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Jane R. Williams, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Strategic Initiatives, Dean's Office

Jane R. Williams, Ph.D.

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Strategic Initiatives
Associate Professor, Psychology
Director, Interdisciplinary Studies Program
Department of Psychology

I study how performance feedback, self-evaluation, and multi-source feedback systems can positively influence employee development.

Education

  • 1989 B.A. in psychology from College of St. Benedict
  • 1992 M.S. in Industrial/Organizational psychology from University of Akron
  • 1995 Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational psychology from University of Akron

Research

I study how performance feedback, self-evaluation, and multi-source feedback systems can positively influence employee development.

Publications & Professional Activities

  • Mueser, K. T., Fox, L., Bond, G. R., Salyers, M. P., Williams, J., & Yamamoto, K. (2002). Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment Fidelity Scale.Concord, NH: NH-Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center.
  • Williams, Jane R. (2004). Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment. Sloan Work and Family Encyclopedia Entry.¬†http://www.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/wfnetwork/rft/wfpedia/index.html
  • Levy, P.E., and Williams, J. R. (2004). The Social Context of Performance Appraisal: A Review and Framework for the Future.¬†Journal of Management,¬†30, 881-905.