The Personal Growth & Methods Lab engages in various projects related to one of three areas: personal growth, international student well-being, and data collection methodology. We are currently recruiting students to assist with projects related to the relationships among gender, empowerment, and personal growth.
Companies are often concerned with collective human capital flow, or overall employee movement into and out of organizations, as it has effects on outcomes such as performance, productivity, climate, and cohesion. This study will look at how different types of organizational crises such as ethical issues, financial misconduct, environmental issues, or product issues influence collective human capital flow.
Psychotherapy process and outcome variables; Applied psychology experiences; Undergraduate student success; Infusing diversity and social justice material into classrooms.
Lab Research Assistants needed.
Several volunteer or IR&R research assistants for 4 or more hours/week available each semester.
Looking for a few good students to work on a research project. We need some dedicated students to help administer a lab study that we hope to run soon.
General Research Interest: I/O Psychology. Current Undergraduate Opportunities: Data Collection, Data coding, Data cleaning, Experimental Facilitating.
General Research Interest: Emotions and how we manage them in the workplace. Current Undergraduate Opportunities: Must be male, time commitment is variable: 1-3 hours preferably with some availability on Fridays.
Research program focuses primarily on career development with a particular interest in the ways in which culture and social identities influence interests, choices, leadership, and educational and career outcomes.
Compiling and summarizing literature & data entry, time commitment: 1-2 hours a week. Current Number of Openings: 1
Understanding Motivation and Emotions in Call Center Work (Laboratory Simulation; Field Research at a Call Center Organization). Current Undergraduate Opportunities: Assisting in all phases of the research process.
Examining the relationship between benevolent ageism and gender on mental health outcomes in older adults; how minority stress (outness and internalized homophobia) in same-sex couples influences sexual and relationship satisfaction; how to teach about diversity topics at the college level; experiences of discrimination and acculturation in a lifespan sample of Bhutanese refugees.