Chieh-Chen Bowen (C.C.), Ph.D.
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 Title: Associate Professor
Director, Consumer and Industrial Research Program
 Dept: Psychology
 Office: CB 169
 Phone: 216-687-2582
 Fax: 216-687-9294
 Email: C.C.BOWEN@csuohio.edu
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. CB 169, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
Women's issues in the workplace, cross-cultural issues encountered by multi-national corporations went into a foreign country, performance management, employee/customer satisfaction survey, selection, job analysis, and application of psychometric techniques to validate tests or questionnaires as well as application of meta-analysis in human resource management
 
Education:
Ph.D., Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Pennsylvania State University, 1993
M.S., Industrial and Organizational Psychology, National Chengchi University, 1987
B.S., Psychology, National Chengchi University, 1985
 
Brief Bio:
Before being appointed to the CSU faulty, Dr. Bowen was an associate professor at the National Sun Yat-Sen University Institute of Human Resource Management from 1993-1996.  She is an Industrial and Organizational Psychologist.
 
Research Interests:
Dr. Bowen is interested in selection, performance appraisal, and gender and cultural issues in the workplace. Specifically, she is interested in women┬┐s issues in the workplace, cross-cultural issues encountered by multi-national corporations, performance management, employee/customer satisfaction surveys, selection and job analysis, and research methods and statistical analysis. Dr. Bowen is also interested in the application of psychometric techniques to validate tests or questionnaires as well as the application of meta-analysis in human resource management. In 1999-2001, Dr. Bowen received a grant from CSU for her study of social desirability in research methodology. Dr. Bowen is currently working on projects concerning the comparison of paper-and-pencil and web surveys on a large-scale quality of service survey, and the importance of exporting goods and services to China.
 
Teaching Areas:
Dr. Bowen teaches in the Consumer and Industrial Research specialization of the M.A. program at CSU. Course topics include Univariate Statistics, Computer Applications of Advanced Statistics, Personnel Psychology, and Job Analysis and Performance Management. She also teaches undergraduate courses in Behavioral Science Statistics, Psychology of Women, and Industrial Organizational Psychology.
 
Professional Affiliations:
American Psychological Association (APA)

Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Division 14 of the APA
Serving on the SIOP Membership Committee
Serving on the SIOP Education and Training Committee

Society for Psychology of Women, Division 35 of the APA
 
Professional Experience:
Director, Consumer and Industrial Research Program, 2007 - present
Associate Department Chair, Department of Psychology, 2006 - 2008
President, Chinese American Faculty Staff Association at Cleveland State University, 2004-2005
Editorial Board, Journal of Business and Psychology 2004 - 2010
 
University Service:
Faculty Senate, multiple terms
Graduate Council, multiple terms
Chair, College of Science Faculty Affairs Committee 2005-2007
Chair, University Faculty Affairs Committee 2007-2008, serving on the committee 2004-2008
Chair, Search Committee for CIRP position 2005 and 2006
Personnel Review Committee, Department of Psychology 2004-2006
Consumer and Industrial Research Program Committee, Department of Psychology, 1998 - present
Experimental Research Program Committee, Department of Psychology, 1998 - 2007
Undergraduate Program Committee, Department of Psychology, 1998 - 2007
Diversity Management Program Committee, 1998 - present
 
Professional Service:
President, Chinese American Faculty Staff Association at Cleveland State University, 2004-2005

Editorial Board, Journal of Business and Psychology 2004 - 2010
 
Research Grants:
Social Desirability: Just exactly how can we control it? 1999-2001, Cleveland State University Established Full-Time Faculty Research Development Grant, $8,992.

Multinational Leadership and Management Practices: A Study in Taiwan. Research grant from National Science Council # NSC83-0301-H110-041, Part I & Part II. Feb 1, 1994-July 31, 1996, $40,000.

The Stress of Married Women in Taipei and Its Relations to Family Style, Life Cycle and Employment Status. Research grant from Women's Research Program, Population Studies Center, National Taiwan University, 1987-1988, $1000.