Meet the Faculty
Dr. Jacquelyn Brady
Phone: (408) 924-7855
Dr. Brady is an Assistant Professor of Psychology and specializes in Industrial Organizational (I/O) Psychology and the subfield of Occupational Health Psychology (OHP), which bridges her background in I/O and Social Health Psychology. Dr. Brady’s research interests are primarily in OHP, specifically, she focuses on the inextricable link between work factors and well-being and work outcomes. The goal of her work is to share meaningful strategies organizations can utilize to improve employee health, safety, and general well-being across work and non-work domains. To learn more about her current projects, or if you are interested in joining her lab, please visit her lab website at https://wowresearch.weebly.com/. Fun fact: Dr. Brady is a CSU alum, having completed her undergraduate degree at California State University San Marcos, where she learned firsthand about the benefits of exceptional mentorship.
Loni Davis brings over twenty years’ experience consulting, training and teaching in the area of organization and change development for a variety of profit and non-profit, national and international organizations in the healthcare, education, technology, and public sectors. Currently Dr. Davis manages her own consulting practice where she partners with associates and clients to provide services that support effective leadership development, organization design, and large-scale change. Dr. Davis earned an M.A. in Educational Psychology from California State University, Northridge and completed both her M.A. in Human & Organizational Development and Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Systems at Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara (FGU) Her research and publications have focused on how the increasing adoption of mobile devices for work blur the boundaries between work and home /leisure and the import of this for the future design and development of organizations.
Phone: (408) 924-5637
Megumi Hosoda is Professor of Psychology at San José State University. She received her PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University at Albany, New York State University. Her main research area is diversity and inclusion in the workplace. She studies various types of diversity in the workplace, including sex/gender, race/ethnicity, immigrants, and disability. Her current research emphasizes the issues related to immigrant workers and the identification of contextual factors that increase the acceptance of foreign-accented individuals. The results of her research have appeared in Personnel Psychology, Journal of Managerial Psychology, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Journal of Organizational Psychology, College Student Journal, Human Resource Management Review, Disability Studies Quarterly, and Journal of Social Psychology.
Phone: (408) 924-5649
Howard Tokunaga is a Professor of Psychology and serves as Coordinator of the MS Program in Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology and teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in statistics, research methods, and I/O psychology. He received his bachelor’s degree in psychology at UC Santa Cruz and his Ph.D. in psychology at UC Berkeley. In addition to his teaching, he has consulted with a number of public sector and private sector organizations on a wide variety of management and human resource issues. He is the author of Fundamental Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences and Moving from IBM SPSS to R and RStudio: A Statistics Companion and co-author (with G. Keppel) of Introduction to Design and Analysis: A Student’s Handbook