Xinyu (Judy) Hu, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Roger Williams University

Dr. Hu's research focuses on occupational health psychology, specifically technology use in the workplace, employee recovery and well-being, and psychometric issues. Her research has been published in several journal outlets, including Occupational Health Science, Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives in Research and Practice, Journal of Happiness Studies, and Journal of Service Research. Her research on leisure and worker well-being won the Best Student Research Award at the International Conference on Work, Stress, and Health in 2019.


Dr. Hu earned her Ph.D. and MA in Social-Industrial/ Organizational Psychology from Northern Illinois University. She received a BA degree in psychology and mathematical Statistics from Wake Forest University.


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Research Interests

Technology use and experiences in the workplace

work-nonwork interface and employee recovery

Cross-cultural issues in occupational health and well-being

Psychometrics and research methodology


Contact

Feel free to email me if you have any questions about my research or connect with me on any platforms shown on the left. Email: xhu@rwu.edu