Research Interests: Frank T. McAndrew, Ph.D.
Industrial/Organizational Psychology

[Check out the web pages for my Social Psychology Course, my Industrial Psychology Course, and my Organizational Behavior Course.]

 A few of my social psychology studies have been related to the field of Industrial/Organizational psychology, which is another area that I teach in.  A list of these projects can be found below.

Cagle, M. D., & McAndrew, F. T. (Research in progress). Vocational Self-Concept predicts reactions to negative feedback about career choices.

McAndrew, F. T. (2021, January 25). What is your "style"for dealing with conflict at work? In Out of the Ooze: Navigating the 21st Century with a Stone-Age Mind, Psychology Today Magazine (Blog).

McAndrew, F. T. (2019, September). Gossip in Work Organizations: A Double-Edged Sword?  Invited talk at the Business Psychology Graduate Program at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

McAndrew, F. T. (2019, January 29). "Quasi-Courtship" Behaviors Can Energize a Workplace. In Out of the Ooze: Navigating the 21st Century with a Stone-Age Mind, Psychology Today Magazine.

McAndrew, F. T. (2016).  Workplace Gossip. In R. Griffin (Ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Management, New York: Oxford University Press.

McAndrew, F. T. (2016, June 6). How can we better understand the "Office Creep?"  In HRZone, Siftmedia, U. K.

McAndrew, F. T. (2016, June 10).  Gossip in your workplace probably does more good than harm.  In HRZone, Siftmedia, U. K..

McAndrew, F. T. (2015, December 1). Five Ways Your Office Tells Us Who You Are. In Out of the ooze: Navigating the 21st Century with a Stone-Age Mind. Psychology Today Magazine Blog.

McAndrew, F.T. (1996, September). Industrial and Organizational Psychology in the United States. Invited Address presented to the Department of Industrial Psychology, University of the Western Cape, Bellville, South Africa.

McAndrew, F.T., and Sperry, A.L.(1988, April). Group polarization and the escalation of commitment. Paper presented at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Buffalo, NY.

Bardack, N.R., and McAndrew, F.T.(1985). The influence of physical attractiveness and manner of dress on success in a simulated personnel decision. Journal of Social Psychology, 125, 777-778.

McAndrew, F.T.(1983, September). Worker motivation in the face of technological change. Invited address delivered to the Illinois Newspaper Production Conference, Galesburg, Illinois.

McAndrew, F.T.(1981). Pattern of performance and attributions of ability and gender. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 7, 583-587.

McAndrew, F.T.(1981, April). Primacy effects in attributions. Paper presented at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York.