Undergraduate institution: Wake Forest University
I primarily research occupational health psychology, with a focus on intervention efficacy in OHP: what determines success vs. failure, implementation and evaluation strategies, and how to turn change resistors into supporters. I am also interested in the relationship between supervisors and their employees, culture change, and executive development.
Representative publications and presentations
Gray, B.E., Gisler, S., Roman, J.R., & Rothstein, E.G. (2017). What to expect when you are applying: Advice from current students and faculty. As part of the TIP-Topics for Students Column in The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist.
Wald, D., Gray, B., & Eatough, E.M. (2017). Surveys and web research. In Occhipinti, S. & Brough, P. Research Methods for Applied Psychologists: Design, Analysis and Reporting. New York, NY: Routledge.
Eatough, E., Wald, D., Gray, B.E., Gisler, S., & Spector, P. (2018, April). Job control and employee health: A meta-analysis of the last 30 years of research. Poster presented at the 33rd annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.
Lyness, K., & Gray, B.E. (2017, August). Work/life issues and employee attitudes and well-being. Session chairs. Symposium presented at the 77th annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA.
Yu, H., Gray, B., and Mugayar-Baldocchi, M. A. (2017, April). Gender differences on the perception of illegitimate tasks. In E. Eatough (Co-chair) and D. Wald (Co-chair). Illegitimate Tasks: The Establishment of a Legitimate Construct. Symposium to be presented at the 32nd annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Orlando, FL