Michael Gasser

Department of Psychology
Faculty - Professor of Psychology

Area

Industrial-Organizational Psychology

Degrees

Ph.D. University of Minnesota

Research Interests

  • Understanding what factors influence the development of cultural tolerance and how cultural tolerance influences intercultural interactions.
  • Development and exploration of applied individual differences measures.
  • Increasing the effectiveness of teaching and practice in I-O Psychology.
  • Understanding what factors influence the development of pay expectations and how those expectations influence behavior at work.

Teaching Interests

Psychological Statistics, Research Methods, Industrial Psychology, and Psychology of Human Differences

Service

Undergraduate Advising Coordinator; Psychology Club Faculty Advisor

Selected Publications

Gasser, M., Walsh, B. & Butler, A. (2008). The industrial-organizational psychology curriculum: Is what we teach valued by business? The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 46, 37-42.

Gasser, M., Flint, N., & Tan, R. (2000). Reward Expectations: The Influence of Race, Gender and Type of Job. Journal of Business and Psychology, 15, 321-329

Gasser, M.B.& Tan, R.N. (1999). Cultural tolerance and the latent structure of attitudes towards the cultural practices of others. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 59, 111-126.

Office

Bartlett 2078

Phone

319-273-7178

Email

michael.gasser@uni.edu