Emeritus Faculty | School of Psychology
- American Evaluation Association
- American Psychological Association
- Division 14:Society for Industrial/Organizational
B.A. Lehman College (formerly Hunter College) 1970
M.A. Syracuse University 1975
Ph.D. Syracuse University 1976
Dr. Gutman is on the board of editors of the Psychological Record and the Industrial-Organizational Psychologist.
Learning and Memory
Gutman, A., Koppes, L. & Vadonovich, S. (2010). EEO Law and Personal Practices (3rd Edition). New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
Gutman, A. (In Press). Legal Constraints on Personnel Selection. In Handbook of Assessment and Selection. (Neil Schmit, Ed.). New York: Oxford University Press.
Gutman, A. (In Press). Legal Issues Related to Police Hiring and Promotion. In The Handbook of Police Psychology (Jack Kitaeff, Ed.). New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
Gutman, A. (In Press). Age-based Laws and Regulations. In Work and Aging Handbook. (Jerry W. Hedge & Walter C. Borman, Eds.). New York: Oxford University Press.
Gutman, A. (In Press). Legal Issues Related to Nepotism in the Workplace. In Understanding and Adapting to Organizational Nepotism. (Robert G. Jones, Ed.). New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
Gutman, A. (2009). Major EEO issues relating to personnel selection decision. Human Resource Management Review, 19(3), 232- 250
Gutman, A. (2009). Legal Environment for Selection in the United States. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 1(2), 255-257.
His most recent work involves publication of his book, and several book chapters and journal articles on workplace discrimination. He also works as an expert in workplace discrimination cases and has testified in federal court.
Research & Project Interests
Dr. Gutman's research interests include personnel law, program evaluation, applied statistics, personnel psychology