Dr. Ivona Hideg
Assistant Professor (OB/HRM)
Contact InformationEmail: email@example.com
Phone: 519.884.0710 ext.4414
Office Location: P2026
Office Hours: By appointment
BA (University of Waterloo), MASc (University of Waterloo), PhD (University of Toronto)
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Ivona Hideg is an Assistant Professor of OB/HRM in the Lazaridis School of
Business & Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University. Ivona’s main
areas of research include gender and cultural diversity in the workplace
and the social effects of emotions and emotion regulation. Her research
has been published in top-tier refereed journals such as Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Psychological Science.
Her research has also received numerous awards such as Best Paper
awards from the OB division at the Academy of Management and the
Canadian Psychological Association, and has been featured in media
outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, the Globe and Mail, the Huffington Post, the Record, and Men’s Health Magazine. Ivona is also a member of the Editorial Board of Emotion.
Ivona is also an enthusiastic teacher and she has received an Excellence in Teaching Award at the University of Toronto and Dean’s Commendations for Teaching Excellence at Wilfrid Laurier University. She supervises the research of highly motivated and intellectually curious students, and she also welcomes new collaborators and students!
Gender and cultural diversity in the workplace, Cultural influences on the social effects of emotions
Trougakos, J. P., Beal, D. J., Cheng, B. H., Hideg, I., & Zweig, D. (2015). Too drained to help: A resource depletion perspective on daily interpersonal citizenship behaviors. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100, 227-236.
Liang, L. H., Adair, W. L., & Hideg, I. (2014). When should we disagree? The effect of relationship conflict on team identity in East Asian and North American teams. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 7, 282-289.
Hideg, I., & Ferris, D. L. (2014). Support for employment equity policies: A self-enhancement
approach. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 123,
P., Hideg, I., Cheng, B. H., &
Beal, D. J. (2014). Lunch breaks unpacked: The role of autonomy as a moderator
of recovery during lunch. Academy of Management Journal, 57, 405-421.
Adair, W. L., Hideg, I., & Spence, J. R (2013). The culturally intelligent team: The impact of team cultural intelligence and cultural heterogeneity on team shared values. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 44, 941-962.
Côté, S., Hideg, I., & Van Kleef, G. A. (2013). The consequences of faking anger in negotiations. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 453-463.
Hideg, I., Michela, J. L., & Ferris, D. L. (2011). Overcoming negative reactions of nonbeneficiaries to employment equity: The effect of participation in policy formulation. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96, 363-376.
Côté, S., DeCelles, K. A., McCarthy, J. M., Van Kleef, G. A., & Hideg, I. (2011). The Jekyll and Hyde of emotional intelligence: Emotion regulation knowledge facilitates prosocial and interpersonally deviant behavior. Psychological Science, 22, 1073-1080.
Côté, S., & Hideg, I. (2011). The ability to influence others via emotion displays: A novel dimension of emotional intelligence. Organizational Psychology Review, 1, 53-71.
Miners, C. T. H., & Hideg, I. (forthcoming). Emotional intelligence and competencies. International Encyclopedia of Social & Behavioral Sciences.
Trougakos, J. P., & Hideg, I. (2009). Momentary work recovery: The role of within day work breaks. In P. L Perrewe, D. C. Ganster, & S. Sonnentag (Eds.), Research in occupational stress and well-being: Work recovery (Vol. 7, pp. 37-84). Oxford, UK: JAI Press.
2014: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Insight Grant, Principal Investigator (with D. Lance Ferris)
Selected Academic Affiliations