IOHRM Student Presents at APA Technology, Mind and Society Conference

Second year IOHRM student Maira Compagnone traveled to Washington, DC for the American Psychological Association’s annual Technology, Mind, and Society conference, to present research done in collaboration with another IOHRM student, Matthew Laske, and IOHRM faculty members Dr. Yalcin Acikgoz (principal investigator) and Dr. Kristl Davison.The research investigated applicant reactions to the use of artificial intelligence in selection. Through the use of scenario vignettes and survey responding, a clear link was found between interview method and perceptions of procedural and interactional justice. The use of human interviews, opposed to artificial intelligence interviewing, is linked to higher perceptions of procedural and interactional justice perceptions, which leads to positive organizational outcomes like attraction, intent to pursue employment, and lowered likelihood of intending to pursue litigation.


Congratulations, Maira!

Published: Oct 23, 2019 2:16pm