The Department of Psychology
Lilia Hayrapetyan is a doctoral candidate in the Industrial and Organizational Psychology Doctoral Program at Baruch College, CUNY. Lilia is working with Dr. Charles Scherbaum on her dissertation, which examines employee environmentally friendly behaviors in and out of organizations and across cultures. Her thesis examined the effects of fatigue on risk taking and the moderating role of risk taking propensity. Her research interests include environmental sustainability in organizations and the role of leaders in promoting it, risk taking, and effects of sleep deprivation and fatigue on performance. Lilia received her B.A. from the University of Bridgeport, where she majored in Social Sciences and minored in Business Administration. Her senior thesis examined the effects of goal setting and commitment on goal achievement.
Gunn H., Hayrapetyan, L., Furman G., Lee E., Maculatis, M., & Engle-Friedman, M. (2011). Who affects our attitudes toward sustainability? Presented at the annual conference of the Eastern Psychological Association, Cambridge, MA.
Hayrapetyan, L. & Engle-Friedman, M. (2009). Effects of sleep loss on next day feelings of regret and its associated behaviors. Presented at the annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.
Hayrapetyan, L. & Engle-Friedman, M. (2008). Effects of fatigue on risky decision making: The moderating role of individuals’ risk- taking propensity. Presented at the annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.
Hayrapetyan, L., Loshak, M., Orodel, O., & Engle-Friedman, M. (2007). Do sleep problems lead to more fast food consumption? Presented at the annual conference of the North East Sleep Society, Worcester, MA.
Scherbaum, C., Hayrapetyan, L. & Goldstein, H. (2006). Examining the relationship between differential item functioning and item difficulty. Presented at the 21st annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Dallas, TX.
Hayrapetyan, L., & Engle-Friedman, M. (2005). The Percent of Optimal Sleep and Daily Activities across a 24-hour Period. Presented at the annual conference of the Associated Professional Sleep Society, Denver, CO.