Industrial/Organizational Psychology MA
Industrial/organizational psychology faculty members are actively involved in research. A few sample publications are listed below.
James, L.R., Choi, C.C., Ko, C.E., McNeil, P.K.,Mi nton, M.K., Wright, M.A., & Kim, K. (2008). Organizational and psychological climate: A review of theory and research. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 17(1), 5-32.
Minton, M.K. (2008, July). Toward a typology of the aggressive personality. Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Personality, Tartu, Estonia.
Whitmarsh, L. & Wentworth, D.K. (2012). Gender similarity or gender difference? Contemporary women's and men's career patterns. The Career Development Quarterly, 60(1), 47-6
Whitmarsh, L., Brown, D., Cooper, J., Rodgers, Y. & Wentworth, D.K. (2007). Choices and challenges: A qualitative exploration of professional women’s career patterns. TheCareer Development Quarterly, 55(3), 225-236.
Wentworth, D.K. (2002). The schizophrenic organization. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 39(4), 39-41.
Their research interests include the following areas:
- Organizational effectiveness
- Effect of technology on employees
- Work-life balance issues
- Career development patterns
- The role of implicit and explicit personality in selection
- Organizational and psychological climate
- Assessment centers
Development of a social-cognitive 360° assessment tool