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Name: Chris LeGrow
Title: Associate Professor
Office: Psychology/COLA
Phone: 304-696-2780
Email: legrow@marshall.edu
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National Presentations:
Everton, W., Amel, E., Bachiochi, P., LeGrow, C.,
Bulger, C., Stanton, J., Buch, K., &
Rogelberg, S. (2004, April). Successful
teaching tools to make I-O classes sexier.
Teaching Symposium presentation at the meeting
of the Society for Industrial-Organizational
Psychology, Chicago, Illinois

LeGrow, C., Wood, C., Mock, K., & Boster, K.
(2003,April). Employment-related perceptions
of individuals with psychological disorders.
Poster session presented at the meeting of
the Society for Industrial-Organizational
Psychology, Orlando, Florida

LeGrow, C., & Izzett, R. (2003, April).
Influence of contextual realism on
evaluations of Affirmative Action plans.
Poster session presented at the meeting of
the Society for Industrial-Organizational
Psychology, Orlando, Florida

LeGrow, T., & LeGrow, C. (2000, April). To know
me is to hire, accommodate and accept me.
Poster session presented at the meeting of
the National Association of School
Psychologists, New Orleans, Louisianna

LeGrow, T., & LeGrow, C. (1997). Sexual
harassment: Assessment and intervention in a
rural high school. Workshop presented at
the meeting of the National Association of
School Psychologists, Anaheim, California
 
 
Publications:
Izzett, R., & LeGrow, C. (1997). Contextual factors
associated with Affirmative Action hiring procedures.
The Journal of Social Psychology, 137(3), 389-391.

LeGrow, C. (1995). Perceptions of gender-stereotyped
workplace humor: An exploratory study of sense of
humor and attitudinal variables. The West Virginia
Journal of Psychological Research and Practice, 4,
69-76.
 
 
Regional Presentations:
LeGrow, C. (1999). The effects of ADA knowledge and
self-monitoring on perceptions of physical and
psychological disabilities. Poster presented at
the meeting of the Eastern Psychological
Association, Providence, Rhode Island

LeGrow, C., Wallace, M., & Danner, D. (1996).
teaching to the test? An examination of
student evaluations of psychology teaching
assistant's classroom performance. Poster
presented the meeting of the Eastern
Psychological Association, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania
 

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