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Mare Teichmann (born March 1, 1945) is an Estonian psychologist and academic.
Mare Teichmann was born March 1, 1945, in Tallinn. She holds a PhD in Psychology from the Behterev Institute Leningrad, now Saint Petersburg. She is Professor and Chair of Psychology at Tallinn University of Technology. A member of many boards and councils, especially in the academic self-administration of her special area of Work and Organizational Psychology, her current positions include membership in the WHO Quality of Life Board, chairwoman of the WHO Estonian Quality of Life Centre, and Estonian representative, Member of European Network of Work and Organisational Psychology, Member of Collaborative International Study of Managerial Stress (CISMS). Her main area of research is Occupational Stress and Quality of Life (including Occupational Life Quality). Pioneer in e-learning solutions in Estonia.
- Teichmann, M. (2011). "The challenges facing academic staff professional development in technical university." In: Papers of Baltech Conference 2011: Lincköping, Sweden: Tallinn Technical University, 2011, 1 - 19.
- Teichmann, Mare, Murdvee, Mart, Saks, Kai. (2006). "Spiritual Needs and Quality of Life in Estonia." Social Indicators Research, Vol. 76, No. 1, 147–163.
- Spector, Paul E., Allen, Tammy D., Poelmans, Steven, Cooper, Cary L., Bernin, Peggy, Hart, Peter, Lu, Luo, Miller, Karen, Renault de Moraes, Lucio, Ostrognay, Gabrielle M., Pitariu, Horea, Salamatov, Vladimir, Salgado, Jesus, Sanchez, Juan I., Siu, Oi Ling, Teichmann, Mare, Theorell, Töres, Vlerick, Peter, Widerszal-Bazyl, Maria, Yu, Shanfa. (2005). "An international comparative study of work-family stress and occupational strain." In: Work and family: An international research perspective. (Ed. Poelmans, Steven A. Y.); Mahwah, NJ, US: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers. pp. 71–84. [Original Chapter]