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Timothy Wingate is an assistant professor in OB/HRM in the Lazaridis School of Business and Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University. He received his PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Calgary in 2022.
Dr. Wingate’s primary areas of interest include personnel recruitment and selection (e.g., employment interviews), various forms of work performance (e.g., citizenship behaviors, safety-related performance), and social perception (i.e., how impressions are formed about people).
To date, much of Dr. Wingate’s research has focused on employment interviews, including the many ways that interviews are used, and how interviews should be designed to achieve a variety of staffing goals.
Dr. Wingate is currently accepting applications to supervise graduate students.
Lyubykh, Z., Gulseren, D., Premji, Z., Wingate, T. G., Deng, C., Bélanger, L. J., & Turner, N. (2022). Work breaks, employee well-being, and performance: A systematic review of observational and intervention studies. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 27, 470-487.
Turner, N., Deng, C., Granger, S., Wingate, T. G., Shafqat, R., & Dueck, P. M. (2022). Young workers and safety: A critical review of the research. Journal of Safety Research, 83, 79-95.
Wingate, T. G., Jones, S. K., Khakhar, M. K., & Bourdage, J. S. (2021). Speaking of allergies: Communication challenges for restaurant staff and customers. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 96, 102959.
Wilhelmy, A., Roulin, N., & Wingate, T. G. (2021). Does it take two to tango? Examining how applicants and interviewers adapt their impression management to each other. Journal of Business and Psychology, 36, 1053-1076.
Wingate, T. G., & Bourdage, J. S. (2019). Liar at first sight? Early impressions and interviewer judgments, attributions, and false perceptions of faking. Journal of Personnel Psychology, 18, 177-188.
Wingate, T. G., Lee, C. S., & Bourdage, J. S. (2019). Who helps and why? Contextualizing organizational citizenship behavior. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 51, 147-158.
Roulin, N., Bourdage, J. S., & Wingate, T. G. (2019). Who is conducting “better” employment interviews? Antecedents of structured interview components use. Personnel Assessment and Decisions, 5, 37-48.
Wingate, T. G., & Tomes, J. L. (2017). Who’s getting the grades and who’s keeping them? A person-centered approach to academic performance and performance variability. Learning and Individual Differences, 56, 175-182.
Turner, N., Weatherhead, J. G., & Wingate, T. G. (Collaborator).Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada, Insight Grant: Leadership Development and Emergence Among Adolescents and Young Adults: A 10-Year Study.
Hewko, S. J., & Wingate, T. G. (Principal Investigator). Canadian Institutes of Health Research, GROWW Patient Engagement Supplement: Impacts of Patient and Provider Gender on Innovation at the Point-of-Care.