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Morteza Charkhabi

  • Morteza Charkhabi has been at HSE University since 2017.

Education and Degrees

  • 2017

    University of Verona

  • 2011

    Master's in Industrial and Organizational Psychology
    Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz

  • 2009

    Bachelor's in Industrial and Organizational Psychology
    Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

2012 - Postgraduate Degree, University of Verona, Italy

2014 - Teaching Assistant, University of Verona, Italy

2015 - Occupational Saftey and Health Lab, Visiting scholar at Washington State University, US

2017 - Invited Visiting Scholar at Iran Medical Science University, Tehran, Iran

2017 - Doctorate Degree, KU Leuven, Belgium

2017 - Affiliated Researcher, Clermont Auvergne University, France 

2018 - Research Fellow at NeuroLab, National Research University, Moscow, Russia






Pychological Medicine; Sage Open; Stress and Health; Economic and Industrial Democracy; Sustainability; International Journal of Workplace Health Management; European Journal of Training and Development

Workaholism Leads to Mental and Physical Health Problems: Work Addiction Risk Depends on Occupation

Workaholism or work addiction risk is a growing public health concern that can lead to many negative mental and physical health outcomes such as depression, anxiety or sleep disorder. Perception of work (job demands and job control) may become a major cause of employees’ work addiction. The international group of researchers including the HSE University scientist explored the link between work addiction risk and health-related outcomes using the framework of Job Demand Control Model. The results were published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.

Welcome Aboard: Post-Doc Introductions

Every year, HSE hires post-doctoral researchers from all over the world. And in 2017-18, more than 30 of them started work at laboratories and research centres in a large range of fields and specializations. The HSE Lookis pleased to introduce this year’s international researchers, so that you can learn more about your colleagues and find out about opportunities for potential collaboration.