Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Game-Based Assessment, Gamification, Applied Psychometrics, Item Response Theory, Non-cognitive Assessment, Machine Learning, and Statistical Programming (predominantly in R)
I am doctoral student in Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology Program working with Dr. Phil Lee. I was born and raised in Ohio. I attended Marshall University (West Virginia) for my undergraduate where I took interest in I/O Psychology. After graduating, I spent a year and a half in Omaha, Nebraska working as a research developer, map-maker, and test administrator. I then returned to academia; getting my master’s degree in I/O from Radford University. I worked as a Psychometric Data Analyst for roughly 3 year before being accepted to George Mason University. I love to hike and exercise, take mediocre landscape photos, play trivia/board games, and program in R until 3 a.m.
Current Research Topics:
-Development of automated text classification tools in Psychology
-Supervised machine learning techniques
-Statistical techniques to identify faking in personality assessment
-Development of general programming tools for Psychology
Zhu, Z., Tomassetti, A.J., Dalal, R.S., Schrader, S.W., Loo, K., Sabat, I.E., Alaybek, B., Zhou, Y., Jones, C., & Fyffe S. (2021). A Test-Retest Reliability Generalization Meta-Analysis of Judgments Via the Policy-Capturing Technique. Organizational Research Methods, 1-33, 1011529.
Lee, P., Joo, S. H., & Fyffe, S. (2019). Investigating faking effects on the construct validity through the Monte Carlo simulation study. Personality and Individual Differences, 150, 109491.
M.S. I/O Psychology, Radford University, 2015
B.A. Psychology, Marshall University, 2012
Lei, X., Lee, P., Dubovoy, L., Zhou, Y., Lam, N., & Fyffe, S. (2019, November). A new investigation of the stability of job satisfaction: An application of second-order growth mixture modeling. Poster to be presented at the 2019 Work, Stress, & Health Conference, Boston, MA.
Fyffe, S. J. (October, 2019). Measurement is Fun. Invited presentation to Radford University’s Graduate Industrial-Organizational Psychology program. Radford, VA.
Fyffe, S. J. (June, 2019). An introduction to R in the Social Sciences. Invited presentation to Pepperdine University’s Graduate Educational Leadership, Administration, and Policy program. Los Angeles, CA.
Fyffe, S. J. (September, 2017). The psychometric side of test development. Invited presentation to the Inteleos Board and Standing Committee Members. Tysons Corner, VA.
Fyffe, S. J. (September, 2016). Upping cognitive level. Invited presentation to the Inteleos Board and Standing Committee Members. Washington, D.C.
Fyffe, S. J. (August, 2014). Accomplishments of an HR Intern. Invited to give presentation of accomplishments and research at the 2015 NeighborWorks Training Institute. Orlando, FL.