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Dr Claudia Sacramento

Work & Organisational Psychology Group

Claudia Sacramento

Position: Senior Lecturer
Phone: +44(0)121 204 3272
Email: c.a.sacramento@aston.ac.uk 
Room: SW8022

  • PhD Management (Aston University, 2008). The impact of stressors and mood on innovation activities: A dual level approach
  • MSc in Work Psychology and Business (Aston University, 2003)
  • Individual and team creativity
  • Team processes
  • Team effectiveness
  • Stressors
  • Leadership
  • Motivation theories
  • British Psychological Society (BPS)
  • Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)
  • Academy of Management (AoM)
  • American Psychological Association (APA)
  • International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP)

Refereed Journal Articles:

  • Martinaityte, I., & Sacremento, C. A. (In Press). When Creativity is related to Sales: The effect of LMX. Journal of Organizational Behaviour.
  • Hirst, G., van Knippenberg, D., Chen, J. C. H., & Sacramento, C. A. (2011). How does bureaucracy impact on individual creativity? A cross-level investigation of team contextual influences on goal orientation-creativity relationships. Academy of Management Journal, 54, 624-641
  • Riketta, M., & Sacramento, C. A. (2008). They Cooperate With Us, So They Are Like Me: Perceived Intergroup Relationship Moderates Projection From Self to Outgroups. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 11, 115-131.
  • Sacramento, C. A., Fay, D., & West, M. (2012). The impact of challenge stressors and regulatory focus on creativity: a dual level analysis. Conditionally accepted at Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.

Book Chapters:

  • West, M.A., Sacramento, C.A. (2012). Creativity and Innovation. The role of team and organizational climate. Michael Mumford (Ed.), Handbook of Organizational Creativity, 359-385.
  • Sacramento, C. A., & West, M. (In press). Innovation. In B. Wells (ED.) Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity, and Talent. London: Sage.
  • West, M. A., & Sacramento, C. A. (in press). Group Reflexivity. In J. Levine & M. Hogg (Eds.), Enclyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. London: Sage.
  • Richter, A., Sacramento, C. A., & West, M. A. (In press). Dissent within and among groups in organizations: Lessons for group empowerment and organizational innovation. In M. Hewstone & R. Martin (Eds.) Minority Dissent.
  • Sacramento, C. A., Dawson, J. & West, M. A. (2008). Team Creativity: More than the sum of its parts? In M. Mumford, S. Hunter & K. Beddel (Eds.), Research in Multilevel Issues (pp. 269-279) Oxford: Elsevier.
  • West, M. A., & Sacramento, C. A. (2006) Flourishing in Teams: Developing Creativity and Innovation. In J. Henry, Creative Management and Development, 25-43 London, UK: Sage.
  • Sacramento, C. A., Chang, S., & West, M. A. (2006) Team innovation through collabroration. In M. Beyerlein & S. Beyerlein, Advances in Intersisciplinary Studies of Work Teams: Innovation Through Collaboration, vol. 12, 81-112. Oxford, UK:Elsevier.
  • West, M. A., Sacramento, C. A., & Fay, D. (2005) Creativity and innovation implementation in work groups: The paradoxical role of demands. In H. S. Choi & L. Thompson (Eds.) Creativity and Innovation in Organizational Teams, (pp. 137-159). Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • West, M. A., & Sacramento, C. A. (2004). The Human Work Face: Building effective organizations through managing human motivation. In M. Salanova, R. Grau, I.M. Martinez, E. Cifre, S. Llorens & M. García-Renedo (Eds). Nuevos horizontes en la investigación sobre Autoeficacia, 8,165-177. Castello de la Plana; Publications de la Universitat Jaime.

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