Contact information :  Office location: Vertical Campus 8-270B Phone: (646) 312-3863 email:  palenick@gradcenter.cuny.edu  Follow me on  Twitter   Lab affiliations:  Emotions in Organizations  and  Personnel Selection and Employee Assessment

Contact information:

Office location: Vertical Campus 8-270B
Phone: (646) 312-3863
email: palenick@gradcenter.cuny.edu
Follow me on Twitter

Lab affiliations: Emotions in Organizations and Personnel Selection and Employee Assessment

Paige Alenick

Undergraduate institution: New York University

My research interests primarily lie in employee health and well-being. Specifically, I am interested in understanding the factors that affect the physical and mental health of employees, and the subsequent influence on employee productivity and work quality. I also conduct research in my additional areas of interest, selection and leadership. In my master’s thesis, I combine several of these interests and examine the effects of stress on the procedural fairness of selection decision-making.

Representative publications and presentations:

  • Alenick, P.R., & Cohen-Charash, Y. (2019, July). Can two be better than one? Exploring the influence of multiple stressors on decision-making. Poster to be presented at the annual conference of the International Society for Research on Emotion, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

  • Cohen-Charash, Y., Gonzalez, M. F., Larson, E. C., Lee, S., & Alenick, P.R. (2019, April). A Contextual Goal-Based Theory of Envy and its Outcomes. To be presented at the annual conference of the International Society for Research on Emotion, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 

  • Lee, S., Alenick, P.R., Zhou, Z. E., & Xie, J. (2019, April). W_ICTs after Hours and Fatigue: The Double-edged Effect of Affective Commitment. Poster presented in the Top Poster session at the 34th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, National Harbor, Maryland.

  • Leung, D. W., Rainone, N., & Alenick, P.R. (2019). Falling off the glass cliff? Black women head coaches in NCAA women’s basketball.Poster presented at the 34th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, National Harbor, Maryland.* 

  • Gisler, S., Omansky, R., Alenick, P. R., Tumminia, A. M., Eatough, E. M., & Johnson, R. C. (2018). Work-life conflict and employee health: A review. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research23, 1-46.

*Featured on the Ohio State University Fisher Leadership Initiative blog https://fisher.osu.edu/blogs/leadreadtoday/blog/black-female-leaders-and-the-glass-cliff/