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2015 Distinguished Early Career Contributions Award - Science

Christopher Berry, Indiana University

Dr. Berry has been described as “one of the emerging young stars” in I-O psychology as evidenced by the high quality and impactful research record he has produced since receiving his doctorate from the University of Minnesota in 2007. He has been author or coauthor of 30 publications, many in top-tier journals, including 14 articles in Personnel Psychology and Journal of Applied Psychology. His research encompasses two broad streams. The first focuses on the validity and fairness of psycho-logical testing for high stakes selection. This work has advanced the understanding of the roles that race/ethnicity and range restriction play in test validity. The second focuses on conceptualization, measurement, and prediction of counterproductive work behaviors. His work highlights problems with obtaining “other” reports, particularly coworker and supervisor ratings, when assessing counterproductive behavior and clarifies the importance of focusing on different forms of deviance, especially interpersonal and organizational deviance. His work makes him one of the nation’s leading scholars in the area of “nontraditional dimensions” of individual job performance in I-O research. He has served on the editorial board of JAP since 2012 and is associate editor of JAP, something quite rare for a person so early in his or her career. He also received an Early Career Achievement Award from the Academy of Management Human Resources Division.


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