BSc (Towson State University), MA (Towson State University), PhD (Bowling Green State University).
Chet Robie is a professor in organizational behavior/human resource management in the School of Business at Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, Canada. His previous academic posts include an assistant professorship in the I/O psychology program at the University of Houston and an assistant professorship in the College of Business Administration at Niagara University. Robie has consulted for international firms such as Personnel Decisions International, General Motors, Procter & Gamble, Prevue HR, and Caliper, Inc., dealing with issues related to multi-source feedback, applicant faking, test development and validation, and global norms. Robie worked as a personnel management specialist for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management where he was involved in large-scale survey initiatives and policy evaluation.
Robie is also interested in collective bargaining and negotiation issues having served as an arbitrator for both the National Association of Securities Dealers and the Better Business Bureau and various roles in faculty unions. His current research addresses faking on personality assessments in high stakes personnel selection situations.
He has published in such peer-reviewed journals as Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Organizational Research Methods, and the International Journal of Selection and Assessment. Robie is currently a member of the editorial boards of the Journal of Business and Psychology, Human Performance, Personnel Assessment and Decisions, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, and the Journal of Research in Personality. Robie is also currently a member of the Professional Advisory Board for SkillSurvey, Inc., a firm that specializes in web-based reference-checking. Robie’s undergraduate education was at Towson University. Robie also received his master’s degree in Experimental Psychology from Towson University. Robie received his PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Bowling Green State University.
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