The Seattle Pacific University Department of Industrial-Organizational Psychology offers both an M.A. and Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology.
This series contains successfully defended doctoral dissertations.
Dissertations from 2018
Narrative Leadership: Exploring the Concept of Time in Leader Storytelling, Helen H. Chung Dr.
Vulnerability in Leadership: The Power of the Courage to Descend, Stephanie O. Lopez
An Exploratory Study Examining a Transformational Salesperson Model Mediated by Salesperson Theory-of-Mind, Philip (Tony) A. Pizelo Dr.
Dissertations from 2017
Developing Conviction in Women Leaders: The Role of Unique Work and Life Experiences, McKendree J. Hickory
The Psychometric Evaluation of a Personality Selection Tool, James R. Longabaugh
Predicting Employee Performance Using Text Data from Resumes, Joshua D. Weaver
Dissertations from 2016
Dissertations from 2015
The Development of Job-Based Psychological Ownership, Robert B. Bullock
Obtaining Sponsorship in Organizations by Developing Trust through Outside of Work Socialization, Katie Kirkpatrick-Husk
Managing Work and Life: The Impact of Framing, Hilary G. Roche
Men and Women in Engineering: Professional Identity and Factors Influencing Workforce Retention, Caitlin Hawkinson Wasilewski