Reactions to Organizational Surveillance
A new paper explores the effects of electronic surveillance on employee attitudes and behaviors, finding that employees may react negatively and retaliate against the organization when their right to privacy is threatened.Read More
New research by WAVE Director Tara Behrend and WAVE alumna Jessica Badger Darrow explores the construct of person-environment (PE) fit and provides evidence that it is best modeled as a formative construct.Read More
Video Killed the Interview Star
New research by Wave lab members Ryan Horn and Tara Behrend shows evidence that video interviews may negatively impact job applicants.Read More
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How Well Do You Fit With Your Job?
WAVE Lab has partnered with TIME Magazine to conduct a study about vocational interests and aspirations.Read More
A meta-analysis by WAVE Lab members Nikki Blacksmith, Jon Willford, and Tara Behrend shows that video interviews are worse for candidates.Read More
Hard at Work!
A dedicated team of RAs, pictured below, was essential to a study that has just been published in Personality and Individual Differences: General Mental Ability and Decision-Making Competence: Theoretically Distinct but Empirically RedundantRead More
The WAVE (Workplaces and Virtual Environments) lab focuses on generating knowledge by conducting rigorous research with real world impact in order to improve human-technological systems and inform policy.
Some Projects We Are Working On
Algorithms and Decision Making
Every aspect of our working lives have been transformed by algorithms. We are investigating how these algorithms change the way we make decisions and understand our professional selves.
Electronic Performance Monitoring
It is now possible for organizations to monitor employees in many ways, but this practice can also have unintended and negative effects. We are currently investigating how electronic monitoring affects employee well-being and behavior.