Caryn J. Block
- Ph.D., Industrial/Organizational Psychology, New York University
- M.A., Psychology, New York University
- B.S., Psychology, University of Illinois - Urbana
- The long term effects of stereotype threat in the workplace
- The influence of race and gender stereotypes on perceptions of leaders
- Consequences of using both descriptive and prescriptive racial stereotypes in evaluations of leaders
Castro, M., Block, C.J., Ferraris, D. & Roberson, L. (2013). Was my social identity just threatened? Making meaning of gendered cues in STEM academe. Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Conference, Orlando, Florida.
Block, C.J., Aumann, K. & Chelin, A. (2012). Assessing stereotypes of Black and White managers: A diagnostic ratio approach. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 42, S1, E128-E149.
Liberman, B.E., Block, C.J., & Koch, S.M. (2011) Diversity trainer preconceptions: The Effects of trainer race and gender on perceptions of diversity trainer effectiveness. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 33, 279-293.
Block, C.J., Koch, S.M., Liberman, B.E., Merriweather, T.J., & Roberson, L. (2011). Contending with stereotype threat at work: A model of long-term responses. The Counseling Psychologist, 39(4), 570-600.
Parlamis, J., Allred, K., & Block, C.J. (2010). Letting off steam or just steaming? The influence of target and status on attributions and anger. International Journal of Conflict Management, 21, 260-280.
Pfirman, S., Block, C., Bell, R. Roberson, L. & Culligan, P. (2010). Perspective: Transitioning from pet to peer. Science Career Magazine, January 29, 2010.
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Sponsored Doctoral Dissertation (Diane Bergeron) that was the winner of “Best Paper Based on a Dissertation” Award from Academy of Management’s Gender & Diversity in Organizations Division (2005).
Teachers College, Columbia University, Outstanding Teacher Award (1998-2006) *
*Awards discontinued by the college beginning, 2007
Professor Block serves as an ad hoc reviewer for the Journal of Applied Psychology, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, American Psychologist. Journal of Organizational and Occupational Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Academy of Management Review, and Sex Roles
ORLJ 4005: Organizational psychology
Introduction to theories and research that underlie the field of organizational psy-chology. Implications and applications in various organizational contexts are considered.
ORLJ 4901: Research and independent study in social-organizational psychology
ORLJ 5040: Research methods in social psychology
Open only to qualified doctoral students in the behavioral or social sciences. Representative approaches to practice in the design, conduct, and analysis of research. Fall: Experimental and quasi-experimental design. Spring: Field and survey methods; policy and evaluation research.
ORLJ 6347: Research workgroup in social-organizational psychology: Motivational issues in organizations
Permission required. Limited to doctoral students. Topics are announced in the preliminary and final course schedules distributed each semester.
ORLJ 6500: Stereotypes and stereotypic processes in organizational contexts
Open only to qualified doctoral students in the behavioral or social sciences. This course seeks to understand how stereotypes are typically structured and operate, as well as the types of information they include. This course specifically considers the role of stereotypes and stereotypic processes in organizational contexts.
ORLJ 6901: Advanced research and independent study in social-organizational psychology
ORLJ 8900: Dissertation advisement in social-organizational psychology
Fee to equal 3 points at current tuition rate for each term. For requirements, see section on Continuous Registration for Ed.D./Ph.D. degrees.
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