Amy Kerulis, PhD

Program Director, Assistant Professor, Industrial-Organizational Psychology

  • Office: 1205
  • Campus:
    School of Health Sciences
  • Phone:
    212-742-8770 x 42459
  • Email:
    amy.kerulis@touro.edu

Education

  • BA in Psychology and Business, Monmouth College
  • MA in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Elmhurst College
  • PhD in Applied Organizational Psychology, Hofstra University

Research Agenda

  • Employee well-being and work-life integration
  • Improving workplace relationships through the use of feedback 

Professional Service

  • Membership: Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology (SIOP) 
  • Membership: International Society for Organization Development (OD Network)
  • Membership: Academy of Managemenr (AOM)

Publications

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS IN PROGRESS/SUBMITTED

  • Ma, Y., Kerulis, A.M., & Wang, A. (submitted; 2018, October). Daily workflow interruption and work outcomes: The role of cognitive appraisal and time management skills. Journal of Stress & Health.
  • Kerulis, A.M. & Mills, M.J. (In Progress). Does meaningfulness of work mediate the relationships between organizational citizenship behavior and vigor, subjective well-being, and job satisfaction? Journal of Organizational Behavior.
  • Mills, M.J. & Kerulis, A.M. (In Progress). Coping with tragic events in the workplace.

 

BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Kerulis, A.M., Tortez, L., & Mills, M. J. (in progress; chapter accepted). The expat entrepreneur: Entrepreneurial ventures as contributing to the wellbeing of women as trailing spouses. In M. Lepeley et al. (Eds.) Wellbeing of Women in Entrepreneurship: A Global Perspective. Routledge.
  • Kerulis, A.M., Dysktra, A., & Dudek, T. (In Progress). How are your employees doing?: Utilizing the Team Site Assessment tool to improve performance. New Lenox, IL: High Tide Publishing Press.

Presentations

  •  Kerulis, A.M. & Mills, M.J. (submitted; 2019, January). Meaning matters: Work meaningfulness as mediating OCB’s relations with employee outcomes. Poster session at annual conference for Academy of Management. Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Kerulis, A.M., Tortez, L., & Mills, M. J. (submitted; 2019, January). Wellbeing of women in entrepreneurship: A global perspective. Symposium session at annual conference for Academy of Management. Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Ma, Y., Kerulis, A.M., & Wang, A. (submitted; 2019, January). Workflow interruption and work outcomes: The role of cognitive appraisal and time management skills. Poster session at annual conference for Academy of Management. Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Kerulis, A.M. & Mills, M.J. (accepted; 2018, April). The intermediary role of work meaningfulness in OCBs’ relation with employee outcomes. Poster session at annual conference for Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology. National Harbor, Maryland.
  • Kerulis, A.M. & Dudek, T. (2016, July). Digging through manure. Presentation at the 20th annual conference for the National Association of QDDPS.
  • Lim, R., Fitzgerald, D.R., Kerulis, A.M., Martins, A., Medelsohn, D.B., Moise, G., & Vicino, M. (2016, April). Anchors away! Working through resistance to your survey data. Panel at annual conference for Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology. Orlando, Florida.
  • Kerulis, A.M. (2015, February). Using feedback in reality-based leadership. Ignite Presentation at the 35th annual Trinity Services Leadership Retreat, Oglesby, IL.