Division of Applied Behavioral Sciences faculty publish chapters in three new books

Sharon Glazer, professor and chair (first author), Sally D. Farley, associate professor, and Tannaz T. Rahman, M.S. ’17, co-authored a chapter titled, “Performance Consequences of Workplace Ostracism” in the new book, Workplace Ostracism: Its Nature, Antecedents, and Consequences, published by Palgrave McMillan.




Prof. Glazer (first author) also co-authored a chapter on the essential knowledge, skills, abilities (KSAs), and experiences that master’s level I-O psychology students need to prepare for their careers in the new book, Mastering the Job Market: Career Issues for Master’s Level Industrial-Organizational Psychologists, from Oxford University Press.




Lastly, Prof. Glazer solo-authored a chapter on cross-cultural training in the U.S. military for The Cambridge Handbook of Intercultural Training.





All three books are available now.

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