Jason L. Huang, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, School of Human Resources and Labor Relations, Michigan State University
My research is motivated by an underlying curiosity about individuals' adaptation at work. Specifically, my research focuses on two primary areas:
- Personality and the Dynamic Individual at Work – how individuals adapt to work situations both due to and in spite of their personality traits;
- Training and Transfer – what factors facilitate learning and subsequent application of trained knowledge and skills to novel settings;
In addition, I am interested in Response Effort, particularly how insufficient effort responding to surveys and tasks may affect conclusions drawn from data.