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Brittany Mercado

Management

(o) 646-312-3683

(f) 646-312-3621

brittany.mercado@baruch.cuny.edu

Education

  • PhD, Management-Organizational Behavior, Baruch College, City University of New York, 2011-Present
  • MBA, International Business, Florida International University, 2011
  • BA, Chemistry/Biochemistry, Florida International University

Research Interest

  • Counterproductive Work Behaviors
  • Organizational Citizenship Behaviors
  • Individual Differences
  • Selection

Conference Presentations

  • Chiou, A., Lipani, L., & Mercado, B. K. (accepted for presentation in 2015, February). Divided loyalties: Which sports team do biculturals root for?. Paper to be presented at the annual conference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Long Beach, USA.
  • Mercado, B. K., & Dilchert, S. (accepted for presentation in 2014, November). Additional effects of interrole conflict: How family interfering with work influences organizational citizenship and counterproductive work behaviors. Paper to be presented at the annual conference of the Southern Management Association, Savannah, USA.
  • Mercado, B. K., & Dilchert, S. (2014, May). Examining the relationship between organizational expectations and voluntary organizational citizenship behaviors of employees. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Eastern Academy of Management, Newport, USA.
  • Yang, S., Feffer, Y.*, Frova, F.*, Ma, B.*, Mercado, B. K.*, Ning, K.*, Shi, B.*, and Zachary, R. K.*(2013, October). An exploration of family constructs within family firms: Diligently digging deeper. Paper presented at the Inaugural IFERA Research Development Workshop, Springfield, USA. (*Authors listed alphabetically.)
  • Inocencio, J. & Mercado, B. K. (2013, August). Toward a model of cyberbullying in the workplace: An online disinhibition perspective. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Academy of Management, Orlando, USA.
  • Dilchert, S. & Mercado, B. K. (2013, May). Investigating the effect of family-work conflict on decreased extra-role behavior at work. Paper presented at the 16th Congress of European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, Münster, Germany.
  • Mercado, B. K. & Dilchert, S. (2013, April). Exploring family-work conflict’s relationship with work counterproductivity and organizational citizenship. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Houston, USA.

Grants, Awards and Fellowships

  • Dean K. Harrison Fellowship, Graduate Center/CUNY, New York, NY, 2014-2015
  • The Medici Summer School in Management Studies, 2014
    Selected for and participated in this one-week event sponsored by the University of Bologna, HEC Paris, NYU’s Stern School of Business, and The Society for the Advancement of Management Studies. A maximum of 25 students are selected annually to engage with leading scholars on a topic of focus; the 2014 topic was deviance.
  • John A. Elliott Teaching Award, Zicklin School of Business, 2013
  • Dean K. Harrison Fellowship, Graduate Center/CUNY, New York, NY, 2013-2014
  • Doctoral Student Research Grant, Graduate Center/CUNY, New York, NY, 2013
  • Dean K. Harrison Fellowship, Graduate Center/CUNY, New York, NY, 2012-2013

Research Experience

  • Graduate Research Assistant, 2011- Present
    Baruch College, City University of New York-Stephan Dilchert
  • Currently conducting empirical research on organizational citizenship and counterproductive work behaviors
  • Undergraduate Research Assistant, 2009
  • Florida International University, Marine Biochemistry

Professional and Honorary Memberships

  • Academy of Management, 2011-Present
  • Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2011-Present
  • Eastern Academy of Management, 2014-Present
  • Beta Gamma Sigma (Honor Society), 2011-Present
  • Ph.D. Project, 2011-Present

Service

To The Profession

  • Served as Subject Matter Expert for the development of a multi-language scale for the assessment of incidents of employee counterproductive work behavior (CWB). The scale is part of an organizational survey, which has been deployed to measure the frequency of CWB at a Global 500 corporation. Results are used to enable computation of utility estimates (expected return on investment) achieved through the use of pre-employment assessment tools.
  • Ad-hoc Reviewer, European Journal of Psychological Assessment

To The Academy

  • Academy of Management, Reviewer for Annual Conference, 2012-Present
  • Ph.D. Project, Management Doctoral Students Association
    • Vice President, 2014-Present
    • Chair of Research Committee, 2013-Present
    • Member of Research Committee, 2012-Present
    • Member of Governance Committee, 2013-Present

To The College

  • Participate in faculty and doctoral student interview processes, 2012-Present
  • Participated in program evaluations for AACSB accreditation, 2011-2013
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