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Dr Jeremy E. Lemoine

Lecturer in Occupational psychology

School of psychology, Psychology

How can a manager increase the well-being and productivity of his/her team members? My research focuses on well-being at work and leadership, more precisely identity leadership. 

    Dr Jérémy E. Lemoine is a Lecturer with a focus on social and organisational psychology at the University of East London. He is also a visiting lecturer at ESCP Europe (UK) and a research associate of the Laboratory of Psychology, Cognition, Health, Society at the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne (France) and a research associate of the Greenglass lab at York University (Canada). His research interests include social, organisational, economic and cross-cultural psychology. More specifically, his research is in the areas of leadership, well-being in the workplace, burnout, risk-taking, gambling and social representation. Jérémy is also a consultant in organisational psychology and conducts audits to improve the well-being of employees in the workplace.


    Overview

    Financial threat during the economic crisis: Connections with the social representation of the economic crisis and the willingness to act

    Lemoine, J., Darriet, E., Kmiec, R., & Roland-lévy, C. . 2016. International Review of Social Psychology.

    Characterization of controlled gamblers and pathological gamblers using the social representation theory

    Lemoine, J., Kmiec, R., & Roland-Lévy, C. . 2017. Revue Europeenne de Psychologie Appliquee/European Review of Applied Psychology.

    How is the economic crisis socially assessed?

    Roland-Lévy, C., Kmiec, R., & Lemoine, J. . 2016. Social Science Information.

    Are taxpayers, who pay their taxes, all cooperative citizens?

    Lemoine, J., & Roland-Lévy, C. . 2013. Citizenship Teaching & Learning.

    Health and well-being at work: The hospital context

    Roland-Lévy, C., Lemoine, J., & Jeoffrion, C. . 2014. Revue Europeenne de Psychologie Appliquee/European Review of Applied Psychology.

    The social shield: Effect of the presence of an audience on risk-taking in gambling

    Lemoine, J. E., & Roland-Lévy, C. . 2017. Social Influence.

    The power of choice: A study protocol on how identity leadership fosters commitment towards the organization

    Mascarenhas, M. F., Dübbers, F., Hoszowska, M., Köseoğlu, A., Karakasheva, R., Topal, A. B., … Lemoine J. E. . 2018. Frontiers in Psychology.

    Identity leadership going global: Validation of the Identity Leadership Inventory across 20 countries

    van Dick, R., Lemoine, J. E., Steffens, N. K., Kerschreiter, R., Akfirat, S. A., Avanzi, L., . . . Haslam, A. S. . 2018. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.

    Contribution d’une catégorisation des RPS à la prédiction du stress et du burnout (ou du mal-être au travail) des soignants [Contribution of a psychosocial risk categorization to the prediction of stress and burnout (or distress at work) among health-care professionals]

    Lemoine, J. E., Roland-lévy, C., Zaghouani, I., & Deschamps, F. . 2017. Psychologie du Travail et des Organisations.

    Factor structure and psychometric properties of the Body Appreciation Scale-2 in Danish, Portuguese, and Swedish.

    Lemoine, J. E., Konradsen, H., Lunde Jensen, A.-S., Roland-Lévy, C., Ny, P., Khalaf, A., & Torres, S. . 2018. Body Image.

    Publications

    Leadership
    Identity leadership
    Social identity
    Well-being at work
    Psychosocial risk
    Burnout
    Risk-taking
    Decision-making
    Gambling
    Social representation

    Interests

    Research Methods and Dissertation – Part 1

    Research Methods and Dissertation – Part 2

    Applying Psychology in Organization

    Teaching