Assistant Professor of Industrial & Organizational Psychology
Dr. King is an Assistant Professor of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Her research centers on the topics of workplace resilience, idenity intersectionality and authenticity, and employee voice. Specifically, her work involves a) offering conceptual clarity and improved measurement to the resilience domain via integration with motivation frameworks, b) uncovering how daily workplace resilience can be fostered, c) highlighting the unique perceptions and experiences of individuals when considering multiple social categories in tandem, and d) finding ways to help employees experience authenticity and voice at work. Her work has been funded by the National Science Foundation and published in both book chapters and scientific articles. She received her B.A. in Psychology from Spelman College and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from Michigan State University.
- " Keep Your Eyes on the Prize": Cognitive and Affective Linkages to Resilience Behavior in Work Goal Pursuit
- Personality homogeneity in organizations and occupations: considering similarity sources
- Calling in Black: a dynamic model of racially traumatic events, resourcing, and safety
- Calling in Black: Dynamic Model of Racially Traumatic Events on Organizational Resourcing
- Consequences of regulatory fit for leader–follower relationship quality and commitment
- Regulatory focus trickle-down: How leader regulatory focus and behavior shape follower regulatory focus