Lucia Ceja
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Dynamic patterns of flow in the workplace: Characterizing within‐individual variability using a complexity science approach
L Ceja, J Navarro
Journal of Organizational Behavior 32 (4), 627-651, 2011
1252011
Flow at work and basic psychological needs: Effects on well‐being
R Ilies, D Wagner, K Wilson, L Ceja, M Johnson, S DeRue, D Ilgen
Applied Psychology 66 (1), 3-24, 2017
912017
Dynamics of flow: A nonlinear perspective
L Ceja, J Navarro
Journal of Happiness Studies 10 (6), 665, 2009
812009
‘Suddenly I get into the zone’: Examining discontinuities and nonlinear changes in flow experiences at work
L Ceja, J Navarro
Human relations 65 (9), 1101-1127, 2012
782012
Cómo motivar y motivarse en tiempos de crisis
J Navarro, L Ceja, F Curioso, C Arrieta
Papeles del psicólogo 35 (1), 31-39, 2014
372014
Modeling workplace bullying behaviors using catastrophe theory
J Escartín, L Ceja, J Navarro, D Zapf
Nonlinear dynamics, psychology, and life sciences 17 (4), 493-515, 2013
352013
El papel de la mujer en la empresa familiar: el reconocimiento de un rol crítico pero a veces invisible
L Ceja
IESE Business school 38, 1-4, 2008
312008
The importance of values in family-owned firms
L Ceja, R Agulles, J Tàpies
IESE Business School Working Paper, 2010
252010
Attracting talent to family-owned businesses: the perceptions of MBA students
L Ceja Barba, J Tàpies
IESE Business School Working Paper, 2009
202009
Interest as a moderator in the relationship between challenge/skills balance and flow at work: An analysis at within-individual level
C Bricteux, J Navarro, L Ceja, G Fuerst
Journal of Happiness Studies 18 (3), 861-880, 2017
182017
Organisational contexts that foster positive behaviour and well-being: A comparison between family-owned firms and non-family businesses
L Ceja, J Escartín, Á Rodríguez-Carballeira
Revista de Psicología Social 27 (1), 69-84, 2012
182012
Corporate values guiding the world's largest family-owned businesses: A comparison with non-family firms
L Ceja, J Tàpies
IESE Business School, 2011
152011
A model of psychological ownership in next-generation members of family-owned firms: A qualitative study
L Ceja, J Tàpies
IESE Business School Working Paper, 2011
142011
Fortalezas personales relacionadas con el rendimiento académico y profesional en el campo de la psicología social y la psicología social aplicada
O Saldaña, J Escartín Solanelles, J Martín-Peña, Y Jiménez, L Ceja, ...
Comunicació presentada a: I Congrés Internacional d’Educació Emocional. X …, 2014
132014
Competencia y regulación en los mercados españoles del gas y la electricidad
G Federico, X Vives, N Fabra
IESE, Centro Sector Público-Sector Privado, 2008
112008
Los protocolos familiares en países de habla hispana: cómo son y para qué se utilizan
J Tapies, L Ceja
IESE Research Papers, 2011
102011
Dinámicas complejas en el flujo: diferencias entre trabajo y no trabajo
J Navarro, L Ceja
Revista de Psicología Social 26 (3), 443-456, 2011
102011
Redefining flow at work
L Ceja, J Navarro
Flow at Work, 81-105, 2017
92017
Los protocolos familiares en países de habla hispana: como son y para que se utilizan
J Tàpies, L Ceja
IESE Business School. Universidad de Navarra, 17, 2011
92011
Work, cultures, and the culture of work: Flow across countries and professions
A Delle Fave, M Bassi
Flow at Work, 157-175, 2017
42017
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