Justin DeSimone – Research Analyst
Dr. DeSimone holds a Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology with a minor in Quantitative Methods from Georgia Institute of Technology (2012). His research focuses on personality, employee selection, research methods, statistics, and test development & validation. Dr. DeSimone has completed an internship with Human Resources Research Organization and served as a Training and Organizational Development Specialist for The Coca-Cola Company. He has provided independent consulting on scale development and psychometric analysis with organizations such as Leadership Freedom, CJC International, and Shadi Jarasi.
DeSimone, J. A. (in press). When it’s incorrect to correct: A brief history and cautionary note. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice.
DeSimone, J. A. (in press). Will exploring the darkness prove enlightening? Five questions about the “Maladaptive Big Five.” Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice.
Geimer, J. L., Leach, D. J., DeSimone, J. A., Rogelberg, S. G., & Warr, P. B. (in press). Meetings at work: Perceived effectiveness and recommended improvements. Journal of Business Research.
James, L. R., LeBreton, J. M., Mitchell, T. R., Smith, D. R., DeSimone, J. A., Cookson, R., & Lee, H. J. (2013). Use of conditional reasoning to measure the power motive. In R. Landis & J. M. Cortina (Eds.), Modern Research Methods for the Study of Behavior in Organizations (pp. 233-265). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Schoen, J. L., DeSimone, J. A., James, L. R. (2011). Exploring joint variance between independent variables and a criterion: Meaning, effect, and size. Organizational Research Methods, 14, 674-695.