by M. Heidegger. The analysis is based on the author's insights and quotes from the exce...
Technical Report
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Why do people gesture while talking? What is the function of the gestures that accompany speech? Are they informative? One of the first scholars to raise similar questions was American psychologist David McNeill, who stated that gesturing during speech is determined by a common speech and gesture system. According to McNeill (1985), 90% of gestures...
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The study aims to present the main features of filler use in spoken Lithuanian. The results are based on morphological and partially semantically coded data collected between 2006 and 2009 and stored in the Corpus of Spoken Lithuanian (http://donelaitis.vdu.lt/sakytines-kalbos-tekstynas/). The corpus consists of transcribed dialogues (80 hours) ran...
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In this article we give a general overview on the development of the Corpus of Spoken Lithuanian. We consider the methodology of the corpus as well as the process of transcribing and coding the collected data. In addition, we provide a brief analysis based on the collected corpus data of spoken adult speech (ADS). The analysis is conducted accordin...
Technical Report
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The goal of this paper is to conduct a theoretical analysis of the biological basis of language, in particular language-related genes, neuroanatomy of language processes, and evolution. Therefore, the paper is divided into three parts. Part 1 gives a comprehensive account of language-related genes, in particular FOXP2, which is linked with a disord...
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Give a two-year-old child a steering wheel and watch them play: they will start driving an imaginary car and babbling "hum-hum-hum." If you point to the toy and ask the child what they have, they will almost certainly answer you - "Wheel!" As described above, small children already demonstrate diverse cognitive skills. Not surprisingly, many scient...