My name is Jennifer DeNicolis Bragger. I graduated from Temple University in 1997. I have a Ph.D. in Industrial Organizational Psychology. Industrial Organizational Psychology is the study of behavior in the work place and deals with issues such as job satisfaction, organizational commitment and how to select individuals for given positions in an organization. I teach graduate and undergraduate courses in Industrial and Organizational Psychology as well as undergraduate courses in Leadership, Personnel Psychology, Organizational Psychology and Teaching of Psychology. I conduct research on stereotype in the job interview, effects of leave taking on performance appraisal ratings, work family conflict, leadership, person-organizational fit and work family conflict. I am married with four young children.
I am in Industrial Organizational Psychology who focuses on Leadership Development, the Job Interview, Faith at work, Work-family conflict, and stereotypes at work.