Maggie Brooks, Ph.D
Ph.D., Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Bowling Green State University, 2004
M.A., Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Bowling Green State University, 2001
B.A., Psychology, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, Summa Cum Laude, with University Honors, 1999
Associate Professor, Bowling Green State University, August, 2006-present
Assistant Professor, Bowling Green State University, August, 2006 – 2012
Assistant Professor, Wayne State University, August, 2004 – May, 2006
Instructor, Bowling Green State University, August, 2001 – May, 2004
Teaching Assistant, Bowling Green State University, June, 2000 – May, 2001
Teaching Assistant, University of Wisconsin — Eau Claire, January, 1997 – May, 1999
Brooks, M.E., Dalal, D.K. & Nolan, K.P. “Are common language effect sizes easier to understand than traditional effect sizes?” Journal of Applied Psychology. (in press)
Brooks, M.E. “Management indecision,” Management Decision, 49(5), 2011, pp. 683-693.
Lodato, M.A., Highhouse, S., & Brooks, M.E. “Predicting professional preferences for intuition-based hiring,” Journal of Managerial Psychology, 26(5), 2011, pp. 352-365.
Thronburry, E.E., & Brooks, M.E. “Signals of employer impressiveness and respectability to job market entrants,” Corporate Reputation Review, 13, 2010, pp. 172-183.
Brooks, M.E., & Pui, S. “Are individual differences in numeracy unique from general mental ability? A closer look at a common measure of numeracy,” Individual Differences Research, 8(4), 2010, pp. 257-265.Brooks, M. E., & Highhouse, S. (2006). Familiarity breeds ambivalence. Corporate Reputation Review, 9(2), 105-113.
Brooks, M. E., & Highhouse, S. (2006). Can good judgment be measured? In R. Ployhart & J. Weekley, (Eds.), Situational Judgment Tests. SIOP Frontier Series. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Reeve, C. L., Highhouse, S., & Brooks, M. E. (2006). A closer look at reactions to realistic recruitment messages. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 14(1), 1-15.