Milton D. Hakel

 

August, 2001

 

 

Department of Psychology

Bowling Green State University

Bowling Green, Ohio 43403

419/372-8144 or 2301

FAX: 419/372-6013

email: mhakel@bgnet.bgsu.edu

 

 

Work History

 

Organization Position From To

 

Bowling Green State University Professor and Ohio Board of 8/91 --

Regents' Eminent Scholar in

Industrial and Organizational

Psychology

Director, Institute for Psychological

Research and Applications 4/96 6/98

 

University of Houston Professor of Psychology 9/85 8/91

Director, Industrial/ 9/86 8/87

Organizational Psychology

Department Chair 9/87 8/91

 

Organizational Research & President 11/77 --

Development, Inc.

 

The Ohio State University Director, Industrial/ 10/68 9/78

Organizational Psychology

 

Assistant Professor 10/68 9/70

 

Associate Professor 10/70 9/74

 

Director, Organizational 10/73 6/76

Research Service

 

Professor 10/74 8/85

 

University of Minnesota Assistant Professor and 7/66 9/68

Research Associate

 

 

 


Honors

 

University Community Award, Bowling Green State University Department of Higher Education and Student Affairs, 1997

 

Distinguished Service Contributions Award, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 1995

 

Candidate for President, American Psychological Society, 1989, 1994.

 

Candidate for President, American Psychological Association, 1985, 1986, and 1987.

 

President, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 1983 - 1984.

 

Recipient - Fulbright-Hays Research Grant as senior scholar for the study of the influences of political ideologies on organizational staffing. Research data were gathered with the collaboration of Professor Enzo Spaltro from September through December 1978 in Bologna, Italy. During the period of the grant, seminars and lectures were presented at the University of Bologna, the Institute for Psychosocial Research and Intervention, Milan, and the University of Paris.

 

Winner of the 1965 James McKeen Cattell Award with M.D. Dunnette. The Award is given to the winner of an annual research proposal competition held by the Division of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, American Psychological Association. The proposal was titled, "The Nature and Importance of Stereotypy as a Basis for Decision Making in the Employment Interview."

 

Education

 

Graduate School: University of Minnesota, Department of Psychology

Doctor of Philosophy degree granted July, 1966. Major: Psychology

Supporting program: Research Methodology

Major Adviser: Professor Marvin D. Dunnette

Doctoral Committee: Professors Dunnette (chairman), D. Lykken, M.A. Trapold, R. Dawis, J. Butcher, D. MacEachern

Dissertation: Perceiver differences in interpersonal perceptions: An analysis of inter-rater agreement on scaled-expectation rating scales in an employment interview setting.

 

College: University of Minnesota, College of Science, Literature and Arts

Associate of Liberal Arts degree granted June, 1961

Bachelor of Arts degree granted March, 1963. Majors: Psychology and Philosophy. Advisers: Professor J.J. Jenkins (Psychology) and Professors H. Allen and D.B. Terrell (Philosophy).

 

Research Interests

 

Assessment and development of managerial, executive, and other social skills

Observation, impression formation, behavior prediction and decision making, as in employment interviews, assessment centers, and performance appraisals

Employee selection, including equal employment opportunity

Job analysis and Job Performance

 

 

University Research

 

Co-Principal investigator, Spencer Foundation, Applying the Science of Learning to University Education and Beyond, 2000-2001. The grant supported a working retreat for 40 researchers and administrators to frame a research agenda for reforming learning practices in higher education.

 

Co-Principal investigator, U. S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Effects of oral contraceptives, menstrual phase, bright light stimulation, and NSAIDs on performance, 1995-1997. This grant involves studying the effects of bright light stimulation and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs on task performance during 48 hours of sleep deprivation for female subjects.

 

Co-Principal investigator, U. S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Facilitating Effects on Performance Following Modification of Circadian Rhythms, 1993-1995. This grant involves studying the effects of bright light stimulation and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs on task performance during 48 hours of sleep deprivation for male subjects.

 

Principal investigator, Navy Personnel Research and Development Center contract #DAAG 29-91-D-0100, Delivery order 1907, 1986-87. This contract involved creating and administering a structured task analysis inventory to a stratified random sample of enlisted people serving in 25 navy ratings to assess the social interaction aspects of their work.

 

Principal investigator, Prudential Insurance Co. Behavior Models for Training Agency Managers in Interviewing. Funded 1981.

 

Principal investigator, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Grant. Race, sex and practice effects in ability testing. Funded 1980

 

Principal investigator, Standard Oil Co. (Ohio) Retail Outlet Manager Selection Project. This contract called for constructing a task inventory for retail outlet managers, clustering outlets on the basis of task similarity, developing interviewing procedures, and training area supervisors in their use. Funded 1977

 

Co-principal investigator, U.S. Coast Guard Contract DOT-CG-62625-A (with E. T. Cornelius). Tasks accomplished under this contract include development of a checklist-format job analysis instrument, a survey of 4000 jobs, clustering of similar jobs, and development of performance appraisal rating forms for each job cluster. Funded 1976-1978

 

Director, Organizational Research Service, a division of the Behavioral Science Laboratory. Several small scale training and research projects supported by external funding were conducted between 1974 and 1976

 

Principal investigator, Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections Contract AJD 4864-00F7-74. This contract called for a predictive validation study of the usefulness of several personality inventories for forecasting adjustment to incarceration. Funded 1974-1976

 

Principal investigator, United States Air Force Human Resources Laboratory Contract F41609-72-C-0044. This contract called for experimentation with social incentives in technical instruction in Air Force training. Included in the project were a literature review, incentive scaling, and implementation and evaluation of a social incentive management system. Funded 1972-1974

 

Principal investigator, National Science Foundation grant GS-2355. This grant continued and expanded the work begun at Minnesota in 1966 on NSF grant GS-1081. Funded 1968-1974

 

Industry Fellow, Marathon Oil Company, summer, 1969. This fellowship was used to conduct a program of research on individual and organizational factors in accidents and absences in three oil refineries

 

Interdisciplinary work on human resources, 1970-1972. This was a collaborative effort with faculty members from economics, education, sociology, public administration, and preventive medicine to develop instruction and research programs in human resources

 

Planning grant from the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences to develop a research proposal concerning the "skills of the unskilled," 1969-1970

 

Co-principal investigator on National Science Foundation grant GS-1081, "Interpersonal perception and behavior prediction." This research focused on decision making in employment interviews, especially on the accuracy of behavior predictions made on the basis of interpersonal perceptions. The stability, generality, validity and modifiability of interviewers' personal construct systems was investigated, 1966-1968

 

Research assistant and research fellow working under the direction of Dr. M.D. Dunnette on projects studying unusually satisfying and unusually dissatisfying job situations, and the measurement and trait validation of managerial and supervisory empathy, 1963-1966

 


University Service

 

Departmental Service, Bowling Green State University

Director, Institute for Psychological Research and Application, 1996-98, 2001-02

Doctoral Program Review Committee, 1994-95

Salary, Promotion, and Tenure Committee, 1992-93, 94-96

Save TRAPPER Emergency Action Committee, 1992

 

University Service, Bowling Green State University

University Committee on Values and the Bowling Green Experience, 2001--

Success Challenge Network, Chair, 2000--2001

Common Time Task Force, 1999--2001

Electronic Portfolio Pilot Project Task Force, Chair, 1999

Literacy Learn and Serve, Mentor, 1998

Springboard Design Team, Chair, 1996

Teaching and Learning Task Force, 1996-97

First Year Experience Task Force, 1996

Student Achievement Assessment Committee, Chair, 1995-

Learning Assessment Committee, Chair, 1995-6

VPAA Search Committee, Chair, 1995

Ohio Board of Regents Advisory Committee on Faculty Workload, 1993-94

Salary Equity Ad Hoc Committee, Faculty Senate, 1993-94

Faculty Senate, 1993-96

General Education Committee, 1993-96

Advocates for Academic Independence, Coordinator, 1992-94

Olscamp Research Award Selection Committee, 1992

Ad Hoc Program Evaluation, College of Arts & Sciences, 1992

 

Departmental Service, University of Houston

 

Department Chair, Psychology, 1987-1991

Director, Industrial-Organizational Doctoral Program, 1986-1987

Executive Committee, 1985-1987

Space Task Force, 1986-1987

Salary Equity Review Committee, 1986

 

University Service, University of Houston

 

President's Budget Advisory Council, 1989-1991

Faculty Senate, 1988-1991

Budget Committee, 1989-1991

Faculty Affairs Committee, 1988-1989

Provost's Task Force on Faculty in the 1990s, 1990

Esther Farfel Award Selection Committee, 1990

Master Plan Task Force on Land, Space, and Commercial Development, 1990

Committee to Review the Dean of Humanities and Fine Arts, Chair, 1989

Town & Gown Discussion Group, 1987-1991

Search Committee, Chair for Afro-American Studies Program, 1988-89, 1989-1990

System Funding Crisis Petition, Co-Chair, 1987

Search Committee, Dean-Social Science, 1986

 

Departmental Service, Ohio State University

 

Graduate Programs, 1978-1981, 1984-1985

Computer, 1980-1985

Development, 1980-1981 (Chair)

Undergraduate Programs, 1979-1982

Speakers, Library and Publicity, 1976

Space, 1974-1976

Executive, 1970-1973

Admissions, 1968-1974 (Chair, 1970-1972), 1981-1985

Stipends and Fellowships, 1968-1976 (Chair, 1972-1976)

Director, Industrial-Organizational Doctoral Program, 1968-1978

 

University Service, Ohio State University

 

Graduate Residency Requirements, subcommittee of Graduate Council, 1979-1980

Post Doctoral Research Fellow Selection Committee, 1979-1982

William Green Fellowship Committee, 1970-1985

Interdisciplinary Committee for Labor and Human Resources, 1969-1972

 

 

Professional Activities

 

Fellow, Charter Member, Founding Board Member, American Psychological Society, 1988-

Treasurer, 1989-1993, Secretary, 1996-1997

Co-Chair, First Summit Meeting of Psychological Societies, University of Oklahoma, January, 1989.

Co-Chair, Second Summit Meeting of Psychological Societies, University of Arizona, January, 1990.

Co-Chair and Local Arrangements, Third Summit Meeting of Psychological Societies, University of Houston, January, 1991

Member, Interim Steering Committee to plan a national research agenda for psychology, 1990-1991

Chair, Human Capital Initiative Coordinating Committee, 1991-

Co-Chair, Fifth Summit Meeting of Psychological Societies, University of California, Santa Barbara, May, 1998.

Co-Chair, Applying the Science of Learning to University Education, Kellogg Center at Cal Poly Pomona, March, 2001.

 

 

Member, Board of Directors, Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO), Alexandria, Virginia, 1989 -

 

Member, Board of Governors, Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, North Carolina, 1990-1996, Chair of Research Committee, 1993-1996.

 

Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology

President-Elect, 1982-1983

President, 1983-1984

Member, Workshop Committee, 1970-1972

Representative to Inter-Association Council on Test Reviewing, 1971-1973

Chair, Committee on Committees, 1972-1974

Member, Program Committee, 1974-1976

Elected Member, Executive Committee, 1976-1977, 1979-1985, 1987

Chair, Awards Committee, 1984-1985

Chair, Ad Hoc Committee on APA Reorganization, 1985-1987

 

Fellow of the American Psychological Association, 1972-1990

Member, Council of Representatives, 1976-1977, 1979-1982, 1987-88

Member, APA Reorganization Subcommittee, Scientist/Practitioner Coalition, 1980-1982

Member, Executive Committee, Research Academic Coalition, 1980-1983

Coordinator, Research Academic Coalition, 1982-1983

Member, Board of Professional Affairs, 1982-1984

Chair, Agenda Committee, Forum A, 1982-1983

Nominee, President of APA, 1985, 1986, 1987

Founder and Coordinator, Coalition of Concerned Researchers 1985-1987

Member, Policy and Planning Board, 1988-90

 

Member, Board of Trustees, Association for the Advancement of Psychology, 1982-1983

 

Member, Board of Trustees, American Board of Professional Psychology, 1986-1990

 

Charter Member, Assembly for Scientific and Applied Psychology, 1987-1988

 

Member, Academy of Management and its Divisions of Personnel and Human Resources and of Organizational Behavior

Member, Program Committee, Personnel and Human Resources Division, 1979, 1987

Member, Membership Committee, P/HR Division, 1979-1980

 

Other Memberships:

Society of Organizational Behavior, 1975-1987

American Association for the Advancement of Science

International Association of Applied Psychology

Houston Area Industrial and Organizational Psychologists, 1985-1991

Michigan Area Industrial and Organizational Psychologists, 1992-

 

Editorial Activities:

 

Editor, Current Directions in Psychological Science, 1997-1998

Editor, Personnel Psychology, 1973-1984, member of Editorial Board, 1972-1973 & 1984-Publisher, 1984-

Member of Editorial Board, Personnel and Human Resources Research, 1992-

Member of Editorial Board, Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1975-1984

Member of Editorial Board, Journal of Assessment Center Technology, 1978-1985

Editorial Consultant, Journal of Applied Psychology, 1969-1976

Editorial Consultant, American Psychologist, 1979 -

Editorial Consultant, Professional Psychology, 1982-

Member of Editorial Board, Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, 1970-1975

Member of Editorial Board, Journal of Vocational Behavior, 1969-1978

 

Other Activities:

 

Diplomate, American Board of Professional Psychology, Inc., in Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Founder, Summit Conference -- a discussion group of 25 psychologists from major industries and universities

Member, Board of Directors, Foundation for Study of Developments in Industrial Psychology in Europe, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1974 - 1978

Member of the Assessment Center Research Group, 1976-1985

Member, Alverno College Advisory Committee on Validation, Milwaukee, 1978 - 1984

Coordinator, working group for "Designing Research with Implementation in Mind," Conference on Innovations in Methodology, Division 14, APA, March, 1981.

Proposal Reviewer, National Science Foundation, Management and Decision Sciences, 1982

Chair, Scientific Advisory Group for Project A, Army Research Institute, 1983, a nine-year, $30 million longitudinal study of the measurement of human differences and the prediction of military job performance.

Advisor, National Policy Board on Educational Administration, 1991-93

Consultant on alternative certification programs for school administrators, State of Texas, 1993-

Member, Alverno College Commission on Education in the 21st Century, 1993-1994

Member, National Council, Alverno College, 1995

Member, U.S. National Committee for the International Union of Psychological Science, 1997-

Member, Committee on Assessment and Teacher Quality, National Academy of Sciences, 1999-2000

Member, Board on Testing and Assessment, National Academy of Sciences, 1999-2005

 


Publications

 

Books:

 

Hakel, M.D. and Dunnette, M.D. Checklists for describing job applicants. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Industrial Relations Center, 1970.

 

Hakel, M.D., Sorcher, M., Beer, M. and Moses, J.L. Making It Happen: Designing Research with Implementation in Mind. Beverly Hills, CA.: Sage Publishing Co., 1982.

Hakel, M.D., Beyond Multiple Choice: Evaluating Alternatives to Traditional Testing for Selection. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1998.

 

Articles:

 

Hakel, M.D. Predicting college achievement from the Edwards Personal Preference Schedule using intellectual ability as a moderator. Journal of Applied Psychology, 1966, 50, 336-340.

 

Hakel, M.D. Employment interviewing. The Personnel Administrator, 1967, 12, (Sept.-Oct.), 11-14.

 

Hakel, M.D. and Mannel, C.H. Problems in the recruiting interview: The eye of the beholder. Journal of College Placement, 1968, 29-1, 38-42.

 

Hakel, M.D. and Mannel, C.H. Problems in the recruiting interview: If at first you don't succeed... Journal of College Placement, 1968, 29-2, 65-70.

 

Hakel, M.D. and Dunnette, M.D. Interpersonal perception in the employment interview: A report of the 1965 Cattell Award winners. The Industrial Psychologist, 1968, 5-2, 28-36.

 

Hakel, M.D. and Mannel, C.H. Problems in the recruiting interview: The early bird gets the worm. Journal of College Placement, 1969, 29-3, 83-86.

 

Hakel, M.D. and Mannel, C.H. Problems in the recruiting interview: There's no fool like.... Journal of College Placement, 1969, 29-4, 89-92.

 

Hakel, M.D., Dobmeyer, T.W. and Dunnette, M.D. The relative importance of three content dimensions in ratings of job applicant's resumes. Journal of Applied Psychology, 1970, 54, 65-71.

 

Hakel, M.D., Hollmann, T.D., and Dunnette, M.D. Accuracy of interviewers, accountants, and students in identifying the interests of accountants. Journal of Applied Psychology, 1970, 54, 115-119.

 

Hakel, M.D., Ohnesorge, J.P., and Dunnette, M.D. Interviewer evaluations of job applicant's resumes as a function of the qualifications of the immediately preceding applicants--an examination of contrast effects. Journal of Applied Psychology, 1970, 54, 27-30.

 

Hakel, M.D. and Schuh, A.J. Job applicant attributes judged important across seven diverse occupations. Personnel Psychology, 1971, 24, 45-52.

 

Hakel, M.D. Similarity of post interview trait rating intercorrelations as a contributor to interrater agreement in a structured employment interview. Journal of Applied Psychology, 1971, 55, 443-448.

 

Washburn, P.V., and Hakel, M.D. Visual cues and verbal content as influences on impressions formed after simulated employment interviews. Journal of Applied Psychology, 1973, 58, 137-141.

 

London, M., and Hakel, M.D. The effects of interviewer's ideal applicant stereotype and expected typical applicant and type, order, and favorability of information on impression formation in the selection interview. Journal of Applied Psychology, 1974, 59, 157-162.

 

Hakel, M.D. Normative personality factors recovered from scalings of personality descriptors: The beholder's eyes. Personnel Psychology, 1974, 27, 409-422.

 

Bernstein, V.F., Hakel, M.D., and Harlan, A. The college student as interviewer--A threat to generalizability? Journal of Applied Psychology, 1975, 60, 266-268.

 

Hakel, M.D. Some comments and questions on applied learning. Personnel Psychology, 1976, 29, 361-365.

 

Imada, A.S., and Hakel, M.D. Influence on nonverbal communication and rater proximity on impressions and decisions in simulated employment interviews. Journal of Applied Psychology, 1977, 62, 295-300.

 

Sackett, P.R., and Hakel, M.D. Temporal stability and individual differences in using assessment information to form overall ratings. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, 1979, 23, 120-137.

 

Cornelius, E.T., Hakel, M.D. and Sackett, P.R. A methodological approach to job classification for performance appraisal purposes. Personnel Psychology, 1979, 32, 283-298.

 

Smith, J.E., and Hakel, M.D. Convergence among data sources response bias and reliability and validity of a structured job analysis questionnaire. Personnel Psychology, 1979, 32, 677-692.

 

Hakel, M.D. Ralph M. Stogdill (1904-1978). American Psychologist, 1980, 35, 101.

 

Hakel, M.D. Challenges of diversity: An American's view of work psychology in Europe. In de Wolff, C., Shimmin, S., & de Montmollin, M. (Eds.) Conflicts and Contradictions: Work Psychologists in Europe. London: Academic Press, 1981.

 

Francesco, A.M., and Hakel, M.D. Sex role and gender as determinants of ratings and rankings of applicants for sex-typed jobs. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 1981, 5, 747-757.

 

Hakel, M.D. Employment Interviewing. In Rowland, K. and Ferris, G. Personnel Management. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1982.

 

Kraiger, K., Hakel, M.D. and Cornelius, E.T. Exploring fantasies of TAT reliability. Journal of Personality Assessment, 1984.

 

Hakel, M.D. and Hakel, L.E. The science and practice of making decisions. Professional Psychology, 1984, 15, 626-637.

 

Hakel, M.D. Preface to Beehr, T. and Bhagat, R. Human Stress and Cognition in Organizations: An Integrated Perspective, New York: John Wiley Interscience, 1984.

 

McDonald, T. and Hakel, M.D. Effects of race, sex, suitability, and answers on interviewer's questioning strategy and ratings. Personnel Psychology, 1985, 38, 321-334.

 

Hakel, M.D. Preface to Decker, P.J. and Nathan, B.R. Behavior Modeling Training, New York: Praeger, 1985.

 

Hakel, M.D. Personnel Selection and Placement, in Rosenzwieg, M.R. and Porter, L. W. (Eds.), Annual Review of Psychology, Palo Alto: Annual Reviews, Inc., 1986.

 

Moses, J.L., Hakel, M.D. Ten Reasons Why Springfield Works, NASSP Bulletin, 1986, 69 (486), 36-38.

 

Hogan, P.M., Hakel, M.D. and Decker, P.J. Effects of Trainee- generated versus Trainer-provided Rule Codes on Generalization in Behavior Modeling Training. Journal of Applied Psychology, 1986, 71, 469-473.

 

Harvey, R.J., Friedman, L., Hakel, M.D. & Cornelius, E.T., Dimensionality of the Job Element Inventory (JEI), an easily administered worker-oriented job analysis questionnaire. Journal of Applied Psychology, 1988, 73, 639-646.

 

Hakel, M.D., Van De Voort, D.M. and Stalder, B. Gaining and maintaining acceptance of job analysis. In Gael, S. Job Analysis Handbook, New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1988.

 

Hakel, M.D. Merit-Based Selection: Measuring the Person for the Job, in Cascio, W.F.,(Ed.) Human Resource Planning, Employment, & Placement. Washington, DC: ASPA/BNA, 1989.

 

Hakel, M.D. The State of Employment Interview Research, in Ferris, G.R. and Eder, R.W. (Eds.) The employment interview: theory, research, and practice. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., 1989.

 

Hakel, M.D. The Consulting Academician, in Bray, D.W. Working with Organizations and Their People. New York: Guilford Press, 1991.

 

Foss, D.J., Spence, J.T., Hakel, M.D. and five others. The Human Capital Initiative. APS Observer, Special Issue, February, 1992.

 

Hakel, M.D. and 10 others. The Changing Nature of Work: Specific Research Initiatives in the Human Capital Initiative. APS Observer, Vol. 6, No. 6, October, 1993.

 

Hakel, M.D. The Past, Present, and Future of OB Applications by Consulting Academicians, in Greenberg, J. Organizational Behavior: The State of the Science. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 1994.

 

Hakel, M.D. What We Must Learn from Alverno. About Campus, 1997, Vol. 2, No. 3, 16-21.

 

Wright, Kenneth P., Badia, Pietro, Myers, Brian L., Plenzler, Steven C., and Hakel, Milton D. (1997). Caffeine and light effects on nighttime melatonin and temperature levels in sleep-deprived humans. Brain Research, 747, 78-84.

 

Maynard, Douglas C. and Hakel, M. D. (1997). Effects of objective and subjective task complexity on performance. Human Performance, 10, 303-330.

 

Svyantek, F. L. H., Svyantek. D. J., and Hakel, M. D. (1998). The influence of management and supervision in organizational transformation efforts. Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences.

 

Ployhart, Robert E. and Hakel, M. D. (1998). Substantive nature of performance variabiliity: predicting inter-individual differences in intra-individual performance. Personnel Psychology, 51, 859-901.

 

Reeve, C. L. and Hakel, M. D. (2000). Toward understanding adult intellectual development: Investigating within-individual convergence of interest and knowledge profiles. Journal of Applied Psychology, 85, xxx-xxy.

 

Hakel, M. D. and McCreery, E. A. W. (2000). Springboard: student-centered assessment for development. In Fallows, S. and Steven, C. (Eds.), Integrating key skills in higher education. London: Kogan Page.

 

Reeve, C. L. and Hakel, M. D. (in press, 2001). Asking the right questions about g. Human Performance.

 

Rogelberg, Steven G., Fisher, Gwenith G., Maynard, Douglas C., Hakel, Milton D., Horvath, Michael. (2001). Attitudes toward surveys: development of a measure and its relationship to respondent behavior. Organizational Research Methods, 4, 3-25.

 

Book Reviews:

 

Hakel, M.D. What makes Schmidt run? Review of Porter, L.W. and Lawler, E.E. III, Managerial attitudes and performance. Contemporary Psychology, 1970, 15, 518-519.

 

Hakel, M.D. Microcounseling. Macroimpact? Review of Ivey, A.E. Microcounseling: Innovations in interviewing training. Contemporary Psychology, 1974, 19, 321-322.

 

Hakel, M.D. Continuity and a little change in psychology applied to life and work. Review of Hepner, H.W., Psychology applied to life and work (6th edition). Contemporary Psychology, 1981.

 

Hakel, M.D. Learning that Lasts. Review of Marcia Mentkowski and Associates, Learning That Lasts: Integrating Learning, Development, and Performance in College and Beyond. Psychological Science, 2001.

 


Master's Theses Directed

 

Ohio State University

 

McCullough, J.L. Qualitative differences in argument topics, roleplay induced attitude change, and susceptibility of new attitudes to persuasive attack. 1969.

 

Robert, Apparecida C. Comparison of two formulations for predicting organizational attraction. 1969.

 

Leonard, Russell L., Jr. Motivation, length of set, and order of presentation as determinants of contrast and assimilation effects in the evaluation of employment resumes. 1970.

 

Tompkins, Donald S. Influence as a function of communicator similarity, expertness, and attractiveness. 1970.

 

Goral, John R. Cognitive complexity, accuracy of impressions, and ability to differentiate among five independent personality dimensions. 1970.

 

Washburn, Paul V. Interviewer enthusiasm, mode of information presentation, and applicant perceptions of interviewer behaviors as determiners of attraction and evaluation. 1970.

 

Raben, Charles S. Sensitivity training: Value-orientation as an elicitor of behavioral change. 1970.

 

Haccoun, Robert R. Weighting and order of cues as determiners of decisions in a simulated selection interview situation--a reformulation and empirical test of the concept of "Gating." 1970.

 

Taylor, Juliet K. Predictions of organizational buying behavior from organizational demographics using multiple regression and factor analysis. 1971.

 

Strickland, William J. Predicting selection for graduate study in the Department of Psychology. 1971.

 

Olivero, Gerald, Retest reliability and discriminant and convergent validity in three rating scale formats. 1971.

 

Huk, Adrian I. Achievement, motivation, fear of failure, expectancy for locus of control, and their relation to risk-taking behavior in skill and chance tasks. 1971.

 

Smith, Jack E. Prediction of achievement and peer nominations from aptitude and personality measures in a veterinary medicine program. 1971.

 

Cordea, David J. Analysis of certain incentive parameters in expectancy theories of motivation. 1972.

 

Bernstein, Victoria F. Face work, ingratiation and conformity: A review and test. 1972.

 

Harlan, Anne. Differential effects of interviewer training on perspectives of applicants in a simulated employment interview. 1972.

 

Gilmore, David C. Predicting an organization's acceptance of job applicants and job applicant's acceptance of organizations. 1972.

 

Boltwood, Charles E. A theoretical analysis of four rating situations in a hospital setting: A field experiment. 1973.

 

Roberts, Blain M. A three dimensional factor analytic investigation of the three sources of variance in personality ratings: Subject variance, scale variance and concept variance. 1973.

 

Chlopak, Donna C. The relative influence of job qualifications and applicants' background fit to the job on interviewer decisions. 1974.

 

Del Gaizo, Edward R. Predicting ratings of social incentives using demographic and personal characteristics. 1974.

 

Imada, Andrew S. The effects of implicit-nonverbal cues and sources of rating on post-interview ratings in a simulated employment interview. 1975.

 

Rapaport, Ross J. Relationships among multiple criteria of training effectiveness: A look at modeling, role playing, and videotape feedback. 1975.

 

Sackett, Paul R. Information utilization in an assessment center context. 1977.

 

Van De Voort, David M. A field investigation of the job applicant as experimental subject: the effect of informed consent on personnel test data. 1980.

 

McDonald, Lynn Tracy. Impression confirmation and the interview: A focus on the interviewer. 1981.

 

Kraiger, Kurt. Exploring fantasies of TAT reliability: The influence of retest instruction on power motive stability and story similarity. 1981.

 

Hogan, Paula M. The relative efficacy of trainee-generated versus trainer-provided rule coding for observational learning generalization. 1983.

 

McNelis, Kathy. A comparison of formal symbol coding operations on generalized retention in behavior modeling. 1984.

 

 

University of Houston

 

Wittler, June. Self efficacy measurement: A comparison of general, domain, and task-specific measures and their interaction with task experience. 1987.

 

Svyantek, Frances Herbst. The impact of four factors on subordinate behavior: A test of four models. 1988.

 

Stratton, Sharon. The effects of measurement on performance: Design of a laboratory experiment. 1988.

 

McCulloch, Malcolm. Analyzing the Social Context of Jobs: Testing the Social Scale of Functional Job Analysis. 1988.

 

Bowling Green State University

 

Lightner, Judith. Factors Leading to Cross Cultural Adjustment and Satisfaction in Overseas Relocation. 1993.

 

Graf, Deanna. Antecedents to Employee Readiness for Planned Organizational Change. 1994.

 

Maynard, Douglas Objective and Subjective Task Complexity: Moderators and Mediators of Task Performance, 1996.

 

Reeve, Charlie L. Toward understanding adult intellectual development: Investigating the relationship between individual interests and intra-individual knowledge differentiation. 1998.

 

 

Doctoral Dissertations Directed

 

Ohio State University

 

Schuh, Allen J. Effect of employment interviewing training on perceptions of a job applicant. 1971.

 

McCullough, J. Lee. The use of a measure of net counter argumentation in differentiating the impact of persuasive communications. 1971.

 

Courtney, Dennis M. The effects of member power, power motivation, and set to cooperate or compete with other group members in small decision making groups. 1971.

 

Connell, Kenneth F. Evaluations of goal-setting meetings in rehabilitation service teams. 1972.

 

Murray, John R. The performance and attitudinal consequences of unplanned frustration due to programmed loops in a computer assisted course in introductory psychology. 1972.

 

Valecha, Gopal K. Construct validation of internal-external locus of control as measured by an abbreviated 11-item I-E scale. 1972.

 

Leonard, Russell L. Congruity of expectations and personality characteristics as determinants of decision in a simulated employment interview setting.

 

Odita, Florence C. Differences in pay, promotion, job title, and related factors between employed male and female college graduates as indicators of sex discrimination. 1972.

 

Ketchel, James M. The development of methodology for evaluating the effectiveness of a volunteer health planning organization. 1972.

 

Cooper, Michael. Satisfaction, perceived influence, and decision-riskiness: The effects of participation and commitment in decision-making groups. 1972.

 

Goral, John R. The effects of career stage and situation difficulty on the behavior and satisfaction of life insurance agency managers. 1972.

 

Tompkins, Donald S. Group effectiveness as a function of leadership style moderated by stage of group development. 1972.

 

Siegfried, William D. The joint effects of item favorability and item relevance on the judgment of employment resumes under three instructional conditions. 1972.

 

Haccoun, Robert R. Mandate base and evaluation source as determiners of negotiator behavior. 1973.

 

Olivero, Gerald. Expectancy theory predictions of motivation moderated by race, sex and socioeconomic status. 1973.

 

Raben, Charles S. Participation and member power base in group decision making. 1973.

 

Washburn, Paul V. Group process and productivity. 1973.

 

Bernstein, Victoria F. Equity perceptions and the choice of comparison others. 1974.

 

Harlan, Anne. Effects of intrinsic and extrinsic reinforcement on job performance and satisfaction. 1974.

 

Cohen, Dan. The effects of task choice, monetary, and verbal reward on intrinsic motivation: A closer look at Deci's cognitive evaluation theory. 1974.

 

London, Manuel. The effects of participation and information on group process and outcome. 1974. (Co-advisor, Dr. Klimoski).

 

Gilmore, David C. The effects of knowledge of results and social reinforcement on goal setting, performance, and satisfaction. 1974.

 

Hesketh, Jose L. Development of a normative model of performance and satisfaction in individual decision making: An empirical test of initiative, need for power, self-esteem, intelligence, decisiveness, need for achievement, and grade point average as predictive factors. 1974. (Co-advisor, Dr. Klimoski).

 

Kesselman, Gerald A. Locus of control and monetary rewards as related to causal attributions, intrinsic motivation, performance and satisfaction: Toward a cognitive theory of motivation. 1975.

 

Hagen, Eileen. The effects of appraisal interview style, goal setting, and differential feedback on satisfaction, motivation and performance. 1975.

 

Smith, Jack E. Evaluation of the position analysis questionnaire and its ramifications for other structured job analysis questionnaires. 1975.

 

Davis, Juliet Taylor. The effect of influential individuals, information received from them, behavior invoked by the interaction, and personal and psychological variables on the medical speciality chosen by medical students. 1976.

 

Karol, Barbara L. Relationship of recruiter behavior, perceived similarity, and prior information to applicants' assessments of the campus recruitment interview. 1977.

 

Friedman, Barry A. The effect of first impressions and sensitivity on response bias: A signal detection theoretical approach. 1977.

 

Francesco, Anne Marie. Sex role and gender as determinants of ratings and rankings of applicants for sex-typed jobs. 1976.

 

Collins, Marianne Nelson. The construct validity of reported unsafe behaviors. 1977. (Dr. Cornelius, co-advisor).

 

Durham, Charles Vernon. The assessment center process and personnel development. 1978.

 

Imada, Andrew S. Social interaction, observation and stereotypes as determinants of differentiation and integration in peer ratings. 1978.

 

Lyness, Karen S. The relationships among social episode perception, antecedent variables and performance. 1978.

 

Decker, Philip J. The effects of coding and rehearsal on reproduction and generalizability of modeled events: An amplification of applied learning. 1979.

 

Sackett, Paul R. The interviewer as hypothesis tester: The effects of impressions of an applicant on subsequent interviewer behavior. 1979.

 

Robinson, Robert M. A comparison of objective descriptions, perceptual ratings, and affective ratings of organizational characteristics. 1979. (Dr. Cornelius, co-advisor)

 

James, Earnest. Communication structure, task complexity, and individual need congruence. 1981.

 

Weldon, Elizabeth. Uniqueness deprivation in laboratory task groups. 1982.

 

Harvey, Robert J. A new approach to job classification using two-mode factor analysis. 1982.

 

Wilson, Mark A. Bioconstruct and multiconstruct models of employee selection data: A structural equation analysis. 1983.

 

Morgan, Ronald. Use of task difficulty and ability judgments in self-assessments of training and development needs. 1983.

 

McDonald, Lynn Tracy. The effect of dimension content on observation of job performance and ratings. 1983.

 

Nilan, Kevin. A study of recipient reactions to receiving developmental feedback from a peer group of co-trainees. 1983.

 

Rafaeli, Anat. Quality circles as a form of employee participation and job design. 1983.

 

Schaalman, Mary Lou. Behavioral clarification of rating dimensions. 1984.

 

Wroten, Steven P. Estimating SDy for economic utility calculations: measurement validity of Schmidt-Hunter's method of direct estimation. 1984.

 

Schaab, Nancy. A comparison of computer-assisted videodisk and behavior modeling training programs. 1985.

 

Coovert, Michael D. Schematic processing of job information. 1985.

 

McNelis, Kathleen. Multidimensional scaling, job evaluation and comparable worth. 1985.

 

Hogan, Paula. A laboratory investigation of field dependence and job characteristics. 1985.

 

Rassenfoss, Sarah. Managing women's role conflict: The effects of role change, attitudes, and status. 1985.

 

University of Houston

 

Fox, Steven. Task type as a boundary condition on the effect of goal setting on performance. 1988.

 

Cerrone, Steven. The effect of negative examples in a behavior modeling workshop. 1988.

 

Watson, Mary. The effect of cognitive categorization on perception and inference: a theoretical extension and an application to AIDS. 1990.

 

Perlow, Richard. Testing four models of transfer of training. 1990.

 

McCulloch, Malcolm. Relationships among practice, feedback, self-efficacy, and in-basket performance. 1990.

 

Woods, Paul K. An empirical study of the effect of a decision support system on participative decision making intent. 1991.

 

Eyring, Alison Romney. Job applicant decisions: Theory development and an extension of the literature. 1991.

 

Stuebing, Karla K. A Monte Carlo comparison of psychometric and empirical Bayes meta-analytic techniques. 1991.

 

Kendrick, Karen L. Influences of assessment center participation on assessee perceptions of self and the target job. 1992.

 

 


Bowling Green State University

 

Heckert, Teresa Kruger. Effects of Base Rates on the Applicability of Neural Network Analysis for Classification. 1994.

 

Delany, Pilar. An examination of different methods of determining the accuracy of self ratings in 360 degree feedback. 1995.

 

DeLaTorre, Filipe. Effects of organizational transfer climate and pretraining attitudes on transfer of training. 1995

 

Brodke, Michelle Haff. Examining the Roles of Mental Models and Motivational Constructs in Classroom Learning and Achievement. 1996.

 

Maynard, Douglas. Underemployment in the Selection Process: Managerial Perceptions and Policies. 1998.

 

Andrews, Tanya. The Roles of Training, Culture Distance, and Personality in the Adjustment, Performance, and Social Ability of International Students in the U. S. 1999.

 

McCormick, Sheila. Effect of Information Obtained During the Interview Process on Employee Turnover. 2000.

 

Reeve, Charlie L. Using Latent Variable Analysis to Explore the Contribution of General and Specific Abilities in Academic Achievement: Is There More than g? 2001.

 

Other Doctoral Advisees

 

Cointin, Emily

Crewe, Brian