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Brenton M. Wiernik

Brenton M. Wiernik

Brenton M. Wiernik
Assistant Professor

Contact

Office: PCD 4133
Phone: 813/974-2492
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Bio

Brenton M. Wiernik is an Assistant Professor of Psychology. His research interests include individual differences traits (interests, personality, abilities, values), career development, environmental sustainability, and meta-analysis and other quantitative methods. He is a developer of the psychmeta R package for psychometric meta-analysis. He is senior editor for the Organizational Psychology section of Collabora: Psychology, and he serves on the editorial boards for numerous psychology journals. He received his B.S. and Ph.D. in Industrial–Organizational Psychology from the University of Minnesota.

Education

Ph.D., Industrial–Organizational Psychology, University of Minnesota, 2016

B.S., Psychology, University of Minnesota, 2012

Teaching

Industrial–Organizational Psychology, Psychometrics, Statistics, Individual Differences

Research

  • Career choices, management, and success
  • Individual differences traits (interests, personality/temperament, abilities, values)
  • Construct validity and measurement
  • Environmental sustainability
  • Meta-analysis
  • Latent variable modeling
  • Twitter: @bmwiernik
    Google Scholar Profile

    Specialty Area

    Industrial–Organizational