Industrial Organizational Psychology: Methodology, Work-family, Discrimination, Statistical Analyses
Hannah M. Markell is a fifth year doctoral student of Industrial Organizational Psychology at George Mason University. She received a B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis in Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology, with minors in Public Health and Psychology.
Hannah conducts research related to examining different forms of discrimination against marginalized populations, such as breastfeeding women, ex-convicts, LGBT individuals, racial minorities, and older employees. She blends this interest with her desire to focus on improving statistical methodology as it is employed in the organizational sciences.
Hannah is studying industrial and organizational psychology as a research assistant in Dr. Seth Kaplan's lab, with research interests including the emotional roots of discrimination against mothers in the workplace.
Markell, H.M.*, Mohr, J. J.*, King, E. B., Jones, K. P., Peddie, C., & Kendra, M. (Accepted to the Journal of Applied Psychology). Affective Antecedents and Consequences of Revealing and Concealing a Lesbian, Gay, or Bisexual Identity.
Cortina, J., Markell, H.M., Green, J.P., & von Oertzen, T. (Under review). Moderated Structural Equation Modeling in Onyx. Structural Equation Modeling.
King, E. B., Colella, A., & Markell, H.M. (in press). Workplace discrimination in context. In A. Colella & E. King (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Workplace Discrimination. Oxford Publishing.
Cheung, H.*, King, E.*, Lindsey, A.*, Membere, A.*, Markell, H.M., & Kilcullen, M. (2016). Understanding and reducing workplace discrimination. In M. R. Buckley, J. Halbesleben, & A. R. Wheeler (Eds.), Research in personnel and human resources management. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.