Dr. Allen Huffcutt
Since arriving at Bradley in 1992, Dr. Allen Huffcutt has published more than 20 peer-reviewed papers, six of which were first-author studies in the top two journals in the field of psychology; presented more than 40 papers at conferences, wrote two chapters in edited books; and has published one book, Conducting meta-analysis using SAS. A second book, Behavioral Science Statistics: A New Direction is in press.
According to one of his reviewers, “He is among the top 25 most productive researchers in the world in industrial/organizational psychology…his research program is ‘world-class’ in its programmatic nature and level of output, and his leadership role is indisputable.”
Among his numerous honors and awards are Bradley’s Samuel Rothberg Professional Excellence Award (2004), Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers (1998, 2005) and Who’s Who in America (2005).
Dr. Huffcutt received his Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Madison; his Master of Science in industrial organizational psychology in 1989 from the University of North Texas; and his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University in 1992.