Kori Callison

Associate Professor of Management

Management and Marketing


  • “A Comparative Study of Five Countries with Critical Mass and its Ambiguous Impact on HRM Policies”, Edward Elgar Publishing (2016)
    Book Chapter
  • “Reactions to abusive supervision: Examining the role of emotions and gender in the USA”, The International Journal of Human Resource Management (2016)
    Journal Article
  • “Developing Dedicated Service Employees: Psychological Climate for Service and Internal Service as Resources”, Journal of Psychological Issues in Organizational Culture (2013)
    Journal Article
  • “Assessing the cost of underperformance: A computer programmer example.”, The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist (2011)
    Journal Article
  • “Perfect Is Not Always the Enemy of the Good: The Effects of Other-Oriented Perfectionism and Conscientiousness on Helping at Work.”, Applied Psychology: An International Review.
    Journal Article
  • “Choosing the Right HRM Tool: A Review of What is (or Should be) the Difference Between Competency Modeling and Traditional Job Analysis?”, Personnel Testing Council Metropolitan Washington.
    Magazine/Trade Publication

Education & Affiliations


University of Houston, PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
University of Houston, MA in Industrial/Organization Psychology
San Diego State University, BA in Psychology


Academy of Management (AOM)
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)