Ms Gintare Visockaite

Teaching Fellow in People and Organisations



Gintare joined the People and Organizations Department at the Surrey Business School in January 2017, after five years of teaching at the Department of Organizational Psychology at Birkbeck College, University of London.

She holds an MSc in Organizational Psychiatry and Psychology awarded by King's College London in 2010 and is currently finishing her PhD in Organizational Psychology at Birkbeck College, University of London, supervised by Dr. Andreas Liefooghe.

Research interests

Workplace bullying

Employee mental health

Individual differences at work

The impact of cultural context on workplace behaviour and well-being

Research collaborations

Professor Stale Einarsen and Dr. Iselin Reknes, University of Bergen, Norway

Mr. Andrey Lovakov, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation


UG Business and Organizational Psychology

UG Organizational Behaviour and Analysis

UG Human Resource Management

UG Leadership

PG Applying Psychology at Work

PG Research Methods

PG Advanced Research Methods for Applied Psychology

PG Management of Human Resources

Professional Activities

Reviewer for International Commission on Occupational Health Scientific Committee on Work Organization and Psychosocial Factors conference, 2017

Ad hoc reviewer for Human Relations journal, 2016, 2017

Conference organizer for European Academy of Occupational Health, 2014


Hassard, J., Teoh, K. R., Visockaite, G., Dewe, P., & Cox, T. (2018). The cost of work-related stress to society: A systematic review. Journal of occupational health psychology23(1), 1.

Hassard, J., Teoh, K. R., Visockaite, G., Dewe, P., & Cox, T. (2018). The financial burden of psychosocial workplace aggression: A systematic review of cost-of-illness studies. Work & Stress32(1), 6-32.

Hewett, R., Liefooghe, A., Visockaite, G., & Roongrerngsuke, S. (2018). Bullying at work: Cognitive appraisal of negative acts, coping, wellbeing, and performance. Journal of occupational health psychology23(1), 71.