Management

Jay H. Hardy III

Associate Professor
jay.hardy@oregonstate.edu

Office: 541-737-3016

Austin Hall

Austin Hall 370

2751 SW Jefferson Way

2751 SW Jefferson Way
Corvallis, OR 97331
Curriculum Vitae: 
Credentials: 
B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Business from Colorado State University ('09)
M.S. in Experimental Psychology from University of Oklahoma ('12)
Ph.D. in Industrial Organizational Psychology with a secondary concentration in Quantitative Psychology from University of Oklahoma ('15)

Profile Field Tabs

At OSU
Affiliated with: 
College of Business
Research/Career Interests: 

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

Research areas: Human Resources Management and Organizational Behavior

Research interests: Training and Development, Employee Selection, Systemic Bias, Simulations and Computational Modeling

Dr. Hardy's research is in the field of human resource management (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 the job applicant experience for shaping applicant behavior, and (c) applying simulation and computational modeling methodologies to understanding practical HR phenomena, such as learning and systematic bias in the workplace. His research has been published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Human Resource Management Review, among others.

Courses Taught: 

MGMT 448/548: Employee Recruitment and Selections

MGMT 453/553: Human Resources Management

BA 352: Managing Individual and Team Performance

My Publications

Journal Articles


C. Gibson, Koenig, N., Griffith, J., and Hardy, J., Selecting for retention: Understanding turnover pre-hire, Industrial and Organizational Psychology-Perspectives on Science and Practice, vol. 12, pp. 338-341, 2019.

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

Presentations


J. Hardy, Racial stratification in organizational hierarchies as an emergent phenomenon, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 37th Annual Conference. Seattle, WA, 2022.

J. Hardy, Griffith, J., Medeiros, K., and MacDougall, A., Third-party agents as a tool for disrupting mechanisms of gender bias, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 37th Annual Conference. Seattle, WA, 2022.

J. Hardy, Applying novel methodological and statistical paradigms to the study of adaptation, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 37th Annual Conference. Seattle WA, 2022.

J. Hardy, Day, E. A., and Huck, J., Information-knowledge gaps bridge perceptions and behavior in self-regulated learning, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology 36th Annual Convention. New Orleans, LA, 2021.

K. Medeiros, Crayne, M., Griffith, J., and Hardy, J., Leader sensemaking in response to crisis: Consequences and insights from COVID-19, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 36th Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA, 2021.

J. Hardy, Reasons matter: Decomposing turnover reasons for improving pre-hire prediction, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 36th Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA, 2021.

J. Hardy, Tackling big issues in understanding adaptation: A discussion across research domains, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 36th Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA, 2021.

T. Paterson and Hardy, J., Connecting with Nature: Urbanization and Environmental Behavior at Work, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology's 35th Annual Conference. Austin, TX, 2020.

J. Mecca and Hardy, J., IGNITE panel with data: The who, what, when, & where of candidate feedback, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 35st Annual Conference. Austin, TX, 2020.

J. Hardy and Linnabery, E., SIOP Select: Show us how it’s done! Real-world scientist–practitioner collaborations, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 35st Annual Conference. Austin, TX, 2020.

J. Hardy and Hetrick, A. L., SIOP Select: Story time! Competition finalists share career-shaping experiences, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 35st Annual Conference. Austin, TX, 2020.

L. M. Steele and Hardy, J., When creative self-efficacy is positively related to creativity and when it isn’t, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 35st Annual Conference. Austin, TX, 2020.

J. Hardy, Reasons matter: Decomposing turnover reasons for improving pre-hire prediction, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 35th Annual Conference. Austin, TX, 2020.

L. Johnson and Hardy, J., Symposium on best practices for running a research lab using graduate and undergraduate research assistants, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 34st Annual Conference. National Harbor, Maryland, 2019.

S. Dennis and Hardy, J., IGNITE panel with data: Myth vs. Reality in candidate reactions – What really matters, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 34st Annual Conference. National Harbor, Maryland, 2019.

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

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