School of Management & Governance - PhD, Organisational Psychology, UNSW | Bachelor of Psychology, UNSW | Master of Commerce, Finance, UNSW | Bachelor of Commerce, Marketing and Accounting, UNSW
Amirali is a Professor in the School of Management and Governance at UNSW. His research focuses on the role of individual differences (especially personality and emotional intelligence) and psychological processes, in how people feel, think, and behave at work. He is also interested in research methods.
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A reasonable level of workplace pressure can lift performance