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Lisa Paik

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Graduate Student

Psychology

lp638611@ohio.edu


Year of Entry

Summer Session 2011

Program

Experimental Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Adviser

Dr. Ryan Johnson

Education

M.A. in I/O Psychology, Hofstra University, 2011

B.A. in Psychology, Binghamton University, 2008

Research Interests

  • Turnover
  • Occupational Health Psychology
  • Performance Appraisal and Feedback
  • Personnel Selection

Curriculum Vitae

LISA S. PAIK
Email: lpaik2@gmail.com

EDUCATION

PhD, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Ohio University.
Major field of study: Work-Family Conflict and Abusive Supervision. 8/2011 - Present.
Dissertation proposed and approved: 9/16/2015
Anticipated date of dissertation defense: 8/1/2017

MA, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Hofstra University, 8/2009 - 8/2011. 4.0 GPA.

BA, Psychology, Binghamton University, 8/2004 - 8/2008. 3.2 Major GPA.

AWARDS AND GRANTS

Graduate Student Scholarship - $3,000 - Society of Industrial-Organizational Psychology 2016
Student Enhancement Award - $6,000 - Ohio University 2015
Travel Grant - $500 - Ohio University 2013
Competitive Research Grant - $500 - Ohio University 2013
Outstanding Student Award, Hofstra University 2011

PUBLICATIONS

Paik, L. S., & Johnson, R. C. (2015). Work-life Enrichment. Encyclopedia of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Accepted for publication.

Paik, L. S., & Shahani-Denning, C. (2015). Convenience Sampling. Encyclopedia of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Accepted for publication.

Paik, L. S., Shahani-Denning, C., & Griffeth, R. (2014). An examination of attractiveness biases in the context of hiring through social networking. Journal of Organizational Psychology, 14, 52-66.

Fila, M., Paik, L. S., Griffeth, R., & Allen, D. (2014). Disaggregating Job Satisfaction: Effects of Perceived Demands, Control, and Support. Journal of Business Psychology, 29, 639-649.

POSTER  PRESENTATIONS

Paik, L. S., Sultan, M., & Johnson, R. C. Work-Family Conflict and Turnover Intent: A Moderated Mediation Model. Poster presentation at Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology Conference, Anaheim, California, May 2016.

Paik, L. S., & Ziebell, M. Ageism in Candidate Selection Using LinkedIn. Poster presentation at Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 2014.

Paik, L. S., & Vancouver J. Demanding Dynamics: Computationally Modeling the Job Demands Control Theory. Poster presentation at Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 2014.

Li, X., Paik, L. S., Halper, L., Griffeth, R.W., Purl, J.D., & Hall, K. An Exploratory Integration: Unfolding and Traditional Turnover Models. Poster presentation at Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 2014.

Paik, L. S., Li, X., Zhang, M., Ziebell, M., Griffeth, R., & Robinson, S. A Power and Turnover Model: Tests with a Chinese Sample. Poster presentation at Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology Conference, Houston, Texas, April 11, 2013.

Paik, L. S., Shahani-Denning, C., & Griffeth, R. Biases in the Context of Hiring Through LinkedIn. Poster presentation at Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology Conference, Houston, Texas, April 11, 2013.

Fila, M., Paik, L. S., & Griffeth, R. Exploring Demands, Control, & Support Effects on Disaggregated Satisfaction. Poster presentation at Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology Conference, San Diego, California, April 27, 2012.

Fila, M., Paik, L. S., & Griffeth, R. Extending the Activation Hypothesis: Demands, Control, Work and Non-work Support on Performance. Poster presentation at Academy of Management Meeting, Buena Vista, Florida, August 9-13, 2012.

Liu, C., Liu, Y., Moise, G., & Paik, L. S. The Relations between Challenge/Hindrance Stressor and Job Dedication: A Qualitative and Quantitative Study. Oral presentation at the European Conference of Occupational Health Psychology, Zurich, Switzerland, April 11-13, 2012.

Johnson, C., Petikas, N., Paik, L., & Perret, K. Letter Labels Influence Illusory Correlation: X Marks the Group. Poster presentation at the American Psychological Science Convention, Boston, Massachusetts, May 27- 30, 2010.

RELEVANT  EXPERIENCE

Course Instructor, Ohio University, 2012 - Present

  • Research Methods in Psychology        
  • Survey of Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences        

Graduate Research Assistant, Ohio University, 2011 - Present

  • Conceptualized,  created,  and  deployed  research  while  simultaneously  applying  for  (and  receiving) funding to conduct said research

Talent Management and Development Intern, Saks Fifth Avenue, 11/2010 - 4/2011

  • Developed, deployed, and analyzed results for an in-house 360 assessment tool targeted at assessing learning and development needs of all senior vice presidents at Saks Fifth Avenue nation-wide

Peer Reviewer, 2012 - 2014

  • Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking (Journal)
  • Human Resources Management Review (Journal)
  • Academy of Management, Annual Meeting 2012 (Conference)

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