Justin DeSimone

Assistant Professor of Management


Phone: 205-348-5480
Email: jadesimone@culverhouse.ua.edu
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Focus and Current Research

Research Methods


Assessment of Personality in the Workplace



Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology

M.S., Georgia Institute of Technology

B.A., Duke University

Honors Achievements & Affiliations

Dr. Justin DeSimone received his Ph.D. from Georgia Tech served as a post-doc at the University of Nebraska prior to arriving at UA. Justin's research focuses on innovative personality assessment as well as issues related to research methodology, psychometrics, and statistics. His work has appeared in some of the top journals the field, including the Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Research Methods, and Journal of Organizational Behavior. Justin serves as an ad hoc reviewer for many journals in the organizational sciences as well as a senior ad hoc reviewer with the Journal of Organizational Behavior. He routinely presents his research at the annual meetings for both the Academy of Management and Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.

Selected Publications

DeSimone, J. A. (2015). New techniques for evaluating temporal consistency. Organizational Research Methods, 18, 133-152.

Schoen, J. L., DeSimone, J. A., James, L. R. (2011). Exploring joint variance between independent variables and a criterion: Meaning, effect, and size. Organizational Research Methods, 14, 674-695.

DeSimone, J. A., Harms, P. D., & DeSimone, A. J. (2015). Best practice recommendations for data screening. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 36, 171-181.

DeSimone, J. A., Köhler, T., & Schoen, J. L. (in press). If it were only that easy: The use of meta-analytic research by organizational scholars. Organizational Research Methods.

DeSimone, J. A. & James, L. R. (2015). An analysis of the item characteristics of the Conditional Reasoning Test of Aggression. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100, 1872-1886.

DeSimone, J. A., Harms, P. D., Vanhove, A. J., & Herian, M. N. (2017). Development and validation of the Five-by-five Resilience Scale. Assessment, 24, 778-797.