My research primarily involves occupational safety, focusing on the measurement of safety-related constructs, and the integration of safety and national culture. Relatedly, I am also interested in training and after-action review, especially their application to safety. A third area of research interest broadly pertains to methodological and measurement issues in personnel selection. A common theme in my research is workplace diversity and I have additional work directly examining diversity issues. Ultimately, my research is motivated by an interest in improving employees’ working lives.
Arthur, W., Jr., Keiser, N. L., & Doverspike, D. (2016). A conceptual model of the effects of unproctored internet-based testing devices on scores in employment-related assessments and tests. Journal of Business and Psychology. [in revision]
Keiser, N. L., & Payne, S. C. (in press). Safety climate measurement: An empirical test of context-specific vs. general assessments. Journal of Business and Psychology. doi 10.1007/s10869-017-9504-y