Research Group Leader, Leibniz Institute for Resilience Research (LIR), Mainz, Germany Professor for Organizational and Business Psychology, Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz, Germany
Study of Psychology at the University of Leipzig, Germany
Dr. rer. nat. degree, University of Leipzig, Germany (magna cum laude), Department of Psychologie, Prof. Dr. G. Mohr)
Research Group Leader at the Leibniz Institute for Resilience Research (LIR), Mainz, Germany
Research Group Leader at the German Resilience Center (DRZ), Mainz, Germany
W2 Professor for Work, Organizational and Business Psychology at the Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany
Visiting Professorship at the Otto-Friedrich University Bamberg, Germany
Member of the scientific staff at the Work and Organizational Psychology Unit at the University of Leipzig
Editorial Board Member at the Journal of Organizational Behavior
Deputy Spokesperson of the Gutenberg Academy
Associate Editor for Applied Psychology: An International Review
Spokesperson of the section of Work, Organizational and Business Psychology within the German Psychological Association
Healthy Campus, BARMER GEK
Editorial Board Member at the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology
Head of Psychological Institute at the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
Deputy Spokesperson of the section of Work, Organizational and Business Psychology within the German Psychological Association
Editorial Board Member at the Scandinavian Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Interplay of Education, Health and Workability. Federal Ministry of Education and Research
Organizer German Conference Work, Organizational and Businesspsychology in Mainz, Germany
Dynamics of Work-related Demands and Stress, Graduate Program, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz
Invited Scoping Review on Interruptions and Disruptions of Work. Federal Institute of Occupational Safety and Health
Theodor-Litt Award at the University of Leipzig for Excellence in Teaching
Dissertation-Award issued by the section of Work, Organizational and Business Psychology within the German Psychological Association
Baethge A, Vahle-Hinz T, Rigotti T (2019) Coworker support and its relationship to allostasis during a workday: A diary study on trajectories of heart rate variability during work. J Appl Psychol. doi: 10.1037/apl0000445.>> Link zu Pubmed
Rigotti T, Korek S, Otto K (2018) Career-related self-efficacy, its antecedents and relationship to subjective career success in a cross-lagged panel study. International Journal of Human Resource Management:1-28. doi: 10.1080/09585192.2018.1460858.
Kronenwett M, Rigotti T (2019) When do you face a challenge? How unnecessary tasks block the challenging potential of time pressure and emotional demands. J Occup Health Psychol 24(5):512–526.>> Link zu Pubmed
Baethge A, Deci N, Dettmers J, Rigotti T (2019) "Some days won’t end ever": Working faster and longer as a boundary condition for challenge versus hindrance effects of time pressure. J Occup Health Psychol 24(3):322–332.>> Link zu Pubmed
Rigotti T, Korek S, Otto K (2014) Gains and losses related to career transitions within organisations. Journal of Vocational Behavior 84(2):177–178.
Doden W, Grote G, Rigotti T (2018) Does leader–member exchange buffer or intensify detrimental reactions to psychological contract breach? The role of employees' career orientation. Journal of Vocational Behavior 106:192–208.
De Jong J, Rigotti T, Mulder J (2017) One after the other: Effects of sequence patterns of breached and overfulfilled obligations. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 26:337–355.
Rigotti T (2009) Enough is Enough? Threshold models for the relationship between psychological contract breach and job related attitudes. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 18:442–463.
Rigotti T, Schyns B, Mohr G (2008) A short version of the occupational self-efficacy scale: Structural and construct validity across five countries. Journal of Career Assessment 16(2):238–255.
Wirtz N, Rigotti T, Otto K, Loeb C (2017) What about the leader? Crossover of emotional exhaustion and work engagement from followers to leaders. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 22:86–97.>> Link zu Pubmed