Gerdien de Vries completed her Research Master’s degree in Social & Organizational Psychology at Leiden University with an organizational field study on perceived pseudo voice. In March 2010, she started as a PhD candidate at the same unit. Gerdien conducts experimental research on the impact of message framing on the effectiveness of organizational communications about carbon capture and storage technology (CCS). At the moment her focus lies on how people perceive framing tactics from organizations such as oil companies.
- Sustainability or Profitability? How Communicated Motives for Environmental Policy Affect Public Perceptions of Corporate Greenwashing (in press)
- When Employees Stop Talking and Start Fighting: The Detrimental Effects of Pseudo Voice in Organizations (2012)
- Diversiteit en leiderschap: over de rol van transformationeel leiderschap bij het managen van diversiteit (2008)