Roosevelt University in Chicago, Schaumburg and Online - Logo

I/O Psychology Faculty

Click name to access faculty website

Jacqueline Deuling, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, I/O Psychology

Phone: (847) 619-8355

Email: jdeuling@roosevelt.edu

CV

Ph.D., Wayne State University

Jackie's program of research focuses on two general areas of inquiry – leadership and group processes, and work-family conflict. An overarching theme in her research is the interaction between situational aspects and individual differences that may influence behavior in organizations.

For more information on Dr. Deuling, click here

Guy Di Spigno, Ph.D.

Director, I/O Consulting Center

Phone: (847) 619-8465

Email: gdispigno@roosevelt.edu

CV

Ph.D., Northwestern University

Guy is a results-oriented consultant with a broad-based business background who takes a pragmatic approach to achieving maximum effectiveness in client organizations. Guy’s practice and research spanning three decades continues to focuses on: organizational effectiveness; aligning organizational culture, mission, and profit metrics; executive assessment & development; conflict resolution; and creating cross-functional synergies. Guy holds a Ph.D. from Northwestern University, a M.Ed. from Loyola University Chicago, a M.A. from Northern Illinois University and a B.S. from Carroll University.

For more information on Dr. Di Spigno, click here

Mike Helford, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, I/O Psychology

Phone: (847) 619-8543

Email: mhelford@roosevelt.edu

CV

Ph.D., Loyola University Chicago

Dr. Helford's main research interests include the following: psychological climate in organizations, organizational commitment, person-organization fit, work-family conflict, simulation of perceptual processes in organizations, and statistical methods.

For more information on Dr. Helford, click here

Joseph Mazzola, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, I/O Psychology

Director, I/O M.A. Program

Phone: (847) 619-8448

Email: jmazzola@roosevelt.edu

CV

Ph.D., University of South Florida

Dr. Mazzola's research is in the areas of stress management and health promotion in the workplace. Most recently, he has been investigating what factors present at work help or hinder individuals from being able to exercise and eat nutritiously, as well as how employees perceive workplace health promotion initiatives. Additionally, while he works with a variety of methods and analysis techniques, he also specialize in qualitative and mixed methods research. Dr. Mazzola's ultimate goal is to make work as healthy and as positive of an environment as it can be for the employees.

For more information on Dr. Mazzola, click here

Toshio Murase, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, I/O Psychology

Phone: (847) 619-8453

Email: tmurase@roosevelt.edu

CV

Ph.D., University of Central Florida

Toshio Murase is assistant professor of psychology at Roosevelt University. Dr. Murase has been fascinated about collaborative power which enables people to achieve marvelous projects which no one can accomplish alone. His research areas include the following areas: teams, leadership, social networks, and measurement issues. Specifically, he is interested in investigating (a) how leaders across multiple levels of an organization manage complex collaboration systems, (b) how multiple teams can collaboratively achieve team-level and department/organization-level objectives, and (c) how effectively researchers can evaluate and measure the quality of collaborative and interactive processes. Dr. Murase’s research has appeared in the following journals: Journal of Management, The Leadership Quarterly, Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, & Practice, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Educational and Psychological Measurement, and Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice.

For more information on Dr. Murase, click here

Adrian Thomas, Ph.D.

Helford Endowed Chair of Psychology

Director, I/O Ph.D. Program

Phone: (847) 619-8285

Email: athomas18@roosevelt.edu

CV

Ph.D., Georgia Tech University

Adrian’s main research interests include workers with disabilities, personnel selection and testing, and current issues in validity generalization and utility analysis. In his applied work he is mainly a statistical consultant but also provided guidance on scale development, performance appraisal, competency modeling and selection projects.

For more information on Dr. Thomas, click here

Edward Wygonik, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, I/O Psychology

Phone: (312) 341-3755

Email: ewygonik@roosevelt.edu

CV

Ph.D., Loyola University Chicago

Edward is the founder of the M.A. program in I/O Psychology at Roosevelt University, and has chaired over 100 M.A. theses and practicum papers. As a consultant with specialization in talent management, he has worked with a variety of organizations ranging in size and industry from banking to transportation to retail companies throughout North and South America. Ed obtained his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Loyola University of Chicago.

For more information on Dr. Wygonik, click here