Faculty in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
|Faculty in Industrial-Organizational Psychology
||Sylvia Roch, I/O Program Director, Associate Professor
Ph.D., 1997, Texas A & M University.
Performance evaluation; organizational justice; group decision making; teams and trust.
Dev Dalal, Assistant Professor
PhD., Bowling Green University
Judgment and decision making; Employee recruitment and selection; Measurement, research, and quantitative methods.
||Michael Ford, Associate Professor
Ph.D., George Mason University
Interaction between workplace and employee health, safety, and nonwork functioning; How the work environment and worksite practices impact productivity, health, safety, and effectiveness outside of work.
Jason Randall, Assistant Professor
Ph. D., 2015, Rice University
Self-regulation of attention including mind wandering and mindfulness; Training and learning, including complex skill acquisition, and group influences; Personnel selection and testing
||Kevin Williams, Professor
Ph.D., 1984, University of South Carolina.
Work motivation; Self-regulation models of human motivation and task performance; Performance evaluation; worker satisfaction and job attitudes; work and family issues; occupational stress
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