|Student Name:||Stefan V. Dumlao|
|Degree Program:||PhD, Industrial-Organizational Psychology|
|Primary Advisor:||Stephanie C. Payne|
|Address:||4235 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843-4235|
|Professional Links:||CV (pdf) ||
I am currently a fourth-year student in the Industrial-Organizational Psychology Ph.D. Program at Texas A&M University. In 2011, I graduated from Macalester College in St. Paul, MN with a B.A. in Psychology. After graduation, I worked as a mental health counselor, assisting individuals afflicted with a variety of serious and persistent mental illnesses. I later transitioned to working in human resources, and developed a passion for I-O Psychology while working as a corporate recruiter for U.S. Bank, NA. When I am not working on research, I enjoy watching movies, reading, cooking, gaming, and checking out local breweries and restaurants.Research Interests:
My primary area of interest is employees' attitudes towards and reactions to electronic monitoring devices in the workplace. Another area of interest is the impact of an organization's safety climate on individual intentions to report errors and near misses in the workplace. Additional areas of interest include: the use of new technologies in assessment and selection, performance appraisal, the impact of organizational communication on employees, and work-nonwork interface.Conference Information:
For information about my presentation at SIOP 2019, click here.