Frederick J. ThuminFrederick J. Thumin
Professor Emeritus of Management & Psychology

 

Degrees Held:
Ph.D. (Industrial Psychology), Washington University, 1957
M.A. (Psychology), Washington University, 1956
B.A. (Psychology), Washington University, 1951


Interests:

Teaching:

  • Areas: Industrial / Organizational Psychology, Management & Organizational Behavior
  • Courses:
    • BA 3680 International Management
    • BA 3623 Industrial/Organizational Psychology
    • BA 3624 Employee Training & Development
    • MGMT 5600 Organizational Behavior & Administrative Processes
Research:
  • Areas: Ability and Personality Assessment; Organizational Climate; Corporate Values
  • Selected Significant Publications:
    • Thumin, F., Johnson, Jr., J., Kuehl, C. & Jiang, "Corporate Values as Related to Occupation, Gender, Age & Company Size," The Journal of Psychology, 129(4), 1995, 389-400.
    • Thumin, F. & Barclay, A., "Faking Behavior & Gender Differences on a New Personality Research Instrument," Consulting Psychology Journal, 45(4), Fall 1993, 11-22.
Other Information:
  • Diplomate in Industrial / Organizational Psychology (ABPP)
  • Fellow of the American Psychological Association
  • Past-President of the Missouri Psychological Association
  • Has served as management consultant to numerous business organizations