I studied Psychology and Cultural Studies at the Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany. I received my PhD from the University of Leipzig, Germany in the area of Work and Organisational Psychology and Social Psychology. Furthermore, I acquired a psychotherapeutic qualification in Logotherapy/Existential Analysis. Before joining Kingston University, I conducted research at the University of Leipzig, Germany and for London Business School.
I am a Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol), Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (AFBPsS), and a member of its Division of Occupational Psychology.
Associate Professor in Work Psychology
My main areas of interest are employee well-being, gender in the workplace, and social psychology perspectives within organisational settings (e.g., stereotyping). For more specific examples, please see list of selected publications below.
Wolfram, Hans-Joachim, Linton, Kenisha and Mcduff, Nona (2018) Ethnic harassment, ethnic identity centrality, and well-being. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, 5(5), pp. 1118-1130. ISSN (print) 2197-3792
Wolfram, Hans-Joachim (2017) Modern prejudice and strength of conjunction error : overestimating proportions of minority employees. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, 36(5), pp. 417-436. ISSN (print) 2040-7149
Wolfram, Hans-Joachim and Gratton, Lynda (2014) Gender role self-concept, categorical gender, and transactional-transformational leadership: implications for perceived workgroup performance. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 21(4), pp. 338-353. ISSN (print) 1548-0518
Wolfram, Hans-Joachim and Gratton, Lynda (2014) Spillover between work and home, role importance and life satisfaction. British Journal of Management, 25(1), pp. 77-90. ISSN (print) 1045-3172
Mohr, Gisela and Wolfram, Hans-Joachim (2010) Stress among managers: the importance of dynamic tasks, predictability, and social support in unpredictable times. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 15(2), pp. 167-179. ISSN (print) 1076-8998
Wolfram, Hans-Joachim and Mohr, Gisela (2010) Gender-typicality of economic sectors and gender-composition of working groups as moderating variables in leadership research. Gender in Management, 25(4), pp. 320-339. ISSN (print) 1754-2413
Wolfram, Hans-Joachim, Mohr, Gisela and Borchert, Jenni (2009) Gender role self-concept, gender-role conflict, and well-being in male primary school teachers. Sex Roles, 60(1-2), pp. 114-127. ISSN (print) 0360-0025
Wolfram, Hans-Joachim and Mohr, Gisela (2009) Transformational leadership, team goal fulfillment, and follower work satisfaction: the moderating effects of deep-level similarity in leadership dyads. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 15(3), pp. 260-274. ISSN (print) 1548-0518
Mohr, Gisela and Wolfram, Hans-Joachim (2008) Leadership and effectiveness in the context of gender: the role of leaders' verbal behaviour. British Journal of Management, 19(1), pp. 4-16. ISSN (print) 1045-3172
Schyns, Birgit and Wolfram, Hans-Joachim (2008) The relationship between leader-member exchange and outcomes as rated by leaders and followers. Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 29(7), pp. 631-646. ISSN (print) 0143-7739
Schröter, Melani and Wolfram, Hans-Joachim (2007) Der Einfluss geschlechtsrollenkongruenten und -diskrepanten Gesprächsverhaltens auf die Personwahrnehmung [The impact of gender role congruent vs. discrepant communication behaviour on impression formation]. Zeitschrift für Angewandte Linguistik, 46, pp. 19-40.
Wolfram, Hans-Joachim, Mohr, Gisela and Schyns, Birgit (2007) Professional respect for female and male leaders: influential gender-relevant factors. Women in Management Review, 22(1), pp. 19-32. ISSN (print) 0964-9425
Wolfram, Hans-Joachim, Alfermann, Dorothee and Athenstaedt, Ursula (2020) Gender, gender self-perceptions, and workplace leadership. In: Zimmermann, Klaus F., (ed.) Handbook of labor, human resources and population economics. Cham, Switzerland : Springer. ISBN 9783319573656
Yarker, Joanna, Wolfram, Hans-Joachim and Junker, Nina Mareen (2020) Training and development for employees returning to work after parental leave. In: Karanika-Murray, Maria and Cooper, Cary, (eds.) Navigating the return-to-work experience for new parents : maintaining work-family well-being. London, U.K. : Routledge. ISBN 9780367222994 (In Press)