Current Job Market Candidates

Yeong-Hyun Hong

Undergraduate School and Degree: University of Seoul, BBA.

Master’s School and Degree Title: Sungkyunkwan University, MA Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Before entering the program, where did you come from? Before entering the program, Yeong-Hyun worked as a research associate in the Research Center for Applied Psychology at Sungkyunkwan University.

What is your focus area of study? Work/Non-Work Interface, Occupational Health Psychology, Counterproductive Work Behaviors, Perceived Organizational Support, HR Attributions.

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PUBLICATIONS

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS:

Smith, C., Matthews, R. A., Mills, M. J., Hong, Y.-H., & Sims, S. (Accepted). Organizational benefits of onboarding contingent workers: An anchoring model approach. Journal of Business and Psychology.

Kang, M. W., Hong, Y.-H., & Suh, Y. (2018). The effect of work-life conflict on organizational commitment and counterproductive work behaviors: The mediating effect of resource loss and negative emotion. Korean Journal of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 31(3), 583-610.

REVISE AND RESUBMIT:

Hong, Y.-H., Ford. M. T., & Jong, J. Employee benefit use, availability, and perceived quality: A meta-analysis of relationships with work attitudes. Revising the manuscript for 1st R&R in Journal of Applied Psychology.

Hong, Y.-H., Mills. M. J, Suh, Y., & Ford, M. T. Unpacking work-family conflict in the marital dyad: Interaction of employee fit and partner fit. Resubmitted the manuscript for 1st R&R in Human Relations.

SUBMITTED:

Hong, Y.-H., & Ford, M. T. (Submitted). The moral bases of employees’ reactions to personal accommodations that benefit their coworkers. Journal of Organizational Behavior.

Hong, Y.-H., Voorhees, C. M., & Harms, P. D. (Submitted). Assessing trade-off decisions in organizations: A systematic review and best practice recommendations for conjoint analysis. Journal of Business Research.

Matthews, R. A., Pineault, L., & Hong, Y.-H. (Submitted). Normalizing the use of single-item: Measures validation of the single-item compendium for organizational psychology. Journal of Applied Psychology.

Ford, M. T., Song, X., & Hong, Y.-H. (Submitted). Is it the thought that counts? Employee perceptions of benevolent intent and perceived organizational support belief updating. Journal of Business and Psychology.

WORK IN PROGRESS: Projects which moved under/beyond IRB review process.

Hong, Y.-H., Harms, P. D., & Voorhees, C. M. Leader preferences study: Conjoint analysis. [Writing a manuscript; Aim to submit to Leadership Quarterly]

Matthews, R. A., Keller, A. C. & Hong, Y.-H. Longitudinal lag study with work attitude model. [Writing a manuscript; Aim to submit to Journal of Applied Psychology]Ford, M. T., Hong, Y.-H., Simcox, C., Eisenberger, R., & Song, X. The development of supervisor-subordinate relationship as a function of perceived and expressed emotion. [Data collection is in progress; Aim to submit to Academy of Management Journal]

Lisa Brady

Undergraduate School and Degree: The University of Alabama, BS in Psychology.

Graduate School and Degree Title: The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, MS in Industrial-Organizational Psychology.

Before entering the program, where did you come from? Folsom, Louisianna.

What is your focus area of research? Employee Well-Being, Mental Health, Workplace Stress.

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PUBLICATIONS

Harms, P. D., Brady, L., Wood, D., Silard, A. (2017). Resilience and Well-Being. In E. Diener, S. Oishi, & L. Tay (Eds). e-Handbook of Subjective Well-being. Nobascholar.

Wang, Y.-R., Zhuang, W., Brady, L., Pervez, A., Huh, Y., Ford, M. T. (in preparation). A meta-analytic investigation of the relationship and mechanism between job stressors and health behaviors. Target journal: Journal of Applied Psychology.

Brady, L., Cunningham, C. (in preparation). The role of sense of coherence in stressor appraisal. Target journal: Journal of Occupational Health Psychology.

Stowers, K., Brady, L., Huh, Y., & Wray, R. (2018, July) Assessing the role of behavioral markers in adaptive learning for emergency medical services. Accepted for presentation at the 9th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics. Orlando, FL.

Brady, L. (2018, June) Enhancing student psychological flexibility: Evidence-based exercises for management educators. Accepted for presentation at the 7th International Management and Organizational Behavior Teaching Society Conference: Sharing Best Teaching Practice, Building International Networks, Maynooth, Ireland.

Brady, L. (2018, March) Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT): Evidence-based exercises for educators. Paper presented at the 10th Educational Studies in Psychology, Research Methodology, and Counseling, Tuscaloosa, AL.

Brady, L. & Cunningham, C. (2017, June). The role of sense of coherence in stressor appraisal. Paper presented at the 12th International Conference on Work, Stress, & Health: Contemporary Challenges and Opportunities, Minneapolis, MN.

Youjeong Huh

Undergraduate School and Degree: The University of Michigan, BA with Distinction and Honors in Psychology.

Graduate School and Degree Title: State University of New York at Albany, MA in Industrial-Organizational Psychology.

Before entering the program, where did you come from? Previously, Youjeong worked as a Research Associate at Outmatch conducting validation studies and situational judgement tests. She also taught Introduction to Psychology at SUNY Albany.

What is your focus area of research? Employee Well-Being, Work-family Interface, Emotion.

PUBLICATIONS

Manuscript in Preparation

Huh, Y., & Ford, M. T. (in preparation). Employees’ reactions to their suffering co-worker.

Huh, Y., & Ford, M. T. (in preparation). Examining influence of domain transition and spouse reaction on employee’s turnover intention.

Wang, Y.-R., Zhuang, W., Brady, L., Pervez, A. Huh, Y., Ford, M. T. (in preparation). A meta-analytic investigation and mechanism between job stressors and health behaviors.

Book Chapter

Ford, M. T., Wang, Y.-R., & Huh, Y. (2018). Work, the work-family interface, and subjective well-being. In E. Diener, S. Oishi, & L. Tay (Eds.), Handbook of Well-Being. Noba Scholar Handbook series: Subjective well-being. Salt Lake City, UT: DEF publishers. DOI: nobascholar.com

Yi-Ren Wang

Undergraduate School and Degree: National Taiwan University, BS Psychology

Masters School and Degree Title: University at Albany – SUNY, MA Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Before entering the Ph.D. program, where did you come from? Before entering the program, I was a graduate research and teaching assistant at University at Albany. I have also previously worked as a research associate with Outmatch, Inc. on organizational diagnostics.

What is your focus area of research? Occupational Health Psychology, Work/Non-Work Interface, Organizational Justice

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PUBLICATIONS

Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., Wang, Y., & Jin, J. (2018). Shifts and Inconsistency in Daily Interpersonal Justice Predict Psychological Detachment and Affect at home. Revise and Resubmit at Journal of Vocational Behavior.

Ford, M., Wang, Y.-R., & Huh, Y. (2018). Work, the work-family interface, and subjective well-being. In E. Diener, S. Oishi, & L. Tay (Eds.), Handbook of well-being. Salt Lake City, UT: DEF Publishers.

Wang, Y.-R., Zhuang, W., Brady, L., Pervez, A., Huh, Y., & Ford, M. T. (in preparation). A meta-analytic investigation of the relationship and mechanism between job stressors and health behaviors.

Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., & Russell, R. A. (in preparation). The Effect of Job Insecurity on Prioritizing Work over Family and Increased Workload.

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