Freitag, 02. Mai 2014, 13:15 - 14:45 iCal

The individual, situational and cultural determinants of cooperative competition

Gastvortrag von Márta Fülöp

Hörsaal B, NIG
Universitätsstraße 7, 1010 Wien


For several decades competition and cooperation have been conceptualized as dichotom concepts in the psychological literature. There is however a growing evidence that competition and cooperation are rather parners than enemies and can be found in the

interpersonal and intergroup behavior in different combinations. Cooperative competition implies a high degree of cooperation among the competitive parties. In order to be able to compete intensively while remaining in a cooperative relationship requires certain individual characteristics, certain situational factors and also different cultures promote or make possible this to a different degree. The talk is going to present the potential interaction among these levels (individual, situational, cultural) via a range of research


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Prof. Dr. Erich Kirchler


Elisabeth Dorfinger
Fakultät für Psychologie