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Disciplines/Field of Instruction
- Industrial/Organizational Psychology
- Ph.D. Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 1985, University of Akron
- M. A. Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 1984, University of Akron
- B. S. Business Administration, 1979, Geneva College
At Geneva in Business:
- BUS 153 Organizational Behavior
- BUS 350 Human Resource Management
- BUS 520 Management Thought and Application
- BUS 550 Human Resource Systems/Organizational Behavior
- BUS 560 Biblical Management and Ethics
- BUS 580 Research Methodology
At Geneva in Psychology
- PSY 205 Psychological Statistics
- PSY 207 Research Methods
- PSY 260 Tests and Measures
- PSY 325 Cognitive Psychology
- PSY 404 Personality Psychology
- Kinicki, A. J., Ryan, F. M., Schriescheim, C. A., & Carson, K. P. (2002). Assessing the construct validity of the Job Descriptive Index (JDI): A review and meta-analysis.Journal of Applied Psychology, 97, 14-32.
- Carson, K. P. (Fall, 2000). Response to Chewning’s “Hermeneutics and Biblical Ethics: God’s Immutability and Human Integrity”. Journal of Biblical Integration of Business, 79-84.
- Dobbins, G. H., Cardy, R. L., & Carson, K. P. (1991). Examining fundamental assumptions: A contrast of person and system approaches to human resource management. Research in Personnel and Human Resource Management, 9, 1-38.
- Carson, K. P. (1991, Nov. 22). New civil rights law shoots itself in the foot. Wall Street Journal, p. A10.
- Carson, K. P. (2001, Oct.). Tensions facing Christian students in business. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Christian Business Faculty Association, Olivet Nazarene University, Bourbannais, IL.
- Tehrani, M. E., Montanari, J. R., & Carson, K. P. (1990, Aug.). Technology as determinant of organizational structure: A meta-analytic review. Paper presented at the national meetings of the Academy of Management, San Francisco.
- Carson, K. P., & Kinicki, A. J. (1988, Nov.). Construct validation: An application of meta-analysis. Proceedings of the national meetings of the Decision Sciences Institute, Las Vegas, NE., 2, 848-850.