Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae, April 30, 2008
Chieh-Chen Bowen (formerly Chang)

Department of Psychology
Cleveland State University 
2121 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115
Phone: 216-687-2582
E-mail: c.c.bowen@csuohio.edu


MAJOR RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Women’s issues and cross-cultural issues in the workplace, 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

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:

Ph.D.   1993                Industrial/Organizational Psychology
                                    The Pennsylvania State University, University Park
                                    Dissertation: Gender and Performance Appraisals in Work                                     Settings: A Meta-Analysis
 
M.S.     1987               Department of Psychology
                                    The National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan

B.A.     1985               Department of Psychology
                                    The National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan

EXPERIENCES:

2004 – Present  Associate Professor
The Cleveland State University
Department of Psychology
8/1997 - 2004 Assistant Professor
The Cleveland State University
Department of Psychology
8/1993 - 8/1996 Associate Professor
The National Sun Yat-Sen University
Institute of Human Resource Management
8/1990 – 5/1993 Statistical Analyst
The Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Office of Marketing Research, Continuing Education
   
PUBLICATIONS:  
  • Bowen, C. C. (2008) Meta-analysis. In Gerald J. Miller and Kaifeng Yang, eds., Handbook of Research Methods in Public Administration (pp.705-720).  New York, NY: Taylor and Francis.
  • Bowen, C. C., Bowen, W. M. (2008) Content analysis. In Gerald J. Miller and Kaifeng Yang, eds., Handbook of Research Methods in Public Administration (pp.689-704).  New York, NY: Taylor and Francis.
  • Bowen, C. C. (2007) Normative versus ipsative measurement.  Encyclopedia of Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
  • Bowen, C. C. (2003). A case study of a job analysis. Journal of Psychological Practice, 8, 46-55.
  • Bowen, C. C. (2002) Two sides of one story.  In R. D. Bingham & C. L. Felbinger (eds.) Evaluation in Practice: A Methodological Approach. 2nd ed. New York, NY: Seven Bridges Press.
  • Bowen, C. C., Swim, J. K., and Jacobs, R. (2000). Evaluating gender biases on actual job performance of real people: A meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 30, 2194-2215.
  • Bowen, W. M., Bowen, C. C. (1999) Typologies, indexing, content analysis, meta-analysis and scaling as measurement techniques. In G. Miller & M. Whicker (eds.) Handbook of Quantitative Methods in Public Administration, pp. 51-86. New York, NY: Marcel Dekker.
  • Chang, C. C. (1995). Women's issues in human resource management in Taiwan. Human Resources Development Monthly, May, pp. 6-12 (in Chinese).
  • Chang, C. C. and Kuang, F. Y. (1995). A multination survey of leadership and organizational practices: A study in Taiwan. Paper in the Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Advanced Science and Technology. pp.318-325. March 1995, Chicago.
  • Chang, C. C. (1994). Sex Discrimination in the Workplace: Is It a Woman's Problem, a Man's Problem or a Human Problem? Paper in the Proceedings of the First Annual International Conference on Human Resource Management in the Asia-Pacific Region, pp. 161-184. May 23-25, 1994, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
  • Chang, C. C. (1993). Gender and Performance Appraisals in Work Settings: A Meta-Analysis. Paper in the Proceedings of Human Resource Planning and Development in the Changing Industrial Environment, pp.361-384. October 1993, Kaohsiung, Taiwan (in Chinese).
  • Chang, C. C. (1988). The stress of married women in Taipei and its relations to family style, life cycle and employment. Occasional Papers, July 1988. Women's Research Program, Population Studies Center, National Taiwan University (in Chinese).
PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS AND SEMINAR:
  • Bowen, C.C., Wu, Y., Hwang, C., & Scherer, R. (2005). Attitudes toward women as managers in the People’s Republic of China: An empirical analysis, Paper presented at the 2005 Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, Honolulu, Hawaii (refereed).
  • Bowen, C. C. (2003). Student surveys: Web vs. paper-and-pencil. Paper presented at the OACRAO 2003 Conference, Dayton, OH (invited).
  • Bowen, C.C. (2001). Women and work: the question of climate. Paper presented at the Fifth Annual Meeting of Ohio Women’s Center/Women’s Studies Network, Cleveland, OH (refereed).
  • Bowen, C. C., Martin, B. A., & Hunt, S. T. (2001). Ipsative versus normative approaches in the measurement of personality for selection purposes. Paper presented at the 16th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, April, 2001, San Diego, CA (refereed).
  • Martin, B. A., Bowen, C. C., & Hunt, S. T. (2001). How effective are people at faking on occupational personality questionnaires? Paper presented at the 16th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, April, 2001, San Diego, CA (refereed).
  • Bowen, C. C. (1999). Evaluating gender biases on actual job performance of real people. Paper presented at the 14th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, April, 1999, Atlanta, GA (refereed).
  • Chang, C. C. (1996). Human resource management in China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. International Seminar in the Art of  Management, May 1996, Lyon, France (invited).
  • Chang, C. C. (1995). Effective leadership behavior study in Taiwan. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Chinese Psychological Association, May 1995, Taipei (refereed, in Chinese).
  • Bowen, W. M., Chang, C. C., and Huang, Y. K. (1995). Psychology and global environmental issues in Taiwan: A comparison of two views. Paper presented at the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences Conference, April 23-26, 1995, Los Angeles, U.S.A (refereed).
  • Bowen, W. M., Chang, C. C. and Huang, Y. K. (1994). Global/Environmental Issues and Science Education. Paper presented at the "World Council for Curriculum and Instruction 1994 Regions 3 & 4 Conference", May 2-7, 1994, Kaohsiung, Taiwan (refereed).
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
FUNDED 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.
GRANT ATTEMPTS:
  • Establishing a pilot assessment index by validating logbook data with actual flying performance, 2002, Established Full-Time Faculty Research Development Program, University Research Council, Cleveland State University.
  • Establishing a pilot assessment index by validating logbook data, personality and motor skills with actual flying proficiency, 2002, President’s Initiative Fund Program, University Research Council, Cleveland State University.
  • Ohio Department of Mental Health – Ohio Civil Service Employees Association training needs assessment proposal. Grant submitted to Ohio Department of Mental Health, March 2000, one of the two finalists on the grant for $70,000.
AWARDS:
  • Cleveland State University Merit Recognition Award 2003
  • Cleveland State University Merit Recognition Award 2007
PROJECTS IN PROGRESS:
  • Comparisons between paper-and-pencil and web surveys on a large-scale quality of service survey
  • Cross-cultural comparisons on concepts of laws and business contracts between US and China
  • Work experience and the impact of irrelevant alternatives in job options
  • Establishing a pilot assessment index by validating logbook data, personality, and motor skills with actual flying performance
CONSULTING EXPERIENCES:
  • Wrote an expert witness report to analyze a company’s hiring and promotion data from 1997 to 2005 to establish the data pattern that the company was liable for discrimination
  • against an African American female employee and successfully won settlement for the client.
  • Cultural and Business Training for Expatriates with Overseas Assignments in China/Taiwan/Hong Kong for Sherwin-Williams and Invacare
  • Conducting Leadership Trainings for Middle Managers in Tai Power Company and China Steel
  • State-wide K-12 Teacher’s Satisfaction Survey in Pennsylvania
  • Job Analysis for State Troopers in Pennsylvania
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES
  • SIOP Membership Committee
  • SIOP Education and Training Committee
  • Editorial Board, Journal of Business and Psychology
UNIVERSITY SERVICES
  • President, Chinese American Faculty Staff Association at Cleveland State University
  • Chair, University Faculty Affairs Committee
  • Chair, College of Science Faculty Affairs Committee
  • Chair, Faculty Search Committees in Psychology and serving on Search Committees for various Administrative positions in the University
  • University Academic Steering Committee
  • Associate Department Chair – Wrote proposals that led to establish the Lab on Wheels in 2006-2007 and update the Computer Lab in 2007-2008
TEACHING EXPERIENCES:
  General Psychology
  Psychology of Women  (undergraduate)
  Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  Introduction to Industrial/ Organizational Psychology (undergraduate)
  Job Analysis and Performance Management      (masters)
Organizational Behavior
  Organizational Behavior     (undergraduate)
  Organizational Psychology   (masters)
  Organizational Development    (masters)
  Applied Psychology in Personnel Management (masters)
  Advanced Seminar in Organizational Psychology   (masters)
Statistics /Research Methods
  Applied Statistics   (undergraduate)
  Computer Application of Statistical Software (masters)
  Business Research Methods  (masters)
Human Resources Management
  International Human Resource Management  (masters)
  Human Resource Management (masters)
  Seminar in Human Resource Development  (doctoral)
  Seminar in Selection (masters)
  Human Resource Planning  (masters)
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