Professor Rosalie Hall
During and after receiving her undergraduate degree, Rosalie worked for state government in Nebraska (US) in the areas of law enforcement and mental retardation before returning to graduate school. Her Masters and Doctoral degrees are in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, completed at the University of Maryland. Following that, she was on the graduate faculty for 25 years at the University of Akron, where she served as the I/O Programme Chair for the doctoral and masters programmes for a number of years, before moving to the UK and joining the Durham University Business School.
Information for masters and doctoral students considering dissertations: I am interested in working with post-graduate students in the following content areas: (1) selected topics in Leadership perceptions; (2) Work socialisation; and (3) Work-life balance (aka work-family conflict). In addition, I am interested in working with students on studies involving issues in, or the application of, structural equation modelling techniques such as path analysis, confirmatory factor analysis, and latent variable structural modelling.
- Leadership perceptions
- Work socialisation
- Applications of structural equation modelling and related techniques in quantitative management
- Hall, R. J. (2017). Modeling leadership-related change with a growth curve approach.. In Handbook of Methods in Leadership Research. Schyns, B., Hall, R. J. & Neves, P. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 317-346.
- Lord, R.G, Hall, R.J. & Halpin, S.M. (2011). Leadership skill development and divergence: A model for the early effects of sex and race on leadership development. In Early Development and Leadership: Building the Next Generation of Leaders. Murphy, S.E. & Reichard, R.J. Routledge. 229-252.
- Hall, R.J., Lord, R.G. & Foster, K.E. (2009). Considerations in applying the social relations model to the study of leadership emergence in groups: a leadership categorization perspective. In Multi-Level Issues in Organizational Behavior and Leadership. Yammarino, F.J. & Dansereau, F. Bingley, UK: Emerald. 8: 193-213.
- Zheng, X, Hall, R. J. & Schyns, B. (2019). Investigating Follower Felt Trust from a Social Cognitive Perspective. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 28(6): 873-885.
- Guan, Y., Arthur, M. B., Khapova, S. N., Hall, R. & Lord, R. G. (2019). Career Boundarylessness and Career Success: A Review, Integration and Guide to Future Research. . Journal of Vocational Behavior 110(Part B): 390-402.
- Knoll, M., Hall, R. & Weigelt, O. (2019). A longitudinal study of the relationships between four differentially motivated forms of employee silence and burnout.. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 24(5): 572-589.
- Trichas, S., Schyns, B., Lord, R.G. & Hall, R.J. (2017). “Facing” leaders: Facial expression and leadership perception. . Leadership Quarterly 28(2): 317-333.
- McDermott, R.C., Levant, R., Hammer, J.H., Hall, R.J., McKelvey, D.K. & Jones, Z. (2017). Further Examination of the Factor Structure of the Male Role Norms Inventory-Short Form (MRNI-SF): Measurement Considerations for Women, Men of Color, and Gay Men.. Journal of Counseling Psychology 64(6): 724-738.
- Levant, R.F., Hall, R., Weigold, K.I. & McCurdy, E.R. (2016). Construct Validity Evidence for the Male Role Norms Inventory-Short Form: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach Using the Bifactor Model. . Journal of Counseling Psychology 63(5): 534-542.
- Levant, R. F., Hall, R. J., Weigold, I. K. & McCurdy, E. R. (2015). Construct Distinctiveness and Variance Composition of Multi-Dimensional Instruments: Three Short-Form Masculinity Measures. Journal of Counseling Psychology 62(3): 488-502.
- Scheuermann, T.S., Tokar, D.M. & Hall, R. (2014). An Investigation of African American Women's Prestige Domain Interests and Choice Goals Using Social Cognitive Career Theory. Journal of Vocational Behavior 84(3): 273-282.
- Levant, R.F., Hall, R J. & Rankin, T J. (2013). Male Role Norms Inventory-Short Form (MRNI-SF): Confirmatory factor analytic investigation of structurre and measurement invariance across gender. Journal of Counselling Psychology 60(2): 228-238.
- Tokar, D., Buchanan, T.S., Subich, L.M, Hall, R.J. & Williams, C.M. (2012). A structural examination of the Learning Experiences Questionnaire. Journal of Vocational Behavior 80(1): 50-66.
- Out, D., Hall, R.J., Granger, D.A., Page, G.G. & Woods, S J. (2012). Assessing salivary C-reactive protein: Longitudinal associations with systemic inflammation and cardiovascular disease risk in women exposed to intimate partner violence. Brain, Behaviour and Immunity 26(8): 543-551.
- Levant, R.F., Rankin, T. J., Hall, R. J., Smalley, K.B., David, K., & Williams, C.M. (2012). The measurement of nontraditional sexuality in women. Archives of Sexual Behaviour 41(1): 283-295.
- Doheny, M.O., Sedlak, C.A., Hall, R. J. & Estok, P.J. (2010). Structural model for osteoporosis preventing behavior in men. Amercian Journal of Men's Health 4(4): 334-343.
- Baena, E., Allen, P.A., Kaut, K.P. & Hall, R. J. (2010). On age differences in prefrontal function: The importance of emotional/cognitive integration. Neuropsychologia 48(1): 319-333.
- Elicker, J.D., McConnell, N.L. & Hall, R J. (2010). Research participation for course credit in Introduction to Psychology. Teaching of Psychology 37(3): 183-185.
- Woods, S.J., Kozachik, S L. & Hall, R.J. (2010). Predicting subjective sleep quality in women experiencing intimate partner voiolence: Unique contributions of PTSD symptom clusters, depression and physical health. Journal of Traumatic Stress 23(1): 131-15-.
- Lord, R.G., Diefendorff, J.M., Schmidt, A.M. & Hall, R.G. (2010). Self-regulation at work. Annual Review of Psychology 61(1): 543-568.
- Levant, R.F., Hall, R.J., Williams, C. & Hasan, N.T. (2009). Gender differences in alexithymia: A meta-analysis. Psychology of Men and Masculinity 10(3): 190-203.
- Woods, S. J., Hall, R. J., Campbell, J.C. & Angott, D M. (2008). Physical health and post traumatic stress disorder symptoms in women experiencing intimate partner violence. Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health 53(6): 538-546.