Kristie Campana, Associate Professor | Director of the Graduate Program in I/O Psychology

Address: 332F Wiecking Center
Phone: 507-389-5248
Email: kristie.campana@mnsu.edu

Education

  • Ph.D. in I-O Psychology, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, 2009

Areas of Interest

  • Incivility and workplace maltreatment
  • Student success and recent graduate adjustment to the workplace
  • Pilot performance

Courses Taught

  • Psyc211 Research Methods and Design
  • Psyc340 Social Psychology
  • Psyc460/560 Psychology of Women
  • Psyc456/556 Personality Psychology
  • Psyc610 Research Design and Statistics
  • Psyc660 Employee Selection

Selected Publications/Presentations

  • Campana, K.L., & Peterson, J.J. (2013).  Do bosses give extra credit? Using the classroom to model real-world work experiences.  College Teaching, 61, 1-7.
  • Hartmann, L., Campana, K.L,, & Andrews, L. (2010).  Applying Rest's Four Component Model to cheating on application tests. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychologists, Chicago, IL.
  • Campana, K.L., & Hammoud, S. (in press). Incivility from patients and their families: Can organizational justice protect nurses from burnout?
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