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. She also conducts research on statistical and methodological issues, like common method variance and heteroscedasticity.

Email: abrawley@gettysburg.edu
Office: Glatfelter 405

Recent/current projects
In the gig economy: nature of the work, financial dependence, occupational health, leadership, motivation, discrimination
In family and microbusinesses: performance management, turnover, familism
Methodological issues: discriminant validity, within-group agreement, heteroscedasticity in selection

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Fall 2021
Statistical Methodssyllabus
The Gig Economy
syllabus – reading list (in progress)

Fall 2020
Statistical Methodssyllabus
The Gig Economysyllabusreading list

Spring 2020
Statistical Methodssyllabus

Fall 2019
Statistical Methodssyllabus
The Gig Economysyllabusreading list

Spring 2019
Statistical Methodssyllabus
Work Motivationsyllabus

Fall 2018
Statistical Methodssyllabus
The Gig Economysyllabus – reading list

Spring 2018
Research Methodssyllabus
The Gig Economysyllabusreading list

Fall 2017
Statistical Methodssyllabus
Research Methodssyllabus