3147G Bio/Psyc Building
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My research focuses on topics in personnel
selection,managerial/leadership performance, information processing, and
research methodology. With regard to research methodology, I am
particularly interested in nonlinear modeling and have explored the
utility of catastrophe mathematical modeling and neural network analysis
for detecting nonlinear behavior in psychological phenomena. I am
also a co-principal investigator of the Global Leader and Organizational
Behavior Effectiveness (GLOBE) research project. This multi-year,
multi-nation project seeks to determine the relationship between
leadership traits and organizational and societal culture. Currently, I am
one of the associate editors of the Quantitative Methods section of the
Leadership Quarterly and I am on the editorial board of the Journal of
Applied Psychology and Organizational Research Methods.
Courses Taught (Last 5 years):
Job/Needs Assessment, Validation, and Selection
Research Methods in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Quantitative Methods in Psychology: Experimental Design
Field Research in Organizations
Psychological Foundations of Personnel and Classification Issues
Psychology of Motivation and Attitudes in Organizational Settings
Hanges, P.J., Lord, R.G., & Dickson, M. W. (2000).
An information processing perspective on leadership and culture: A case
for connectionist architecture. Applied Psychology: An International
Review, 49, 133-161.
Hanges, P.J., Grojean, M.W., & Smith, D.B. (2000).
Bounding the concept of test banding: Reaffirming the traditional
approach. Human Performance, 13, 181-198.
Dickson, M.W., Hanges, P.J., & Lord, R.G. (2001).
Trends, developments, and gaps in cross-cultural research on leadership.
In W. Mobley & M. McCall (Eds.), Advances in Global Leadership, (Vol. 2,
pp.75-100). Stamford, CT: JAI.
Hanges, P.J., Offermann, L.R., & Day, D. V. (Eds).
(2001). Leaders, Followers, and Values. Special Issue of Leadership
Smith, D. B., Hanges, P. J., & Dickson, M. (2001).
Personnel selection and the five factor model: Reexamining the effects of
applicant's frame of reference. Journal of Applied Psychology, 86,
Gupta, V., Hanges, P.J., & Dorfman, P.W. (2002).
Cultural Clusters: Methodology and Findings. Journal of World Business,
Hanges, P.J., Lord, R.G., Godfrey, E.G., & Raver,
Modeling nonlinear relationships: Neural networks
and catastrophe analysis. In S. Rogelberg (Ed.). Handbook of Research
Methods in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. (pp. 431-455).
Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, Inc.
House, R.J., Javidan, M., Hanges, P.J., & Dorfman,
P.W. (2002). Understanding Cultures and Implicit Leadership Theories
Across the Globe: An Introduction to Project GLOBE. Journal of World
Business, 37, 3-10.
Hanges, P.J. & Dickson, M.W. (In Press). The
development and validation of scales measuring societal culture and
culturally-shared implicit theories of leadership. In R. J. House, P.J.
Hanges, M. Javidan, P.W. Dorfman, & V. Gupta (Eds.). Culture, leadership,
and organizations: The GLOBE study of 62 culture. Sage Publications.
Hanges, P.J., Dickson, M.W., & Sipe, M. (In
Press). Rationale for GLOBE statistical analyses: Societal rankings and
tests of hypotheses. In R. J. House, P.J. Hanges, M. Javidan, P.W. Dorfman,
& V. Gupta (Eds.). Culture, leadership, and organizations: The GLOBE study
of 62 cultures. Sage Publications