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Bob Haussmann

Contributing Faculty

College of Management and Technology

School of Management

Degree Program Ph.D. Management

Robert E. Haussmann, PhD, is core faculty, Research Methodologist and University Research Reviewer with the PhD in Management Program in the College of Management and Technology at Walden University, Minneapolis, Minnesota. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Psychology at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey in 1991 and his PhD in Psychology at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut in 1995. His dissertation work studied the human perception of visual velocity, and current research interests include sensation, perception, and cognition. Dr. Haussmann has worked in the distance education field since 1995 as both faculty and administrator.

Courses Taught

MGMT 8101 - Theory, Design and Methods

MGMT 8991 - Writing a Proposal

RSCH 8201 - RCH-8201 Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis

RSCH 8251 - Advanced Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis

Education

PhD, Yale University

MA, Yale University

MS, Yale University

BA, Drew University

Awards / Honors

Delta Phi Alpha, Delta Phi Alpha, 1990

Drew University Scholar, Drew University, 1987

Graduate Fellowship, National Science Foundation, 1991

Graduate Fellowship, Yale University, 1994

Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa, 1990

Psi Chi, Psi Chi, 1990

Summa Cum Laude, Drew University, 1991

Publications

Moliver, N, Mika E. M., Chartrand, M. S., Haussmann, R. E., & Khalsa S., Haussmann, R. E. (2013). Yoga experience as a predictor of psychological wellness in women over 45 years International Journal of Yoga

Morrow, H. E., Haussmann, R. E. (2013). The Effects of Mortality Salience and Conceptual Focus in CISM: Providers: Implications for Mental Health Response to Mass Fatality Disasters International Journal of Emergency Medicine

Haussmann, R. E. (1992). Tachistoscopic presentation and millisecond timing on the IBM PC/XT/AT and PS/2: A Turbo Pascal unit to provide general-purpose routines for CGA, Hercules, EGA, and VGA monitors Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers

Kurth, C. L., Haussmann, R. E. (2011). Perinatal Pitocin as an Early ADHD Biomarker: Neurodevelopmental Risk? Journal of Attention Disorders

Zadeh, S. E., Haussmann, R. E., Barton, C. (2018). Healthcare Risk Managers' Consensus on the Management of Inappropriate Behaviors Among Hospital Staff Journal of Healthcare Risk Management

Presentations

Haussmann, R. E. (2007). A simple OLE DB provider for custom datasets

Haussmann, R. E., Schaefer, P., Wise, S., Dolce, C., Grace, G. (1991). Children's eyewitness testimony of a storybook robbery: Effects of delayed and repeated testing on recognition

Haussmann, R. E. (2003). Custom SQL interface for ad hoc datasets

Haussmann, R. E. (1995). Design and implementation of a successful MIS system.

Stones, A., Haussmann, R. E. (2011). Do We Expect Less From Graduate Students Taking Online Degree Courses?

Haussmann, R. E. (1994). Effects of rotation on magnitude estimations of velocity

Kurth, C., Haussmann, R. E. (2009). The Relationship Between AD/HD and Perinatal (Oxytocin) Pitocin Induction: Risk for Developmental Adversity?

Ashworth, A., Haussmann, R. E. (1993). Implicit memory for low-level visual properties

Haussmann, R. E., Frederick, H. (2009). Lessons Learned: Mentoring Dissertations at a Distance.

Haussmann, R. E. (1995). The nature of psychological velocity

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