Dr. Brawley Newlin is an Assistant Professor of Management at Gettysburg College in Gettysburg, PA. Her Ph.D. is in Industrial-Organizational (I-O) Psychology.
Her research focuses on unique work populations, like family microbusinesses and “gig” workers. Her work focuses on how (and whether) findings from Management and I-O Psychology apply in these different work settings. She also conducts research on statistical and methodological issues.
Glatfelter 412 Office hours and meetings via Zoom
Office hours: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9-11 via Zoom
Statistical Methods – syllabus
Gateway Industrial-Organizational Psychologists talk: The digital gig economy: What’s new, what do we know, and so what?
Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Newsbrief article on my Gig Economy (OMS 405) course
Brawley Newlin & Pury (in press): All of the above?: An examination of overlapping organizational climates (also available here)
Garst, Gagnon, & Brawley (2019): Efficacy of online training for improving camp staff competency
Rosopa, Brawley, Atkinson, & Robertson (2018): On the conditional and unconditional Type I error rates and power of tests in linear models with heteroscedastic errors
Faculty spotlight in The Gettysburgian
Brawley (2017): The big, gig picture: We can’t assume the same constructs matter
Brawley & Pury (2017): Little things that count: A call for organizational research on microbusinesses
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