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Salvaggio, Amy (full)
Amy
Nicole
Salvaggio
Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Arts & Sciences
Psychology
203-932-7381
HARI212
Harugari Hall
About

    Born and raised in Pennsylvania, Dr. S. graduated from Penn State, then attended the University of Maryland for her graduate degrees. While finishing her Ph.D., she worked for a research firm in Washington DC and taught undergraduate research methods (and learned quite a bit about balancing multiple job roles along the way).

    After finishing her dissertation with the incomparable Benjamin Schneider, she was an assistant professor at the University of Tulsa for five years, where she became interested in studying dual-earner couples and workplace romance. She maintains an active research program on these issues, and also enjoys collaborating with colleagues on a wide range of topics including reading motivation, customer service, and teacher mentoring. At UNH she has enjoyed teaching graduate and undergraduate classes, and supervises many internships and practicum projects. ?

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    Education

    Ph. D., Industrial and Organizational Psychology, University of Maryland
    M.A., Industrial and Organizational Psychology, University of Maryland
    B.S., Psychology (Business Option), with Highest Distinction, Pennsylvania State University

    Selected Books and Published Articles

    Salvaggio, A. N., Hopper, J. E., & Packell, K. (in press). Coworker reactions to observing sexual behavior at work. Journal of Managerial Psychology.

    Salvaggio, A.N., Streich, M. L., Hopper, J. E. & Pierce, C. (2011). Why do fools fall in love (at work). Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 41, 906-937.

    Robertson, L. N., Brummel, B. J., & Salvaggio, A. N. (2011). Gender perceptions of managerial positions: Implications for work-related outcomes. The Psychologist-Manager Journal, 4, 1-28.  doi: 10.1080/10887156.2011.546171

    Salvaggio, A. N., Streich, M., & Hopper, J. E.  (2009). Ambivalent sexism and applicant evaluations: Effects on ambiguous applicants.  Sex Roles, 61, 621-633.

    Streich, M. L., Casper, W. J., & Salvaggio, A. N. (2008). Can we agree and still conflict? An examination of couples’ agreement of work-family conflict. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 23, 252-272.

    Salvaggio, A. N., Schneider, B., Nishii, L. H., Mayer, D. M., Ramesh, A., & Lyon, J. S. (2007). What type of manager best serves customers? The effects of manager personality on service behavior and service climate. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, 1741 – 1750.