Articles by E. Scott Geller Ph.D.

The Actively-Caring Movement:

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PSYCHOLOGY OF SAFETY: Equity and personality

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Consider three different orientations toward equity, and their potential implications for actively caring for safety.
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PSYCHOLOGY OF SAFETY: Actively caring for equity

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How do people’s perceptions of equity influence their contributions to safety?
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PSYCHOLOGY OF SAFETY: A spirit of servant leadership

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By pointing out aspects of President Obama’s speech, I hope to stimulate conversations capable of influencing behavior and culture change in your workplace.
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PSYCHOLOGY OF SAFETY: The "Last Lecture"

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Dr. Randy Pausch’s book and last lecture will be instructive and inspirational for generations to come.
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PSYCHOLOGY OF SAFETY: Safety and sustainability

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“Green” is in, but people are not doing nearly as much as they could to actively care for our planet.
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PSYCHOLOGY OF SAFETY: How to remain "cool" when facing risks

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Safety requires slower, mindful, and relatively inconvenient behavior to avoid the improbable occurrence of a serious injury.
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PSYCHOLOGY OF SAFETY: What triggers at-risk behavior?

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Today, most psychologists realize the same individual’s disposition will vary according to different situations.
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PSYCHOLOGY OF SAFETY: The actively-caring disposition

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Let’s define the five person states that impact the likelihood an individual will actively care for the safety of themselves and others, and entertain ways to augment these states.
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PSYCHOLOGY OF SAFETY: Your legacy: courage & compassion

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Most people care, but too often people fail to act on their caring.
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