Associate Professor, Psychology
Dr. Kim studies issues affecting people's performance in the workplace
- Office: Swan Hall 325
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: (323) 259-2790
Department Chair, Psychology
Education: B.A., Cornell University; M.A., Ph.D., Michigan State University
With a background in Industrial / Organizational Psychology, he teaches Organizational Psychology (PSYC 340), Assessment of Individual Differences (PSYC 460), and Practicum (PSYC 498). His other courses include introductory psychology, statistics, and a writing seminar on deception. Dr. Kim's research focuses on broad conceptualizations of work performance for individuals and teams, assessment and personnel selection methods (i.e., processes for measuring psychological qualities to determine which people to hire), and quantitative statistical methodologies. Visit www.SIOP.org for more information about organizational psychology, which relates other fields, including business management, organizational behavior, and human resource management.