Research

In addition to his individual research areas, Adrian is most interested in directing the student driven research conducted by his doctoral students. Students typically start with topics within his main areas of interest but often end up in quite different areas. Currently, three students work in the lab and their main interests are listed below. Please feel free to contact them with regards to Adrian’s working style, the I/O Program, or Roosevelt University.

Sarah Jones is in her 3rd year at Roosevelt. Her thesis was completed fall 2012 on Counterproductive Work Behavior and Organizational Citizenship Behavior antecedents. Other areas of research interest include implicit association testing, faking, and psychometrics. At Roosevelt, she has been involved in consulting projects in nonprofit, educational, and medical industries on engagement, turnover, program evaluation, and job descriptions. She has also taught two undergraduate courses: Introduction to Statistics and Psychology of Advertising. Outside of school, Sarah enjoys reading and movies. She particularly likes thrillers, sci-fi, and foreign films. Please contact her with any questions at sarahjonesra@gmail.com

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