Psychology

Jeffrey Goldberg

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                                         JEFFREY A. GOLDBERG, Ph.D.

                                                             140 Briarcliff Road
                                                     Westbury, New York 11590
                   Home (516) 997-3941; Office (516) 338-5340; Cell (516) 578-1366
                                             jag_psc@juno.com  /  www.linkedin.com/in/jeffreygoldbergphd


EDUCATION
Teachers College, Columbia University
1976                              Ph.D.    Industrial/Organizational Psychology
1969                              M.A.     Industrial/Organizational Psychology
City College, CUNY
1970                              Urban Education (10 credits)
Queens College, CUNY
1967                              B.A.      Psychology

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
1979 - Present           PERSONNEL SCIENCES CENTER, New York, NY
A human resources consulting firm engaged in Aptitude
Assessment, Management Skills Training, Employee Counseling

President/Chief Psychologist (1991 - present)
Vice President/Director Client Services (1979 - 1991)

1977 - 1979               EBASCO SERVICES, New York, NY
Manager, Manpower Planning

1975 - 1977               LEE HECHT HARRISON, New York, NY
Executive Director, Outplacement Counseling

1973 - 1975               PERSONNEL SCIENCES CENTER, New York, NY
Staff Consultant

1972 - 1973               BOCES, NASSAU COUNTY, Jericho, NY
Trainer and Project Evaluator

1967 - 1972               NYC BOARD OF EDUCATION, New York, NY
Teacher and Teacher Trainer, Grades K-6


 


TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Fall 2015 -  Present      QUEENS COLLEGE, CUNY, Flushing, NY
Fall 1978 – 1995           Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology

                                      Intro to Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Fall 2015 - Present        FARMINGDALE STATE COLLEGE, SUNY, Farmingdale, NY
                                      Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology
                                      Intro to Industrial/Organizational Psychology

2006 – 2007                   ADELPHI UNIVERSITY, Garden City, NY
                                      Adjunct Professor, Department of Psychology
                                      Employee Assessment/Talent Acquisition

Spring 2006                   FORDHAM UNIVERSITY, New York, NY
                                      Adjunct Professor, Department of Psychology
                                      Intro to Industrial/Organizational Psychology


TRAINING EXPERIENCE
2001 – 2017                   FULL SECURITY, INC. New York, NY
Senior Training Consultant

1990 – 2005                   ACADEMIC REVIEW, New York, NY
Provide review of Industrial/Organizational Psychology
to Ph.D. level psychologists taking the national licensing exam.

1979 - Present               PERSONNEL SCIENCES CENTER, New York, NY
Present training seminars on Selection Interviewing,
Communication Skills, Performance Appraisal, Employee
Motivation, Stress Management, Violence in the Workplace

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP
New York State Psychological Association
President, Organization, Consulting & Work Division
2005 & 2008

Metropolitan New York Association of Applied Psychologists

Society for Human Resources Management


LICENSES
Psychologist, New York State (0521)                                      1976
Teacher, CBDES, New York City                                            1967

 

   

 

BIO

DR. JEFFREY A. GOLDBERG

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As president of Personnel Sciences Center (PSC), a human resource consulting firm, Dr. Jeffrey Goldberg is engaged in Aptitude Testing, Management Skills Training and Career Counseling. 

 

For more than 45 years Dr. Goldberg has assisted organizations nationwide in making hiring and promotion decisions.  Tens of thousands of candidates have been tested and interviewed for jobs in sales, marketing, manufacturing, finance, health care, industrial distribution, information technology, administration and corporate management.

 

By profiling the candidate's abilities, people skills, work style and personality PSC is able to determine whether there will be a good "fit" with the demands of the job and with the culture of the organization.

 

Dr. Goldberg has a B.A. in Psychology from Queens College and both an M.A. and Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University.  In 1976 he became a licensed Psychologist in New York State.

 

He has lectured for the American Management Association and conducts client seminars in Selection Interviewing, Performance Evaluation, Employee Motivation, and Violence in the Workplace.

 

For over 30 years Dr. Goldberg has served as an Adjunct Professor teaching I/O Psychology at Queens College, Fordham University, Adelphi University and SUNY Farmingdale. 

 

His professional membership includes the New York State Psychological Association (NYSPA), Metropolitan New York Association of Applied Psychologists (METRO), Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM).

 

Dr. Goldberg served as president of the I/O Psychology division of NYSPA in 2005 and 2008.

 

Courses Taught

PSY 331-001 90891 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY FALL 2015

PSY 331-002 21929 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY SPRING 2016

PSY 331-001 90891 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY FALL 2016

PSY 331-002 21929 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY SPRING 2017

PSY 331-001 90891 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY FALL 2017

PSY 331-001 20743 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY SPRING 2018

PSY 331-001 90891 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY FALL 2018

PSY 331-002 21929 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY SPRING 2019

PSY 331-002 25320 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY SPRING 2019

PSY 331-001 95435 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY FALL 2019

PSY 331-002 21929 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY SPRING 2020

PSY 331-001 96117 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY FALL 2020

Education

  • Ph.D., Psychology (Industrial/Organizational Psychology), Teachers College, Columbia University, 1976

Certificates & Licensures

  • PSYCHOLOGIST, NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
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