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Jane Halpert

  • jhalpert@depaul.edu
  • I-O Program Director​; Professor, Industrial & Organizational Psychology
  • ​​​PhD​​​       ​
  • Psychology
  • (773) 325-4265
  • ​​​Byrne, Room 520​​​       
​​​Education
BA, Wayne State University, 1979, Psychology
MA, Wayne State University, 1982, Industrial & Organizational Psychology
PhD, Wayne State University, 1985, Industrial & Organizational Psychology

Major Areas of Interest
  • Workplace Discrimination
  • Psychometrics of Retesting
One current area of research involves perceptions of employees related to pregnancy, marital status, and family situations. The other area looks at test-retest differences in validity for predicting workplace outcomes.

Representative Publications

Hausknecht, J.P., Halpert, J.A., DiPaolo, N.T., & Moriarty Gerrard, M.O. (2007).  Retesting in selection: A meta-analysis of coaching and practice effects for tests of cognitive ability. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92(2), 373-385.

Halpert, J.A., and Burg, J.H. (1997). Mixed messages: Co-worker responses to the pregnant employee.Journal of Business and Psychology, 12(2), 241-253. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 14, 649-663.

Halpert, J., Haynes, S., Lueck, M., & Marentette, B. (2010, April).  Attitudes about pregnant employees: Change over twenty years. Poster presented at the meeting of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Atlanta.

Halpert, J.A., Gerjerts, K.G., Miller, L., Lukasik, M., & Fritts, T.  (2008, April).  Personality tests used for selection: Practice effects. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, San Francisco.

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