- Chicago, IL
- IO/Business Psychology, Org Leadership, Behavioral Economics
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Dr. Keith Carroll holds a Ph.D. from DePaul University and previously held an assistant professor position in Benedictine University's Psychology Department. Before Dr. Carroll joined the faculty of the Business Psychology Department in 2008 as Associate Chair, he worked as a project manager for I/O Solutions, where he performed job analyses, developing and administering written job knowledge exams, practical examinations and promotional processes for public safety firms. Dr. Carroll has been instrumental in reorganization of the dissertation process for our Business Psy.D. students and the development of the semi-annual I/O Assessment Center, which provides the invaluable feedback for the students and a comprehensive measurement tool for the Business Psychology department.
- Education History
Degree Institution B.A. Psychology Oglethorpe University M.A. I/O Psychology DePaul University Ph.D. I/O Psychology DePaul University
- Areas of Expertise
Area Expertise Business/IO Psychology Employee Development Employee Selection Job Analysis Survey Development Talent Staffing and Selection Research Design/Methodology Statistics
Peagram, K., Newton, N., & Carroll, K. (2014).A model for teaching individual assessment in doctoral i-o programs. 51(3), 75-81. Retrieved from http://www.siop.orgip/jan14/513tip/513/
Nelson, C.M. & Carroll, K.A. (2012). Sexual harassment: "Is it just me or are you hot?" In N.P. Reilly, M.J. Sirgy, & C.A. Gorman (Eds.),Work and Quality of Life, (pp. 395-414). New York: Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg.
Cellar D.F., Yorke C.M., Nelson Z.C., & Carroll K.A. (2004). Relationships between five factor personality variables, workplace accidents, and self-efficacy.Psychological Reports, 94, 1437-1441.
- Professional Skills
assessment, employee selection, employee survey research, interviewing, organizational assessment, personality assessment, professional development, psychological testing, public safety, research design and methodology, selection and validation, statistics, survey analysis, survey design, test validation, testing issues, training, workplace issues, workplace psychology