PhD - The University of Akron (2010), Industrial/Organizational Psychology
MA - The University of Akron (2006), Industrial/Organizational Psychology
BA - Washington & Lee University (2003), Psychology
My research interests include leadership, leadership development, coaching, feedback, motivation, and application of positive psychology to the workplace. I strive to fulfill the I/O psychologist's ideal of being a true "scientist-practitioner" by being active in research, education, and practice. Prior to coming to W&L, I worked in Global Leadership Development at Procter and Gamble.
PSYC 114: Introduction to Social Psychology
PSYC 202: Theories of Personality
PSYC 296: The Psychology of Peak Performance
PSYC 395: Organizational Psychology
PSYC 395B: Leaders, Followers, and the Psychological Processes that Influence Them
PSYC 403: Directed Independent Research
Gregory, J.B., & Levy, P.E. (in press). Book chapter on Humanistic Coaching. In The handbook of the psychology of coaching and mentoring. Wiley-Blackwell.
Gregory, J.B., & Levy, P.E. (2011). It's not me, it's you: A multi-level examination of variables that impact employee coaching relationships. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice & Research, 63, 67-88.
Gregory, J.B., & Levy, P.E. (2010). Employee coaching relationships: Enhancing construct clarity and measurement. Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Practice, and Research, 3, 109-123.
O'Malley, A.L., & Gregory, J.B. (in press). Don't be such a downer: Using positive psychology to enhance the value of negative feedback. The Psychologist Manager.
O'Malley, A.L., Ritchie, S.A., Lord, R.G., Gregory, J.B., & Young, C.M. (2010). Incorporating embodied cognition into sensemaking theory: A theoretical examination of embodied processes in a leadership context. Current topics in management: Organizational behavior, performance, and effectiveness (pp. 151-181).