M-Rap (Mentoring Relationships and Processes Lab)

M-Rap is focused on understanding mentoring relationships, focusing on what mentors and mentees do in relationships, how they perceive one another, and the process by which these things impact the quality and success of the relationships.

Most Recent Publications

Varghese, L., Rogers, A., Finkelstein, L., & Barber, L. (2020). Examining mentors as buffers of burnout for employees high in neuroticism. Human Resource Development Quarterly.

Varghese, L. & Finkelstein, L. (2020) An investigation of self-efficacy crossover between mentors and protégés within mentoring dyads. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. doi: 10.1111/nyas

Kraiger, K., Finkelstein, L. & Varghese, L. (2018). Enacting effective mentoring behaviors:  Development and initial investigation of the cuboid of mentoring. Journal of Business and Psychology.

Bailey, S., Voyles, E., Finkelstein, L. & Matarazzo, K.  (2016). Who is your ideal mentor? An exploratory study of mentor prototypes.  Career Development International, 21, 160-175.

Contact Us

Lisa Finkelstein, Ph.D.
Psychology-Computer Science Building
Office: room 571
Lab: room 30

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