Jay H. Hardy III

Assistant Professor
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Dr. Jay Hardy is an Assistant Professor in the College of Business at Oregon State University, where he teaches classes in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management.

His research focuses on applications of empirical research to the field of human resources (HR). His recent work has focused on (a) understanding how self-regulated learning processes can be leveraged for improving dynamic training and development interventions, (b) exploring the implications of applicant experience for shaping applicant behavior, and (c) applying simulation and computational modeling methodologies to understanding practical HR phenomena. His research has been published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Human Resource Management Review, among others.

Jay has more hobbies than he has sense and struggles with the correct spelling of the word "Manangement"

My Publications

Journal Articles


C. Gibson, Hardy, J., Baur, J., Frink, D., and Buckley, M., Expectation-based interventions for expatriates, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, vol. 49, pp. 332-342, 2015.

Presentations


J. Huck, Day, E., Jorgensen, A., and Hardy, J., Curiosity, skill acquisition, and adaptation: A piecewise latent trajectory analysis., Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 33rd Annual Conference. Chicago, IL, 2018.

J. Hardy and Carr, A., Let’s go there: Academics and practitioners tackle critical knowledge gaps., Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 33rd Annual Conference. Chicago, IL, 2018.

J. Hardy, Roundtable: Highly Prolific Authors, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 33rd Annual Conference. Chicago, IL, 2018.

J. Hardy and Sloan, M., Do applicants really quit longer assessments?, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 32st Annual Conference. Orlando, FL, 2017.

J. Griffith, Gibson, C., Medeiros, K., MacDougall, A., and Hardy, J., Future directions in CIP research., Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 32st Annual Conference. Orlando, FL, 2017.

L. Steele, Hardy, J., Day, E., and Mumford, M., Predictors of adaptability in creative performance, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 32st Annual Conference. Orlando, FL, 2017.

J. Hardy, Day, E., and Steele, L., Interrelationships among self-regulatory processes and performance in complex task learning, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 31st Annual Conference. Anaheim, CA, 2016.

J. Hardy, Day, E., and Steele, L., Incremental validity of exploratory behavior in complex task learning, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 31st Annual Conference. Anaheim, CA, 2016.

J. Hardy, Day, E., Steele, L., Westlin, J., and Nguyen, C., Self-efficacy, achievement- versus learning-oriented effort, and complex task learning, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 31st Annual Conference. Anaheim, CA, 2016.

J. Hardy, Day, E., and Steele, L., Ability, goal orientation, and exploratory behavior in active learning, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 30th Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA, 2015.

J. Hardy, Keeping the faith: Baseline-skill and task-specific self-efficacy following failure, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 29th Annual Conference. Honolulu, HI, 2014.

C. Theil, Peterson, D., and Hardy, J., Affective responses in a virtue-less work environment, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 29th Annual Conference. Honolulu, HI, 2014.

M. Arsenault, Mracek, D., Hardy, J., and Day, E., Dynamic team-efficacy in relation to routine versus adaptive performance, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 29th Annual Conference. Honolulu, HI, 2014.

C. Gibson and Hardy, J., Gender differences in creative problem-solving may be an artifact of measurement differences, Association for Psychological Science’s 26th Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA, 2014.

J. Hardy, Day, E., Hughes, M., Wang, X., and Schuelke, M., Exploration and complex task learning: A between and within-person examination, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 28th Annual Conference. Houston, TX, 2013.