Assistant Professor of Psychology, Director, MA Program in Industrial/Organizational Psychology,
School of Psychology and Counseling

Contact Information



  • General Psychology
  • Psychological Statistics
  • Research Methods
  • Theories of Personality
  • Social Psychology
  • History and Systems of Psychology


  • Statistics
  • Research Design in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
  • Behavioral Research


  • Personality Assessment
  • Psychometrics and Testing
  • “Intra-individual” Personality Processes
  • Behavioral Variability and Consistency
  • Accuracy and Bias in Self Evaluation, Self-Concept, Social Identity


  • BA, Rutgers University
  • MA, Northeastern University
  • PhD, Northeastern University

Academic Profile

Dr. Griffo earned his Ph.D. in Psychology from Northeastern University, specializing in Personality and Social Psychology. His research interests focus on the relationship between self-concept, personality, and social behavior, with a recent focus on the assessment of situation dimensions associated with social behavior. Dr. Griffo is the director of the MA Program in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and the faculty advisor for the Madison Campus Chapter of Psi Chi, The International Honor Society in Psychology.

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