Weissman School of Arts and Sciences

 

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. 

PRESENTATIONS

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.

WORKING PAPERS

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.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Industrial/Organizational Psychology (1 semester)
  • Personnel Selection (Master’s course; 1 semester)
  • Social Psychology (3 semesters)
  • Interviewing Techniques (2 semesters)
  • Child Development (3 semesters)

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology (SIOP)

Metropolitan New York Association for Applied Psychology (METRO)

Bay Area Applied Psychologists Association (BAAPA)

The City University of New York