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Liudmila (Lucy) Jdanova B.Sc. (Cameron University), M.Sc. (Cameron University), MA (Wayne State), PhD (Wayne State)
I hold a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Wayne State University. In the past two decades, I have taught and developed a variety of psychology and statistics undergraduate and graduate university courses (ranging from 5 to 200 students) to demographically diverse students majoring in psychology, business, nursing, journalism, computer science, engineering, and other disciplines. I greatly enjoy working with students on their research projects.
Areas of Interest
My personal research interests primarily focus on work-family issues, cross-cultural adjustment, and psychological climate in organization. As a consultant, I have worked on a number of applied projects with a wide range of organizations. Some of the work involved validation of selection tools and practices, construction of pre-screen questionnaires, job analysis, and statistical consultation
- Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)
- Canadian Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (CSIOP)