M. Justin Miller, M.S.

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M. Justin Miller, M.S.

Doctoral Student, Applied Psychology

M. Justin Miller, M.S.

Hometown:
Louisville, KY Metropolitan Area

Undergraduate Institution and Degree:
Indiana University, Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Graduate Institutions and Degrees:
Indiana University, Graduate Certificate in Liberal Studies

University of Wisconsin-Stout, Master of Science in Applied Psychology (concentrations in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Evaluation Research, and Health Promotion and Disease Prevention)

Current Program/Degree Pursued:
Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Psychology

Year of Matriculation:
2017

Awards Received:
Psi Chi: International Honor Society in Psychology
Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year, University of Wisconsin-Stout
Potential for Excellence Scholarship, University of Wisconsin-Stout
Graduate Merit Scholarship, Indiana University

Research Interests/Publications/Presentations:

Research Interests
Psychometrics, personality traits, workplace behaviors, communication in the workplace, leadership, perceptions of organizational justice, and evaluation.

Publications
Miller, M. J., & Smith, T. L. (in press). Assessment of antisocial behavior. In The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences Volume II. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Miller, M. J., & Smith, T. L. (in press). Lee J. Cronbach. In The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences Volume II. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Stoeklen, P., Sullivan, J., Miller, M. J., Drzakowski, M., & King, S. (2017). eStout: A digital learning environmental program case study. On the Horizon, 25(4), 1-8. DOI:10.1108/OTH-02-2017-0005

Miller, M. J., Wisner, D., Stoeklen, P., & Edwards, T. D. S. (2017). University of Wisconsin, Stout campus climate: University staff job satisfaction. Journal of Student Research, 16, 184-196.

Miller, M. J. (2015). Academic unity: The creation and synthesis of knowledge. Graduate Research Journal, 5, 36-49.

Miller, M. J., & Carducci, B. J. (2015). Student perceptions of KSAs desired by potential employers of psychology majors. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology, 1(1), 38-47. doi:10.1037/stl0000015

Presentations
Sullivan, J., Miller, M. J., & Smith, L. (2017, November, accepted). Core competencies for evaluators: Aligning evaluator training to the proposed American Evaluation Association competencies. Will present at Evaluation 2017 Conference, Washington, D.C.

Miller, M. J., Smith, T. L, Wisner, D., & Stoeklen, P. (2016, October). Let’s all be friends: The convergence of Evaluation, I-O Psychology, and Market Research. Poster presented at the Evaluation 2016 Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Stoeklen, P., Wisner, D., Smith, T. L., Smith, L., & Miller, M. J. (2016, October). 17-step checklist for UFE evaluation: A formal dinner or à la carte? Paper presented at the Evaluation 2016 Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Smith, L., Lawton, G., Gregg, A., Krueger, B., Roth, L., Stoeklen, P., Miller, M. J., & Wisner, D. (2016, October). Simple steps to effective focus groups. Demonstration presented at the Evaluation 2016 Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Miller, M. J., & Carducci, B. J. (2015, August). Seeing the world against you: Impulsivity as a cognitive correlate of Cognitive Hostility. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association 2015 Convention, Toronto, ON.

Miller, M. J., & Carducci, B. J. (2015, May). The relationship of cognitive hostility and high impulsivity to suicide attempts. Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association 2015 Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Miller, M. J. (2015, April). Help wanted: A comparison of what students and potential employers view as the KSAs desired by potential employers of psychology majors. Poster presented at the Indiana University Southeast 11th Annual Student Research Conference, New Albany, IN.

Miller, M. J. (2015, April). Impulsivity as a cognitive correlate of cognitive hostility: A preliminary look at the antagonistic attributional style. Poster presented at the Indiana University Southeast 11th Annual Student Research Conference, New Albany, IN.

Miller, M. J., & Carducci, B. J. (2014, May). Help wanted: Student perceptions of KSAs desired by potential employers of psychology majors. Poster presented at the Association of Psychological Sciences 26th Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Miller, M. J., & Woodward, L. (2014, May). The effect of cognitive hostility on self-control. Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association 2014 Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Miller, M. J. (2014, April). The effect of cognitive hostility on self-control. Poster presented at the Indiana University Southeast 10th Annual Student Research Conference, New Albany, IN.

Miller, M. J. (2014, April). The effect of cognitive hostility on self-control. Paper presented at the 33rd Annual Mid-America Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Crestview Hills, KY.

Teaching Experience:
Southern Illinois University Carbondale (Current)
PSYC 323 Organizational Psychology
PSYC 202 Careers in Psychology

University of Wisconsin-Stout (2015 – 2017)
PSYC 792 Research Design and Analysis II
PSYC 790 Research Design and Analysis I
PSYC 726 Evaluation Applications
PSYC 725 Data Analysis in Evaluation and Institutional Research
PSYC 724 Data Collection in Evaluation and Institutional Research
PSYC 723 Research Methods in Evaluation and Institutional Research
PSYC 722 Project Management in Evaluation and Institutional Research
PSYC 721 Ethics and Practice
PSYC 720 Introduction to Evaluation and Institutional Research
PSYC 290 Interpreting Psychological Research
PSYC 190 Psychological Methods

Future Career Plans:
University professorship

What Attracted Me to SIU:
The autonomy that applied psychology students have in designing their specialization.