Franziska Tschan
Franziska Tschan
Full professor of social psychology at work; University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland
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Getting groups to develop good strategies: Effects of reflexivity interventions on team process, team performance, and shared mental models
A Gurtner, F Tschan, NK Semmer, C Nägele
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 102 (2), 127-142, 2007
Human factors affect the quality of cardiopulmonary resuscitation in simulated cardiac arrests
SCU Marsch, C Müller, K Marquardt, G Conrad, F Tschan, PR Hunziker
Resuscitation 60 (1), 51-56, 2004
Teamwork and leadership in cardiopulmonary resuscitation
S Hunziker, AC Johansson, F Tschan, NK Semmer, L Rock, MD Howell, ...
Journal of the American College of Cardiology 57 (24), 2381-2388, 2011
Temporal matters in social psychology: Examining the role of time in the lives of groups and individuals.
JE McGrath, F Tschan
American Psychological Association, 2004
Illegitimate tasks and counterproductive work behavior
NK Semmer, F Tschan, LL Meier, S Facchin, N Jacobshagen
Applied Psychology 59 (1), 70-96, 2010
Illegitimate tasks as a source of work stress
NK Semmer, N Jacobshagen, LL Meier, A Elfering, TA Beehr, W Kälin, ...
Work & Stress 29 (1), 32-56, 2015
The assessment of psychological strain in work contexts
G Mohr, A Müller, T Rigotti, Z Aycan, F Tschan
European Journal of Psychological Assessment 22 (3), 198-206, 2006
It's not only clients: Studying emotion work with clients and co‐workers with an event‐sampling approach
F Tschan, S Rochat, D Zapf
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 78 (2), 195-220, 2005
Brief leadership instructions improve cardiopulmonary resuscitation in a high-fidelity simulation: a randomized controlled trial
S Hunziker, C Bühlmann, F Tschan, G Balestra, C Legeret, C Schumacher, ...
Critical care medicine 38 (4), 1086-1091, 2010
Leading to recovery: Group performance and coordinative activities in medical emergency driven groups
F Tschan, NK Semmer, D Gautschi, P Hunziker, M Spychiger, SU Marsch
Human Performance 19 (3), 277-304, 2006
Inter-rater reliability of the Full Outline of UnResponsiveness score and the Glasgow Coma Scale in critically ill patients: a prospective observational study
M Fischer, S Rüegg, A Czaplinski, M Strohmeier, A Lehmann, F Tschan, ...
Critical care 14 (2), 1-9, 2010
Explicit reasoning, confirmation bias, and illusory transactive memory: A simulation study of group medical decision making
F Tschan, NK Semmer, A Gurtner, L Bizzari, M Spychiger, M Breuer, ...
Small Group Research 40 (3), 271-300, 2009
Hands-on time during cardiopulmonary resuscitation is affected by the process of teambuilding: a prospective randomised simulator-based trial
S Hunziker, F Tschan, NK Semmer, R Zobrist, M Spychiger, M Breuer, ...
BMC emergency medicine 9 (1), 1-10, 2009
The effect of positive events at work on after-work fatigue: they matter most in face of adversity.
S Gross, NK Semmer, LL Meier, W Kälin, N Jacobshagen, F Tschan
Journal of Applied Psychology 96 (3), 654, 2011
Performance of first responders in simulated cardiac arrests
SCU Marsch, F Tschan, N Semmer, M Spychiger, M Breuer, PR Hunziker
Critical care medicine 33 (5), 963-967, 2005
Adverse effect of noise in the operating theatre on surgical-site infection
A Kurmann, M Peter, F Tschan, K Mühlemann, D Candinas, G Beldi
Journal of British Surgery 98 (7), 1021-1025, 2011
Communication enhances small group performance if it conforms to task requirements: The concept of ideal communication cycles
F Tschan
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 17 (3), 371-393, 1995
Perceived stress and team performance during a simulated resuscitation
S Hunziker, L Laschinger, S Portmann-Schwarz, NK Semmer, F Tschan, ...
Intensive care medicine 37 (9), 1473-1479, 2011
Ideal cycles of communication (or cognitions) in triads, dyads, and individuals
F Tschan
Small Group Research 33 (6), 615-643, 2002
Group task structure, processes and outcome
F Tschan, M von Cranach
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