Dr Gottfried Catania

Dr Gottfried Catania

Dr Gottfried Catania

  B.A.(Hons.)(Melit.), M.Sc.(Leics),Ph.D.(Lough.)

Senior Lecturer

Old Humanities Room 215
University of Malta
  +356 2340 3129
  • Organization psychology
  • Motivation
  • Business Ethics

DE GIOVANNI, K. and CATANIA, G., 2018. The impact of technostress on personal well-being: an analysis of individual and group differences.

CATANIA, G. and DARMANIN KISSAUN, G., 2016. The Repertory Grid technique - an idiographic technique use to elicit tacit knowledge in subject matter experts. In: G. SAMMUT and S. SALVATORE, eds, The yearbook of idiograohic science: Methods of psychological intervention. Charlotte, NC: IAP, .

DARMANIN KISSAUN, G. and CATANIA, G., 2016. Photographs as aids in eliciting existential themes in cognitively intact elderly adults. In: C. CEFAI and L. LAGANA, eds, Psychology and the Arts: Perceptions and Perspectives. Malta: University of Malta, .

CATANIA, G. and RANDALL, R., 2015. The repertory grid technique as a method for eliciting tacit knowledge, European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies 2015, Academic Conferences International Limited, pp. 104.

CATANIA, G., 2014. The unintended consequences of motivational techniques: Goal setting and unethical behavior in the Maltese financial services industry. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 109, pp. 1375-1385.

SANT, P. and CATANIA, G., 2014. The growing web of influence of social networking sites on interpersonal relationships. International Journal of Arts & Sciences, 7(5), pp. 719.

CATANIA, G. and RANDALL, R., 2013. The relationship between age and intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in workers in a Maltese cultural context. International Journal of Arts & Sciences, 6(2), pp. 31.

  • PSY1628 - Introduction to the Psychology Profession
  • PSY2623 - Work Psychology
  • PSY3160 - Respecting Diversity
  • PSY3630 - Ethical and Professional Issues
  • PSY3656 - Psychometrics and Psychological Assessment
  • PSY5608 - Research Methods
  • PSY5700 - Research Methods
  • PSY5705 - Quantitative Research
  • SWB1001 - Foundations of Social Wellbeing