The Trustworthiness Research Alliance| Contact Info Last updated April 2020
The Trustworthiness Research Alliance

Alliance Members

The Trustworthiness Research Alliance is an international and multidisciplinary group of researchers who investigate trust and the role that perceptions of the trustworthiness of individuals, organizations, and institutions plays in decisions to take the leap of faith we know of as “trust.”
Suzanne McMurphy, PhD University of Windsor Assoc. Prof, Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology Director, Research Ethics Board Dynamics of trust, distrust, and trustworthiness Government, health care, and justice systems Research ethics and public trust in scientific information.
Catherine T. Kwantes, PhD University of Windsor Prof, Industrial-Organizational Psychology Director, Culture and Organizational Research Centre Societal cultures and perceptions of trustworthiness in organizations Workplace interactions Employee attitudes



Greg A. Chung-Yan, PhD University of Windsor Assoc. Prof, Industrial-Organizational Psychology Director, Occupational Health and Well-Being Group Chair, Program Development Committe, Senate Person-environment fit Workplace health and well-being Bias and fairness in personnel selection
Wendy Adair, PhD University of Waterloo Prof, Psychology Director, Culture at Work Lab Culture and communication (e.g., conflict resolution, team performance) The self, values, the meaning of work Adaptation in multicultural teams


Yuichiro Kanazawa, PhD International Christian University Program Director, Public Policy and Social Research Assoc. Director, Rotary Peace Center Professor Emeritus, University of Tsukuba Statistics Marketing science Industrial and organizational behaviour Criminology


Juliana Barreiros Porto, PhD University of Brasília Professor, Institute of Psychology Coordinator, Tamayo Research Group Organizational culture Work and personal values Person-organization fit Well-being Ethical behaviors at work.


Bjørn Z. Ekelund, MBA, Psychologist [Norway] Human Factors AS Founder and Chairperson Creator, Diversity Icebreaker® Trust issues in relation to cross-cultural differences, leadership and interdisciplinary work


A Global Research Network

Cheryl A. Boglarsky, PhD Human Synergistics, Inc. Director, Research Organizational culture, group, and individual development assessments Small group processes

United States of America

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