Lect. univ. dr. Ramona Buzgar
Lavinia Cheie is a researcher at the Developmental Psychology Lab and a lecturer in typical and atypical developmental psychology, and legal psychology, respectively. Her main research interest regards the way memory and executive functioning are related to nonclinical and clinical anxiety during childhood. Most of her studies so far focused on the relationship between childhood anxiety and retrospective memory (working memory, long term memory, memory biases), the relationship between anxiety and executive functioning and its impact upon children’s academic performance, as well as on the associations between childhood anxiety and prospective memory. Domains of interest: typical and atypical developmental psychology, cognitive psychology, legal psychology
Lavinia E. Damian, Ph.D. is a lecturer at the Department of Psychology, Babes- Bolyai University, teaching school psychology and vocational counseling seminars at undergraduate level and mental health promotion in children and adolescents at masters level. Her research focuses on personal and contextual antecedents and outcomes of perfectionism in adolescents, emerging adults, and employees. She is also interested in the role of parental behaviors in the development of perfectionism, as well as motivation and performance development.
Oana Fodor is a member of Work and Organizational Psychology Research Centre (WOPRC), Department of Psychology, FPSE, Babeş-Bolyai University. Her research interests are focused on topics such as the dynamics and performance of organizational teams and multi-team systems, exploring the implications of multiple team membership on individual and team performance, exploring the interplay of cognitive and affective factors in individual and group level decision making processes. Her academic activity is paralleled with ongoing consultancy projects in the HR field that aim to diagnose and improve individual and team performance in organizational settings. Some of the organizations she worked with are: Takata Romania, Continental Automotive Systems, Star Transmission, Bosch Rexroth, Emerson, Honeywell Turbo Technologies.
My research interests are focused on the influence of individual differences (e.g.: emotions and emotion regulation strategies, personality traits and cognitive factors) on various aspects of decision making. These research interests are subordinated to the more general fields of economic psychology and cognitive psychology. Facets of the decision-making process that I have investigated in recent years include situations that involve risk and ambiguity in decision-making, gambling and bargaining tasks, as well as susceptibility to framing and other cognitive distortions involved in the decisions. The investigations undertaken have a common goal of better understanding and more accurate prediction of human decision-making behavior. Research domains: Economic Psychology, Cognitive Psychology.
Lucia Ratiu is currently lecturer at the Department of Psychology, Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca and member of the research group in the Work and Organizational Psychology. Her main research interests include the psychological determinants of performance in organizations, interventions for performance with particular interest in understanding the complex interface between individuals and the social organizational context and the role of coaching in promoting work and organizational health and performance at an individual and collective (group) level. She was member of several international project teams gaining a long research experience, having the possibility to experience the academic life in foreign universities which definitely contributed to the overall objective of meeting international standards in her academic work.
Claudia L. Rus is member of the Work and Organizational Psychology Research Center. Her teaching interests cover courses on Work and Personnel Psychology, Psychological Testing and Assessment in Organization, and Human Resources Management. Her main research interests include performance and learning in organizations, positive psychological capital. The interest for applied psychology in the field of work and organizations is reflected in her membership at prestigious national and international associations, such as Association of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (APIO), European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP), and International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP).