Name: Douglas Maynard
Title: Chair, Psychology
Academic Rank: Associate Professor
Expertise Keywords: Adjunct faculty, Applicants, Employee commitment, Employee satisfaction, Employee selection, Employment Interviews, Hiring, Job attitudes, Job satisfaction, Organizational citizenship, Organizational commitment, Organizational justice, Overqualification, Personnel selection, Staffing, Underemployment, Young workers
Available For: interviews, essays, speaking
Expertise: My main expertise revolves around the experience and effects of being underemployed or overqualified - I have several publications on the topic as well as many presentations at national conferences.
Currrent Research: Effects of overqualification and underemployment on employee attitudes (such as commitment) and behavior (such as organizational citizenship and turnover). I am also beginning research investigating the effects of applicant nonverbal behavior on interviewer judgments.
|Bowling Green State University||8/1996 - 8/1998||Ph.D.||1998||Industrial/Organizational Psycho|
|University of Connecticut||8/1989 - 5/1993||BA||1993||Psychology|
|Bowling Green State University||8/1993 - 8/1996||MA||1996||Industrial/Organizational Psycho|
2001 Recipient, State of New York/UUP Professional Development Award, for underemployment research
2000 Recipient, State of New York/UUP Professional Development Award, for underemployment research
1997 Recipient, Industrial- Organizational Academic Challenge (IOAC) Fellowship, BGSU, for research on mental workload
1997 Finalist, Sigma Xi Annual Graduate and Undergraduate Research Competition, BGSU, for research on task complexity and performance
1996-1997 Recipient, Charles E. Shanklin Award for Research Excellence, BGSU, for research on task complexity
1993 Magna Cum Laude honors with B.A., University of Connecticut
1990-1993 Dean's List, seven consecutive semesters, University of Connecticut
1991 Induction into Psi Chi, The National Honor Society in Psychology
Other professional activities
Various consulting activities with organizations, in the areas of: employee selection, training and development, organizational assessment, and performance appraisal.
Association for Psychological Science (1998- present)
Society for the Teaching of Psychology (Division 2 of APA; 1998-present)
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (Division 14 of APA; 1996-present)
Psi Chi, National Honor Society in Psychology (1991-present)
Maynard, D. C., Geberth, K. L., & Joseph, T. A. (in press). Coverage of I- O psychology in introductory psychology textbooks: A reexamination. Teaching of Psychology, 29, 154-156.
Maynard, D. C., Bachiochi, P. D., & Luna, A. C. (2002). An evaluation of industrial-organizational psychology teaching modules for use in introductory psychology courses. Teaching of Psychology, 29, 39-43.
Rogelberg, S. G., Fisher, G. G., Maynard, D. C., Hakel, M. D., & Horvath, M. (2001). Examining respondents' attitudes toward surveys. Organizational Research Methods, 4, 3-25.
Maynard, D. C., & Hakel, M. D. (1997). The effects of objective and subjective task complexity on task performance. Human Performance, 10, 303-330.
Henning, R. A., Kissel, G. V., & Maynard, D. C. (1994). Compensatory rest breaks for VDT operators. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 14, 243-249.