Elissa L. Perry
- Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University
- M.S., Carnegie Mellon University
- B.S., Trinity College
- The role of personal characteristics (e.g., age, generational membership, gender, race, disability) in human resource judgments, organizational behavior, and employment outcomes
- Diversity training and sexual harassment awareness training
Perry, E.L., Dokko, G., & Golom, F. (2012). The aging worker and person-environment fit. In J.W. Hedge and W.C. Borman (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Work and Aging. Oxford University Press (pp. 187-212).
Perry, E.L., Kulik, C.T., Bustamante, J., & Golom, F.D. (2010). The impact of reason for training on the relationship between "Best Practices" and sexual harassment training effectiveness. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 21(2), 187-208.
Perry, E.L., Kulik, C.T., & Field, M.P. (2009). Sexual harassment training: Recommendations to address gaps between the practitioner and research literatures. Human Resource Management, 48(5), 817-837.
Kulik, C.T., Roberson, L., & Perry, E.L. (2007). The multiple category problem: Category activation and inhibition in the hiring process. Academy of Management Review, 32, 529 - 548.
Perry, E.L., & Parlamis, J.D. (2005). Age and ageism in organizations: A review and consideration of national culture. In Konrad, A.M., Prasad, P., & Pringle, J.K. (Eds.), Handbook of Workplace Diversity. London: Sage publications.
Goldberg, C., Finkelstein, L.M., Perry, E.L., & Konrad, A.M. (2004). Job and industry fit: The effects of age and gender matches on career progress outcomes. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 25, 807-830.
Perry, E. L., Hendricks, W., & Broadbent, E. (2000). An exploration of access and treatment discrimination and job satisfaction among college graduates with and without physical disabilities. Human Relations, 53, 923-955.
Perry, E.L., Davis-Blake, A., & Kulik, C.T. (1994). Explaining gender-based selection decisions: A synthesis of contextual and cognitive approaches. Academy of Management Review, 19, 786-820.
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Member, American Psychological Association
Member, Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology
Editorial board member, Journal of Management
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ORLJ 4009: Understanding behavioral research
Overview of alternative methods of behavioral research and their relative strengths and limitations. Application of methodological principles in order to read and evaluate social science research and learn how to begin to conduct research.
ORLJ 5020: Special topics in Organizational Psychology
Faculty. New and emerging developments, practices, and concerns in the field of social-organizational psychology are examined and evaluated. Topics are announced in the schedules distributed each semester.
ORLJ 6045: Demography in Organizations
This course seeks to understand the role that demography plays in organizations. The main focus in this course is on demographic variables such as race, gender, and disability. The course examines various theoretical frameworks that help us to understand how demographic variables influence organizational behavior and decisions.
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.