Change Psychology: Expectancy Theory

I recently wrote about building up a resource for Change knowledge here within this very Blog. Finally I got the time to deal with some basic psychological questions of Change. I am looking forward to be able to share those insights on “Change Psychology” with you, here. Description As we constantly are predicting likely futures, we create expectations about future events. If things … More Change Psychology: Expectancy Theory

Change Psychology: Escape Theory

I recently wrote about building up a resource for Change knowledge here within this very Blog. Finally I got the time to deal with some basic psychological questions of Change. I am looking forward to be able to share those insights on “Change Psychology” with you, here. Description Many of the activities in which we indulge help us to get away from our … More Change Psychology: Escape Theory

Change Psychology: ERG Theory

I recently wrote about building up a resource for Change knowledge here within this very Blog. Finally I got the time to deal with some basic psychological questions of Change. I am looking forward to be able to share those insights on “Change Psychology” with you, here. Description Clayton Alderfer extended and simplified Maslow’s Hierarchy into a shorter set of three needs: Existence, … More Change Psychology: ERG Theory

Change Psychology: Equity Theory

I recently wrote about building up a resource for Change knowledge here within this very Blog. Finally I got the time to deal with some basic psychological questions of Change. I am looking forward to be able to share those insights on “Change Psychology” with you, here. Description People are happiest in relationships where the give and take are about equal. If one … More Change Psychology: Equity Theory

Change Psychology: Epistemological Weighting Hypothesis

I recently wrote about building up a resource for Change knowledge here within this very Blog. Finally I got the time to deal with some basic psychological questions of Change. I am looking forward to be able to share those insights on “Change Psychology” with you, here. Description We gain knowledge in two ways: By ourselves, by both active trial and error and … More Change Psychology: Epistemological Weighting Hypothesis

Change Psychology: Elaboration Likelihood Model

I recently wrote about building up a resource for Change knowledge here within this very Blog. Finally I got the time to deal with some basic psychological questions of Change. I am looking forward to be able to share those insights on “Change Psychology” with you, here. Description There are two ways we make decisions and hence get persuaded: When we are motivated … More Change Psychology: Elaboration Likelihood Model

Change Psychology: Durability bias

I recently wrote about building up a resource for Change knowledge here within this very Blog. Finally I got the time to deal with some basic psychological questions of Change. I am looking forward to be able to share those insights on “Change Psychology” with you, here. Description When we predict how long we will feel about some event, we tend to over-estimate … More Change Psychology: Durability bias

Change Psychology: Discounting

I recently wrote about building up a resource for Change knowledge here within this very Blog. Finally I got the time to deal with some basic psychological questions of Change. I am looking forward to be able to share those insights on “Change Psychology” with you, here. Description We often underestimate the effects of one cause of our behavior when another cause is … More Change Psychology: Discounting

Change Psychology: Disconfirmation bias

I recently wrote about building up a resource for Change knowledge here within this very Blog. Finally I got the time to deal with some basic psychological questions of Change. I am looking forward to be able to share those insights on “Change Psychology” with you, here. Description When people are faced with evidence for and against their beliefs, they will be more … More Change Psychology: Disconfirmation bias

Change Psychology: Deindividuation

I recently wrote about building up a resource for Change knowledge here within this very Blog. Finally I got the time to deal with some basic psychological questions of Change. I am looking forward to be able to share those insights on “Change Psychology” with you, here. DescriptionWe normally carry our sense of identity around with us and are thus well aware of … More Change Psychology: Deindividuation