Shawn Bergman Ph.D

"Broadly, my research interests include statistics/quantitative methods, big data and analytics, social networking/social media, and person-environment fit. More specifically, my current research interests are focused on three projects": Exploring how online resources (e.g., social media, social networking sites, job boards) can be used for recruitment, brand management, and selection and the legal implications for using these sources. Investigating how analytics and big data can be used to help organizations, human resources in particular, meet organizational goals. Applying research and quantitative methodologies in academic and professional settings.

There are 6 included publications by Shawn Bergman Ph.D:

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Are universities creating millennial narcissistic employees? 2012 2448 The authors investigate whether narcissism levels are significantly higher in undergraduate business students than psychology students, whether business schools are reinforcing narcissism in the classroom, and whether narcissism is influencing studen...
Body size dissatisfaction and avoidance behavior: How gender, age, ethnicity, and relative clothing size predict what some won’t try 2013 227 Sixty-eight percent of U.S. adults are overweight/obese, and this epidemic has physical, psychosocial, and behavioral consequences. An internet sample of adults (N = 2997) perceiving themselves as larger than ideal in clothing size reported their bod...
Body size dissatisfaction and avoidance behavior: How gender, age, ethnicity, and relative clothing size predict what some won't try 2013 1072 Sixty-eight percent of U.S. adults are overweight/obese, and this epidemic has physical, psychosocial, and behavioral consequences. An internet sample of adults (N = 2997) perceiving themselves as larger than ideal in clothing size reported their bod...
Is There a Valid App for That? Validity of a Free Pedometer iPhone Application 2012 1276 This study examined the validity of a selected free pedometer application (iPedometer; IP) for the iPhone that could be used to assess physical activity. Methods: Twenty college students (10 men, 10 women; mean age: 21.85 ± 1.57 yrs) wore an iPhone a...
Narcissism, materialism, and environmental ethics in business students 2013 3537 We investigate the relationships between narcissism, materialism, and environmental ethics in undergraduate business students. Data were collected from business students (n = 405) at an Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business–accredited...
Twitter versus Facebook: Exploring the role of narcissism in the motives and usage of different social media platforms 2014 4504 The amount of research on social networking sites (SNS) and narcissism is accumulating quickly requiring greater levels of variable specification and more fine-tuned hypothesis testing to clearly determine the relationships among key variables. The c...