Michelle Corman

 

 

 

I earned my BA in Psychology at the University of Kentucky in 2005, where I participated in several research labs investigating a broad range of issues including: human factors, ergonomics, prejudice, stereotypes, and aggression. Needless to say, a broad range of topics interest me. I decided to further my education in Psychology, which brings me to Baruch College, where I am currently beginning my third year in the I/O Psychology program. 

Currently my research interests include (but are not limited to): aggression in the workplace, organizational misbehavior, fairness in organizations, organizational justice, and justification mechanisms. Since arriving at Baruch, I have worked on several research projects with Dr. Yochi Cohen-Charash. Her research focuses on emotions, fairness, and justice in organizations (to name a few). I have also worked on research projects with Dr. Daniele Artistico. His research focuses on problem solving, self-efficacy, individual differences and contextual effects (also to name a few).  

Masters Thesis 

Corman, M.D. (Working Paper). Justifying organizational misbehavior in response to procedural justice          violations. Baruch College, the Graduate Center, CUNY, New York, NY  

Publications & Presentations

Giancola, P.R., Levinson, C.A., Corman, M.D., Godlaski, A.J., Morris, D.H., Phillips, J.P., & Holt, J.C.                   (2009). Men and women, Alcohol and aggression. Experimental and Clinical     Psychopharmacology, 17(3), 154-164.

Cohen-Charash, Y., & Corman, M. (2008), August. When are reactions to envy constructive and when are       they destructive? A theoretical model and a qualitative examination. Paper presented at the        annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA. 

Giancola, P.R., & Corman, M.D. (2007). Alcohol and Aggression: A Test of the Attention-Allocation                 Model. Psychological Science, 18, 649-655.

* Press Release in Forbes (July 20, 2007), the Washington Post (July 20, 2007), L.A. Times (July                                19, 2007), BBC’s Focus (July 19, 2007). 

Work Experience  

Research Assistant/Laboratory Manager  
08/2007 – Present

Baruch College (CUNY) Department of Psychology 

  • Assisted in collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data; recruiting, scheduling, managing and mentoring undergraduate research assistants; coordinating and participating in laboratory meetings  

Adjunct Lecturer
 07/2008 – Present

Baruch College (CUNY) Department of Psychology

  • Course taught: Social Psychology (3 semesters), General Psychology (1 semester) 

Teaching Assistant
09/2007 – 05/2008

Baruch College (CUNY) Department of Psychology 

  • Assisted in grading term papers, proctoring exams, substitute teaching   

Laboratory Technician/Research Assistant
12/2004 – 06/2007

University of Kentucky Alcohol Research Laboratory, Department of Psychology  

  • Assisted in collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data; participating in biweekly laboratory meetings 

Professional Affiliations 

The Metropolitan New York Association for Applied Psychology (METRO) 

The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)

The City University of New York