Department of Psychological Sciences

Jesse Michel

Jesse Michel

Jesse Michel


210-B Thach Hall
(334) 844-6656
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  • 2007, Ph.D., Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Wayne State University
  • 2006, M.A., Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Wayne State University
  • 2002, B.A., Psychology & Sociology, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities

About Jesse Michel
Associate Professor and Director of I-O Program

Dr. Michel received his BA in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Minnesota, and his MA and PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Wayne State University. He joined the faculty at Auburn University in 2014, following similar positions at Florida International University's Department of Psychology and Michigan State University's School of Human Resources and Labor Relations. He is currently the Program Director of the ABM and PhD Industrial-Organizational Psychology programs in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Auburn University. 

Dr. Michel’s primary research interests revolve around the dynamics between the work and family domains. He also conducts research on numerous I-O and OHP topics, such as the role of personality and individual differences in the workplace, psychological and contextual processes underlying organizational deviance and workplace aggression, and more recently job-related burnout. Most of his research is survey based and he enjoys developing and validating measurement tools for use in research and practice.

Dr. Michel serves as an Associate Editor at Applied Psychology: An International Review, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, and Occupational Health Science. He is also on the editorial boards of Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Business and Psychology, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, and Journal of Vocational Behavior.

Classes Taught

  • PSYC 7280 Experimental Design in Psychology II
  • PSYC 7700 Foundations in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
  • PSYC 7730 Research Methods in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
  • PSYC 7760 Occupational Health Psychology
  • PSYC 7770 Leadership and Motivation
  • PSYC 8280 Meta-Analysis
  • PSYC 8780 Work and Family
  • PSYC 8790 Seminar in Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Representative Publications

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* Graduate Student Coauthor

  • *DeBaylo, P. & Michel, J. S. (in press). Identifying energy and emotion-based conflict: Development of a refined work-life conflict scale. Stress & Health. doi:10.1002/smi.3148
  • Michel, J. S., *Shifrin, N. V., *Postier, L. E., *Rotch, M. A., & *McGoey, K. M. (in press). A meta-analytic validation study of the Shirom-Melamed Burnout Measure: Examining variable relationships from a Job Demands-Resources perspective. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. doi:10.1037/ocp0000334
  • *Zhao, T., *Liu, J., *Zawacki, A. M., Michel, J. S., & *Li, H. (in press). The effects of newcomer proactive behaviors on socialization outcomes: A meta-analysis. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.
  • Michel, J. S., *Rotch, M. A., & *O’Neill, S. K. (2022). The effects of work and nonwork boundary fit on role satisfaction and subjective well-being. Stress & Health, 38(1), 163-170. doi:10.1002/smi.3070
  • Sawhney, G., & Michel, J. S. (2022). Challenge and hindrance stressors and work outcomes: The moderating role of day-level affect. Journal of Business and Psychology, 37(2), 389-405. doi:10.1007/s10869-021-09752-5
  • *Shifrin, N. V., & Michel, J. S. (2022). Flexible work arrangements and employee health: A meta-analytic review. Work & Stress, 36(1), 60-85. doi:10.1080/02678373.2021.1936287
  • Wayne, J. H., Michel, J. S., & Matthews (2022). Balancing work and family: A theoretical explanation and longitudinal examination of its relation to spillover and role functioning. Journal of Applied Psychology, 107(7), 1094-1114. doi:10.1037/apl0001007
  • Michel, J. S., *Rotch, M. A., Carson, J. E., Bowling, N. A., & *Shifrin, N. V. (2021). Flattening the latent growth curve? Explaining within-person changes in employee well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. Occupational Health Science, 5(3), 247-275. doi:10.1007/s41542-021-00087-4

Last Updated: October 10, 2022