School of Psychology

Dr. Leann Caudill

Visiting Assistant Professor

(She, Her, Hers)

Dr. Caudill earned her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Kentucky, her M.A. in I-O Psychology from Xavier University, and her Ph.D. in Organizational Science from UNC Charlotte. She is currently serving as Co-Faculty Advisor for Psi Chi and Psychology Club.

Teaching

Courses taught by Dr. Caudill include:

PSYC 222/224: Research Methods and Design II

PSYC 261: Social Psychology

PSYC 321: Industrial-Organizational Psychology

PSYC 522: Personnel Psychology

PSYC 644: Organizational Psychology

Research

Dr. Caudill’s primary research interests include leadership, groups, gender differences in the workplace, and organizational attraction.

Representative Publications & Articles

Caudill, L. E., & Diab, D. L. (2020). Digital word of mouth and organizational attraction: Focusing on message characteristics and time. Corporate Reputation Review, 23, 170-180.

Blanchard, A. L, Caudill, L. E., & Walker. L. S. (2020). Developing an entitativity measure and distinguishing it from antecedents and outcomes within online and face-to-face groups. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 23, 91-108.

Caudill, L. (2019). Building an internal learning culture in a foundation. Retrieved from: https://www.kauffman.org/evaluation/internal-learning-culture-guide

Frear, K., & Caudill, L. (2018). Leading networks in the digital age. SberKnowledge Digital University Digest, 11. Retrieved from: http://sberknowledge11.sberbank-university.ru/