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Richard Gardner’s research focuses on dysfunctional behaviors, negative interpersonal and organizational relationships, business ethics, and employee's experiences with the imposter phenomenon. His research has been published in top management research and practitioner publications such as Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and Harvard Business Review. His research has also been covered by media outlets such as BBC Radio, New York Times, Psychology Today, Monitor on Psychology, and Leadership Today.
Prior to BYU, Gardner was an Assistant/Associate Professor at University of Nevada, Las Vegas and received his PhD from Texas A&M University. And prior to his academic career, Gardner worked in human resources within the healthcare industry.
- Ph.D., Management, Texas A&M University