Amber Schroeder, Ph.D.
I am an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Texas at Arlington. My research focuses primarily on the impact of technology use in organizational settings. Within this topic area, my research addresses topics such as (a) the use of social media in employment settings (e.g., cybervetting in employee selection), (b) the examination of employee behaviors classified as being either antisocial (e.g., workplace deviance, cyberbullying) or prosocial (e.g., organizational citizenship behavior), and (c) the assessment of employee personality and culture and their impact on work outcomes.
- 2012 - Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Clemson University
- 2009 - M.S. in Applied Psychology, Clemson University
- 2007 - B.A. in Psychology (Business Administration), Texas A&M University - College Station
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Detecting Between-Groups Heteroscedasticity in Moderated Multiple Regression With a Continuous Predictor and a Categorical Moderator: A Monte Carlo Study (SAGE OpenDepartment of Psychology, The University of Texas at Arlington, January-Ma)