Julia Berry, MA
BS 2007 Northern Arizona University
MA 2009 Northern Arizona University
2009 Study Abroad Program, University of Groningen
Email Address: email@example.com
Julia Berry's primary interest is making the student learning experience as interactive and relevant as possible. She continues to investigate successful teaching strategies and uses these researched approaches in the classroom. Julia has been teaching psychology courses since she graduated in 2009 and feels that the classroom is right where she should be. She is also a strong advocate of studying abroad, and she tries to encourage her students to do so.
Even though teaching is Julia's current priority, she still finds herself getting involved on research teams to stay current in the field. Thus, she has recently helped out with projects looking at why internal motivators lead to environmentally sustainable behavior, the relationship between student motivation to hold jobs and their subsequent levels of work-school conflict, and the influence of work furlough on work-family conflict and job satisfaction. Julia will continue to seek out research when her teaching load allows.
Huffman, A., Muse, L., Romanik, S., Berry, J. & Ganser, G. (2012). Making negative a positive: Furloughs, family benefits, and job satisfaction. Poster presented at the 2012 SIOP Convention, San Diego, California.
Berry, J., Huffman, A., Ragsdale, G., & Hascall, K. (2010). Key mediators of the work-family conflict and job performance relationship. Poster presented at the 2010 APA Convention, San Diego, California.
Berry, J. & Huffman, A. (2010). Key mediators of the work-family conflict and job performance relationship. Paper presented at the 2010 SIOP Convention, Atlanta, Georgia.
Berry, J., Huffman, A., Payne, S. & Ragsdale, G. (2009). Directionality of work-family conflict: The role of impression management. Poster accepted to the 24th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Watrous, K., Huffman, A., Henning, J. & Berry, J. (2009). Our workplace - our world: I/O Psychology and Sustainability. Paper in the Symposium/Forum accepted to the 24th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Huffman, A., Youngcourt, S. S., Olsen, K., Berry, J. & Larson, N. (2008). Role expectations, coping, and stress: Why personality affects work-family conflict. Poster accepted to the 23rd annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, San Francisco, California.
Julia Berry teaches undergraduate psychology courses including introduction to psychology, introduction to personality, and personnel psychology.