Press & Publications

Describing Organizational Excellence

Our publications include award-winning peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, professional association newsletter articles and more, showcasing how we bridge the gap between the science of Organizational Psychology and the practical applications of it. Check out a few examples of our work.

Indigenous Mentorship in the Health Sciences: Actions and Approaches of Mentors

In this Editor’s Choice award-winning article, we developed a model for Indigenous mentorship that lays out categories of behavior that are distinct or unique from non-Indigenous mentorship.

Leveraging Workforce Diversity Using a Multidimensional Approach

This book chapter summarizes the approach and reason for creating a seven-dimension definition of diversity, equity, and inclusion at work. To make the definition useful for organizations, a survey was developed and tested, with the goal of measuring each of seven categories: Values, Identity, Schemas, Communication, Diversity Climate, Organizational Justice, and Leadership.

Transformational Leadership, Diversity, and Creativity at Work: A Moderated Mediation Model

The main finding of this study was that the combination of transformational leadership and a positive diversity climate helped to increase employee creativity.

Toward a Taxonomy of Diversity at Work: Developing and Validating the Workplace Diversity Inventory

This study is the foundation of the book chapter described above. Here you can read the original study in its entirety.

Positive Creativity & Negative Creativity

We focus on the negative consequences of innovation since it is often assumed to be entirely positive. We also offer a modified version of a model of influences on individual creativity, adding positive or negative creativity goals, as well as positive and negative creativity outcomes.

Finding and Fueling My Commitment to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI)

Aisha tells the story of how she became involved in EDI work in college, offering an example of a successful strategic approach that resulted in measurable outcomes.

Sharing the Vision for CSIOP’s EDI Standing Committee: Strengthening Relationships and Prioritizing Outcomes

Aisha describes the purpose and approach of the inaugural EDI Standing Committee, with three prongs: 1. People: a focus on building relationships and getting to know each other, 2. Process: Creating and practicing inclusive and equitable processes, and 3. Results: Developing and measuring specific outcomes.


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Jill Razani, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair | Department of Psychology
California State University, Northridge (CSUN)
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