Laura Pineault

Laura Pineault

Doctoral Student
Research Design and Analysis Consultant

(313) 899-0476

gb4712@wayne.edu

5057 Woodward Ave., Suite 7801
Detroit, MI 48202

Curriculum vitae

Laura Pineault

Student Representative (2019-2020), Education and Training (E&T) Committee, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)

TIP-TOPics Columnist (2019-2021), The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist

Science Student Council Industrial/Organizational Psychology Representative (2019-2021), American Psychological Association

Editorial Assistant (2018-2019), Journal of Managerial Psychology, Emerald Publishing

  • Assist the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Amanuel Tekleab, with all aspects of the administration, commissioning, planning and producing of peer-reviewed publications (ten hours per week).

Education

  • BSc, Behavior, Cognition and Neuroscience, University of Windsor, 2016
  • Master of Arts, Promoting work-life balance through context: Effects of work-life culture on employee outcomes, 2019

Awards and grants

  • 5th Place, SIOP Machine Learning Competition, March 2019, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

  • Doctoral Award Recipient, Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), Government of Canada

  • Garrett T. Heberlein Excellence in Teaching Award for Graduate Students, April 2019, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

  • Department of Psychology’s Award for Excellence in Laboratory Instruction ($250), April 2019, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

Courses taught

PSY 1010, Introductory Psychology Laboratory, Spring/Summer 2017, 6 credit hours

PSY 1010, Introductory Psychology Laboratory, Winter 2017, 9 credit hours

PSY 7150, Quantitative Methods in Psychology I Laboratory, Fall 2017 & 2018, 4 credit hours

PSY 3010, Statistical Methods in Psychology (Instructor of Record), Spring/Summer 2018, 4 credit hours

PSY 8150, Applied Multivariate Methods in Psychology Laboratory, Winter 2018 & 2019, 4 credit hours

Summer Statistics Seminar in R hosted by Research Design and Analysis (RDA) Unit, Summer 2019, 0 credit hours

Incremental coursework

  • GS 0900, Essential Research Practices: RCR (Credit: 0.00), Fall 2016
    PSY 7150, Quantitative Methods: 1 (Credit: 4.00), Fall 2016
    PSY 7590, Industrial & Organizational Psychology (Credit: 3.00), Fall 2016
    PSY 7620, Social Psychology: Research & Theory (Credit: 3.00), Fall 2016
    PSY 7160, Quantitative Methods: 2 (Credit: 4.00), Winter 2017
    PSY 7500, Research Methods in Industrial/Organizational Psychology (Credit: 3.00), Winter 2017
    PSY 7620, Seminar in Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Organization Theory (Credit: 3.00), Winter 2017

     

Other qualifications directly relevant to courses taught

Research Design and Analysis Consultant, Department of Psychology