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  • Arlington, VA
  • Forest Hills, NY
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  • Clark, SD
  • Sioux City, IA
  • Alexandria, VA
  • Vermillion, SD

Work

Company: U.s. army research institute - foundational sciences research unit (fsru) Jun 2012 Address: Fort Belvoire, VA Position: Consortium research fellow

Education

Degree: Ph.D. Expected 2014 School / High School: The George Washington University 2009 to 2014 Specialities: Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Skills

Data Analysis • Psychology • Research • Statistics • Spss • Research Design • Microsoft Office • Public Speaking • Computational Social Science • Statistical Programming • R • Sas • Organizational Behavior • Survey Research • Scientific Computing • Structural Equation Modeling • Writing • Data Structures • Data Science • Mplus • Statistical Computing • Job Analysis • Validation • Leadership • Data Analytics • Leadership Development • Qualitative Research • Computational Modeling • Html • Css • Javascript • Jquery Ui • D3.Js • Cytoscape.js • Prototype.js • Jquery • Python • Php • Technical Writing • Visual Basic • Usability Testing • Usability Design • Human Computer Interaction

Awards

Winner of james c. johnson student paper... • Mosel award for research creativity - Th... • Student essay award for the field of sel...

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Industrial-Organizational Psychologist

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Location:
1320 north Veitch St, Arlington, VA 22201
Industry:
Research
Work:
U.S. Army Research Institute - Foundational Sciences Research Unit (FSRU) - Fort Belvoire, VA since Jun 2012
Consortium Research Fellow

George Washington University since Oct 2010
Research Coordinator for Computer Self Efficacy Meta Analysis

Work and Virtual Environments (WAVE) Lab, Dr. Tara Behrend since Aug 2009
Research Assistant

Army Research Institute - Personnel Assessment Research Unit (PARU) - Arlington, VA Oct 2011 - Jun 2012
Consortium Research Fellow

George Washington University Jan 2012 - May 2012
Instructor for Psychology 2144: Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Education:
The George Washington University 2009 - 2014
Ph.D. Expected 2014, Industrial/Organizational Psychology
The George Washington University 2009 - 2011
Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.), Industrial and Organizational Psychology
The University of South Dakota 2004 - 2008
B.S., Psychology
Skills:
Data Analysis
Psychology
Research
Statistics
Spss
Research Design
Microsoft Office
Public Speaking
Computational Social Science
Statistical Programming
R
Sas
Organizational Behavior
Survey Research
Scientific Computing
Structural Equation Modeling
Writing
Data Structures
Data Science
Mplus
Statistical Computing
Job Analysis
Validation
Leadership
Data Analytics
Leadership Development
Qualitative Research
Computational Modeling
Html
Css
Javascript
Jquery Ui
D3.Js
Cytoscape.js
Prototype.js
Jquery
Python
Php
Technical Writing
Visual Basic
Usability Testing
Usability Design
Human Computer Interaction
Awards:
Winner of James C. Johnson student paper competition
International Personnel Assessment Council (IPAC)
Garett was awarded the best student paper for my work on training reactions entitled, "Coming full circle with reactions: Toward an understanding of affective training reactions through the core affect circumplex." In this paper, it is argued that affective training reactions are multidimensional, characterized by a superordinate, two-dimensional space of affective activation and valence, and that affective reactions differentially relate to learning outcomes (i.e., cognitive and attitudinal/motivational) depending on their circumplex location.
Mosel Award for Research Creativity
The George Washington University I/O Psychology Program
Garett received the Mosel research creativity award for my SIOP poster titled "Training reactions: An affective theory approach for clarification and measurement" (co-authored with Allison Brown and Tara Behrend). The paper expanded the criterion space of affective training reactions and showed that various affective reactions relate differently to learning criteria (i.e., cognitive, affective).
Student Essay Award for the Field of Selection/Personnel Assessment
Personnel Testing Council of Metropolitain Washington (PTCMW)
The contest invited students to submit essays that offer novel insights or opinions for improving the science and practice of I/O psychology. Garett's essay, entitled, "Assessing Self-Regulatory Constructs in Personnel Selection: A Possible Solution to the Proximity/Generalizability Tradeoff," addresses the tension between measuring proximal job performance predictors (e.g., job knowledge tests) and the limited generalizability of such measures across multiple jobs. The paper argues that assessments of self-regulatory processes (e.g., goal-choice, goal-striving) are more proximal to job performance while also being generalizable across many different jobs.
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