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About the Editors

Cort Rudolph
Editor in Chief

Cort Rudolph's headshotCort W. Rudolph, PhD, is a professor of Industrial and Organizational Psychology at Wayne State University and an elected Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Cort’s research interests are broad and cover a range of topics, however a central theme of his work is understanding issues related to the aging of the workforce through the lens of lifespan development theories. He also has expertise in topics related to occupational health and employee well-being, environmental sustainability, careers and career development, proactivity, individual differences, and leadership. Cort has published over 100 peer-reviewed papers, 30 book chapters, and coedited three books.

Joachim Hüffmeier
Associate Editor

Joachim Hüffmeier's headshotJoachim Hüffmeier, PhD, is a professor of Social, Work, and Organizational Psychology at TU Dortmund University (Germany). Joachim’s research interests focus on negotiation and conflict, teamwork, occupational health, and the replicability of (psychological) research findings. Joachim has published over 80 peer-reviewed papers on these topics.

Tyree D. Mitchell
Associate Editor

Tyree D. Mitchell's headshotTyree D. Mitchell, PhD, is an associate professor in the School of Leadership and Human Resource Development at Louisiana State University. Tyree’s research primarily focuses on understanding group processes in organizations (e.g., leadership, teamwork, trust, negotiations) using a social identity approach. His research has been funded by major funding agencies, such as the National Science Foundation (NSF), and has been published in high-impact peer-reviewed journals (e.g., Journal of Economy Applied Psychology). His recent book with University of Toronto Press, Searching for Trust in the Global, has been featured in popular press outlets (e.g., Forbes, Harvard Business Review). Dr. Mitchell serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Business and Psychology and the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.

Mona Weiss
Associate Editor

Mona Weiss's headshotMona Weiss is a professor of Work and Organizational Psychology at the Institute of Psychology, Friedrich-Schiller University Jena, Germany. She earned her PhD from the ETH Zurich in 2015 and worked in academic positions in the United States, Australia, and Germany. In her research program, she investigates employee voice and silence, teamwork, and diversity across multiple organizational contexts with a focus on high reliability organizations (e.g., hospitals). She employs multiple methodologies, such as behavioral observation, longitudinal surveys, and experiments. She has also served as PI and co-PI on two grants from the Swiss National Science Foundation that investigated the antecedents of speaking up in acute care teams and that supported the development of a teamwork training program in one of the largest hospitals in Switzerland. Her work was published in several peer-reviewed journals, such as the Journal of Organizational Behavior, the Journal of Vocational Behavior, Leadership Quarterly, BMJ Quality and Safety, and Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and she has received multiple awards and distinctions for her research.

Brenton M. Wiernik
Associate Editor

Brenton Wiernik's headshotBrenton M. Wiernik, PhD, is a research scientist at Meta and an independent researcher. His research interests include quantitative methods, mixed effects modeling and meta-analysis, and assessment of attitudes and individual differences. He the developer of widely-used R packages, including psychmeta and easystats. His work has appeared in journals such as Journal of Applied PsychologyJournal of Counseling Psychology, Behavioral Research Methods, and Psychological Methods.


Editorial Board

Neil R. Anderson, Brunel University, UK
Winfred Arthur, Texas A & M University, USA
Talya N. Bauer, Portland State University, USA
Michael J. Burke, Tulane University, USA
Emily D. Campion, Old Dominion University, USA
Stuart C. Carr, Massey University, New Zealand
José M. Cortina, Virginia Commonwealth
University, USA
Deborah DiazGranados, Virginia Commonwealth
University, USA
David Dorsey, Human Resources Research
Organization (HumRRO), USA
Fritz Drasgow, University of Illinois at
Urbana- Champaign, USA
Alexis A. Fink, Meta, USA
Mark Griffin, Curtin University, Australia
Peter D. Harms, University of Alabama, USA
Theodore Hayes, Arlington, VA, USA
Leaetta M. Hough, Dunnette Group, Ltd, USA
John C. Howes, qChange, USA
Alexander Jackson, Middle Tennessee State
University, USA

Jeff W. Johnson, SHL, USA

Tracy Kantrowitz, Personnel Decisions
Research Institute (PDRI), USA
Lisa M. Kath, San Diego State University, USA
Richard J. Klimoski, George Mason University, USA
Allen I. Kraut, Kraut Associates, USA
Hennie J. Kriek, TTS-Top Talent Solutions and
University of South Africa, South Africa
YoungAh Park, University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign, USA
Ann Marie Ryan, Michigan State University, USA
Lise M. Saari, New York University, USA
Eduardo Salas, Rice University, USA
John C. Scott, APTMetrics, USA
Mindy Shoss, University of Central Florida, USA
Robert F. Silzer, HR Assessment & Development and Baruch, Graduate Center, CUNY, USA
Nancy T. Tippins, The Nancy T. Tippins Group,
./Steven Toaddy, Louisiana Tech University, USA
AharonTziner, Netanya Academic College, Israel
Shonna Waters, BetterUp, USA
Annika Wilhelmy, University of Zurich, Switzerland