Undergraduate institution: Seattle Pacific University
My primary research interests are in the areas of personnel selection, performance management, and workplace diversity. Currently, I am working on research examining source differences in job analysis ratings and exploring the relationship between cognitive ability tilt and job performance. Additional areas of interest include employee attitudes and work-family issues.
Representative publications and presentations:
Kato, A. E., & Scherbaum, C. A. (2019, April). Exploring the Relationship between Cognitive Ability Tilt and Job Performance. In H. J. Kell & S. Wee (Co-Chairs), Very Much More Than g: Further Evidence for the Importance of Specific Abilities. Symposium to be conducted at the 34th annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, National Harbor, MD.
Gisler, S., Kato, A. E., Lee, S., & Leung, D. W. (2018). One size does not fit all: Gender inequity in STEM varies between subfields. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 11(2), 314-318.
Kato, A. E., Scherbaum, C. A., Dickson, M. W., Crenshaw, J. L., Bellenger, B. L., Beckman, S., Goldstein, H. W., & Yusko, K. P. (2018, April). Examining Agreement in Job Analysis Ratings of Cognitive and Non-Cognitive KSAOs. Poster presented at the 33rd annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago.