Ph.D./IO Psych

Doctor of Philosophy in Industrial Organization Psychology

Virtual Team Member Perspectives: Importance of Performance Coaching, Mentoring, and Training for Personal Development

Author: 
Donna L. Edsall
Program of study: 
Ph.D./IO Psych
Abstract: 
The use of virtual teams in organizations is increasing, yet researchers know little about several of the human or interpersonal factors of virtual teams.

Building a Case for Supporting Nonprofits: Examining Relationships Between Intra-Organizational Volunteerism, Commitment, and Citizenship Behaviors

Author: 
Rebecca Sarah Hardin
Program of study: 
Ph.D./IO Psych
Abstract: 
The purpose of the quantitative, correlational study was to examine the relationships between intra-organizational volunteerism (IOV), organizational commitment, and organizational citizenship behav

The Meaning of Lived Corporate Social Responsibility Experiences Among American Millennial Employees

Author: 
Charletta D. Washington-Wilson
Program of study: 
Ph.D./IO Psych
Abstract: 
Millennials’ values and expectations are important considerations to the economy. This generational cohort will soon dominate as the largest population within the American workforce.

Examining Authentic Leadership Behaviors, Structural Distance, Trust, and Non-manager Employee Engagement: A Correlational Study

Author: 
Nicholas J. McAuliffe
Program of study: 
Ph.D./IO Psych
Abstract: 
Three instruments were electronically administered to 87 non-manager library employees across three U.S.

Personality Predictors of Compassion Fatigue in Direct Patient Care Employees Working in a Long-term Care Environment

Author: 
Rachel Woodrume
Program of study: 
Ph.D./IO Psych
Abstract: 
Research to investigate personality as a predictor of compassion fatigue was completed for direct patient care workers in a long-term care environment.

A Correlational Study of Transformational and Transactional Leadership and Organizational Commitment in Small Entrepreneurial Firms

Author: 
Irina Zhuplatova
Program of study: 
Ph.D./IO Psych
Abstract: 
Leadership style of managers is an important determinant of organizational success. Effective managers can influence employee job attitudes and behaviors toward attaining organizational goals.

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