Daniel SachauPage address: http://sbs.mnsu.edu/psych/people/dan_s.html
Dan Sachau, Professor, Director of the Graduate Program in I/O Psychology
Degree, institution, year awarded
Ph.D., Psychology, University of Utah, 1990
Area(s) of specialization (e.g., areas of interest)
- Job Satisfaction
- Employee Motivation
- Self-presentationa strategies
- Sport psychology
Stark, E. & Sachau, D. (2016). Lake Wobegon's Guns: Overestimating our gun related competencies. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 4(1), 8-23.
Sachau, D., Courtney, C.L., Olson, D., Nolan, J., & Fee, S. (2014). Service-learning in developing nations. In W. Reichmann (Ed.) Industiral and Organizational Psychology Help the Vulnerable: Serving the Underserved (227-240). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Andrews, L., Klein, S., Forsman, J., & Sachau, D., (2013). It's easy being green: Benefits of technology-enabled work. In Huffman, A., and Klein, S. (Eds) Green Organization Driving Change with IO Psychology (149-169). New York: Psychology Press/Routledge.
Sachau, D., Andrews, L., Gibson, B., & DeNeui, D. (2009). Tournament validity: Testing player competence. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science, 12(1),52-69.
Sachau, D. (2007). Resurrecting the motivation-hygiene theory: Herzberg and the positive psychology movement. Human Resource Development Review, 6(4), 377-393.
- Psyc 618 Multivariate Statistics
- Psyc 405/505 Motivation
- Psyc 662 Organization Development
- Psyc 461/561 Marketing Psychology
- Psyc 440/540 Social Psychology