The Department of Psychology
Victoria Blanshteyn is currently a student and a graduate teaching fellow in the I/O Doctoral program at Baruch College, CUNY. She entered the Doctoral program in the Fall of 2004. Prior to that, she received a B.A. degree in Psychology and History at Pace University and an M.S. degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Baruch College, CUNY. Her research interests include understanding the relationships between related constructs in the nomological network of work behaviors, the influence of stereotype threat on test-taking behaviors, and the influence of implicit egotism in employee selection.
Blanshteyn, V., Scherbaum, C., Marshall, E., McCue, E., & Strauss, R. (2008, April). Examining the Effects of Stereotype Threat on Test Taking Behaviors. Poster to be presented at the Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology, San Francisco, CA.
Boyd, B., Blanshteyn, V., & Sommer, K. (2008, April). Implicit Egotism in Selection. Poster to be presented at the Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology, San Francisco, CA.
Blanshteyn, V. (2008). Reconceptualizing job involvement: Antecedents of work centrality and job engagement. Working Paper.
Scherbaum, C. A., & Blanshteyn, V. (2008). Test-taking behaviors and stereotype threat. Working Paper.
- Industrial/Organizational Psychology (1 semester)
- Personnel Selection (Master’s course; 1 semester)
- Social Psychology (3 semesters)
- Interviewing Techniques (2 semesters)
- Child Development (3 semesters)
Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology (SIOP)
Metropolitan New York Association for Applied Psychology (METRO)
Bay Area Applied Psychologists Association (BAAPA)