Rachel Ryan is a second year doctoral student in the Industrial-Organizational Psychology program at Baruch College, CUNY.  She graduated with a B.A. in psychology from New York University and a M.S. in Industrial-Organizational psychology from Baruch College, CUNY. In addition to her coursework and teaching, she conducts research under the advisement of Dr. Harold Goldstein and Dr. Charles Scherbaum. Her research broadly focuses on measuring individual differences in a way that mitigates adverse impact against minority groups. 


Scherbaum, C. Goldstein, H., Yusko, K., Ryan, R., & Hanges, P. (2011). Intelligence 2.0: Reestablishing a Research Program on g in I-O Psychology. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice.

Medved, C.E., Okimoto, C., Ryan, R. (2011, April).  Composing Lives on the Margins: A Qualitative Analysis of the Emergence of Reverse Traditional Work and Family Arrangements.  Symposium conducted at the Eastern Sociological Society (ESS), Philadelphia, PA.

Goldstein, H. W., Scherbaum, C. A., Yusko, K. P., Ryan, R., Hanges, P. J. (2010, December). Testing for Cognitive Ability with Reduced Adverse Impact: Hiring in Work Organizations. Symposium conducted at the International Society for Intelligence Research (ISIR), Alexandria, VA.

Medved, C. (2009). Constructing breadwinning-mother identities: moral, personal, and political positioning. Acknowledgement in Women’s Studies Quarterly 37, 3-4.

Lurye, L.  Ruble, D., Yaranon, M., Ryan, R., & Romito, M.  (2006, April).  Understanding the relationship between gender typicality and adjustment. Poster session presented at the second conference on gender development, San Francisco, CA.



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