Research

Managing employee well-being, promoting diversity, and adapting to rapid technological changes are some of the most pressing issues that organizations face today, as demonstrated by the recent challenges brought on by COVID-19 and social movements around racial justice. Motivated by this momentum, I study well-being and diversity issues in organizations, and how technology influences them.

Well-being and Technology

In this line of research, I examine (1) the impact of work environments on well-being outcomes, (2) the consequences of poor well-being in modern organizations, and (3) the changes that novel technologies bring to employees' and organizations' well-being.

Selected Publications

"Putting the Team in the Driver’s Seat: A Meta-Analysis on the What, Why, and When of Team Autonomy’s Impact on Team Effectiveness" with Emily Neubert and Erik Gonzalez-Mulé. in press. Personnel Psychology.

"A Chronotype Circadian Model of Charismatic Leadership Expressions and Perceptions" with Cristiano Guarana, Chris Barnes, and Rohan Crawley. in press. The Leadership Quarterly.

"A Meta-Analytic Test of Multiplicative and Additive Models of Job Demands, Resources, and Stress" with Erik Gonzalez-Mulé and Minji Kim. in press. Journal of Applied Psychology.

Selected working papers & research in progress

Sleep and crowdfunding” [Title redacted to protect the anonymity of manuscript while under review] with Cristiano Guarana, Regan Stevenson, Jeff Gish, & Rohan Crawley. Conditionally accepted at Journal of Business Venturing.

“Media and negotiation” [Title redacted to protect the anonymity of manuscript while under review] with Roshni Raveendhran and Tami Kim. In principle acceptance (registered report) at Technology, Mind, and Behavior.

Technology and voice behavior” [Title redacted to protect the anonymity of manuscript while under review] with Roshni Raveendhran and Cristiano Guarana. Under review at Journal of Applied Psychology

Communication channels and boundary management" with Tami Kim and Roshni Raveendhran. Working manuscript.

Diversity and Technology

In this line of research, I examine (1) the effect of social stigma on stigmatized individuals' perceptions and behaviors and (2) the implications of novel technologies (e.g. Artificial Intelligence) for diversity and inclusion.

Dissertation

"Feedback from artificial intelligence: Reactions of the stigmatized to algorithm-driven feedback." Proposal defended.

  • Committee: Ernest O'Boyle (chair), Chris Berry, Cristiano Guarana, and Logo Rego

Selected working papers & research in progress

"Discrimination and well-being" with Erik Gonzalez-Mulé and Ernest O'Boyle. Working manuscript.

"Diversity initiatives and algorithm-driven feedback" with Cristiano Guarana and Roshni Raveendran. Data collection.