Morrie Mullins, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology at Xavier University in Cincinnati. When he’s not doing academic research on personnel selection and mentoring students, he’s probably writing fiction, immersing himself in pop culture, or spending time with his wife and dogs. His definition of “work-nonwork balance” involves having enough time and energy to work on his stories and watch TV after he gets home. Contrary to what his students may believe, he is emphatically not the biggest Star Wars geek in twelve systems.
Essays by Morrie Mullins
The Scientist and the Serial Killer from The Psychology of Dexter