Curriculum Vitae

George Mason University

Department of Psychology

Fairfax, Virginia

 Phone: 817 – 602 – 1885

phillipgilmore@gmail.com

Education

            MA in Psychology, George Mason University

            B S in Psychology, Louisiana State University – Summa cum laude

Papers and Conference Presentations

Manuscripts in Preparation

            Gilmore, P. L. (final draft). Cognition in cultural relativity theory: performance self-rating bias. To be submitted to Human Performance.

Hu, X., Tetrick, L. E., Gilmore, P. L., & Wei, F. The effects of reciprocity on commitment and OCB: A look at interpersonal relatedness and individual level power distance. To be submitted to Journal of Organizational Behavior.

Peddie, C. I., King, E. B., Gilmore, P. L., Hsen, K. (2010). Reversals of Ingroup Favoritism: Composition and Minorities’ Ratings of Minorities. To be submitted to Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.  

Conference Presentations

Hu, X., Tetrick, L. E., Gilmore, P. L., & Wei, F. (2010). The effects of reciprocity on commitment and OCB: A look at interpersonal relatedness and individual level power distance. Paper to be presented at the 4th Biennial Conference of International Association for Chinese Management Research. Shanghai, China.   

Koehler, T. & Gilmore, P. L. (2010, August). Coordination of communication in multicultural distributed teams. In I. Jose & K. LaPort (Co-chairs), Multicultural team effectiveness: an examination of group processes and leadership. Symposium at AOM, Montréal.

Peddie, C. I., King, E. B., Gilmore, P. L., & Hsen, K. (2010, April). Reversals of ingroup favoritism: composition and minorities’ ratings of minorities. In B. J. Lyons & J. L. Raver (Co-chairs), Relational influences on race and sex discrimination in organizations. Symposium at SIOP, Atlanta.

Membership in Professional Associations

            Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)                      8/08 to present

Professional Experience:

            Health data analyst                                                                                       5/10 to 9/10

            Organizational Wellness & Learning Systems.  Forth Worth, Texas.

Student Services:

Editorial

            Editor for the Industrial & Organizational Psychology Newlsetter (I/ON) of GMU’s I/O   graduate student organization IOPSA

Updated last on 9/19/2010

           

 

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