Catherine Kwantes is professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Director of the Culture and Organizational Research Centre at the University of Windsor. She received an MSc in Clinical Psychology, and MA and PhD degrees in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. Her area of research is on the intersection of societal and organizational cultures, and how societal cultures affect perceptions of trustworthiness in organizations, workplace interactions, and employee attitudes. She has given lectures to audiences around the world, taught in numerous countries, and provided consultative services to organizations in North America and Asia. She has lived and worked in Canada, Japan, India, and the USA.
Suzanne McMurphy, PhD
Suzanne McMurphy is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology at the University of Windsor. She is the Director and Chair of the Research Ethics Board and a fellow in the Centre for Research in Reasoning, Argumentation & Rhetoric. She has a Ph.D in Social Policy, a Master in Law and Social Policy and Master in Social Services from Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania, USA. Her doctoral research was funded by a Fulbright Scholarship to Sweden where she studied the integration of law and social work in child welfare and criminal justice systems across Europe and North America. Her primary areas of interest focus on the dynamics of trust, distrust and trustworthiness between individuals and organizations including government, health care and justice systems. She also studies the role of research ethics and public trust in scientific information. She teaches research methods, program design and evaluation, professional and research ethics.
Yuichiro Kanazawa is professor of statistics, Chair of Department of Economics and Business, and Associate Director of Rotary Peace Center at the International Christian University. He is also Professor Emeritus of the University of Tsukuba. He received MA, M.Phil, and Ph.D. in statistics from Yale. His area of theoretical research is on nonparametric and semiparametric density estimation/regression, statistical analysis of missing value problem, generalized linear models, discrete choice models, asymptotic theory, and Bayes estimation. He also applies his statistical knowledge to marketing science, industrial organization, organizational behavior, and quantitative criminology. He has been serving the Ministry of Justice, Japan as a statistical consultant since 2014.
Wendi L. Adair (M.A., Ph.D., Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management) is Associate Professor and Director of the Culture at Work Lab at University of Waterloo, Ontario. Dr. Adair’s current research examines the impact of culture on communication, for example what is said and what is not said, and interdependent work outcomes, such as communication effectiveness, conflict resolution, trust, and team performance. She also investigates culture and the self at work, examining work values, the meaning of work, and adaptation in multicultural teams. Dr. Adair is Associate Editor of Negotiation and Conflict Management Research and Past President of the International Association for Conflict Management. Dr. Adair’s research appears in premier management and psychology outlets including Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, and Organization Science, and she is co-editor of the Handbook of Research on Negotiation (Edward Elgar, 2013). She is also co-Founder and Principle of the Intercultural Communication Edge (icEdge), a communication assessment and cross-cultural effectiveness tool.
Cheryl A. Boglarsky, PhD
Dr. Boglarsky is the Director of Research for Human Synergistics, Inc., a developer and publisher of high-quality assessments and simulations for individuals, leaders, teams, and organizations to actualize their potential. Dr. Boglarsky is responsible for maintaining the scientific integrity of HSI products, including the development of organizational culture surveys, group and individual development assessments. She is an expert on research design and methodology, measurement, and statistics, as well as small group processes. She is also currently an adjunct professor at the University of Detroit Mercy. Dr. Boglarsky’s academic training is in social psychology, and she holds a doctorate in psychology from Wayne State University. Her B.A. is in psychology, with a minor in sociology, from the University of Michigan-Dearborn.
Juliana Barreiros Porto is Professor and Coordinator of at the Tamayo Research Group at the Institute of Psychology, University of Brasília, Brazil. She has a doctoral degree in Psychology from the University of Brasília. She has expertise in Organizational Psychology and her research focuses primarily on organizational culture, work and personal values, person-organization fit, well-being and ethical behaviors at work.
Greg Chung-Yan is an associate professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Director of the Occupational Health and Well-Being Group, and the Managing Director of Career Path Labs. His research looks at the impact of workplace person-environment fit on health and well-being. His research appears in such journals as the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, and the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. He recently stepped down as the Department Head of Psychology at the University of Windsor.