Department of Economics and Business

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Angela Lebbon, Ph.D.

Office: Carman Hall, Room 382
Phone Number: 718.960.8507
Email: angela.lebbon@lehman.cuny.edu

Education:

Western Michigan University

  • Ph.D. in Behavior Analysis/Organizational Behavior
  • M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
  • B.S. in Psychology

Professional Bio

Dr. Angela Lebbon specializes in performance management techniques used to improve employee motivation, productivity, and safety behavior. She additionally provides services for analyzing and changing work processes in order to eliminate unnecessary work, which yields greater efficiency and financial savings for organizations. Dr. Lebbon has corporate experience from a Fortune 500 Global Organization Effectiveness department and has consulting experience in various industries including manufacturing, energy and utilities, food services, and healthcare. Dr. Lebbon is an active member of the Organizational Behavior Management Network, Society for Human Resource Management, Association for Behavior Analysis International, and a founding member of the Urban Studies Group.  

Refereed Publications

  • Lebbon, A. R., & Austin, J. (in press). A preliminary examination of effects of observer presence on work-related behavior in a simulated office. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management.
  • Lebbon, A. R., & Hurley, D. (2013). The effects of workplace leisure behavior on work-related behavior. Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business, 6, 1-18.
  • Hurley, D., & Lebbon, A. R. (2012). An analysis of nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses involving days away from work among Hispanic and Latino workers in the United States. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 34(3), 474-490.
  • Lebbon, A. R., Sigurjonsson, J. G., & Austin, J. (2012). The effects of work sampling and feedback on individuals’ work- and safety-related behaviour prior to, during, and after observer presence. Global Business and Economics Review, 14(3), 226-247.
  • Lebbon, A., Sigurdsson, S. O., & Austin, J. (2012). Behavioral safety in the food services industry: Challenges and outcomes. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 32, 44-57.
  • Lebbon, A. R., Austin, J., Rost, K., & Shier, L., (2011). Improving safe consumer transfers in a day treatment setting using training and feedback. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 4(2).
  • Lebbon, A. R., Austin, J., Van Houten, R., Malenfant, L. (2007). Evaluating the effects of traffic on driver stopping and turn signal use at a stop sign: A systematic replication. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 27, 27-35.
  • Austin, J., Hackett, S., Gravina, N., & Lebbon, A. (2006).  The effects of prompting and feedback on drivers’ stopping at stop signs. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 39, 117-121.
  • Van Houten, R., Malenfant, J. E. L., Austin, J., & Lebbon, A. (2005).  The effects of a seatbelt-gearshift delay prompt on the seatbelt use of motorist who do not regularly wear seatbelts. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 38, 195-203.

Presentations at Professional Conferences

  • Hurley, D., & Lebbon, A. R. (2011, February). An analysis of nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses among Hispanic and Latino workers in the United States. Presented at the Eastern Economic Association Annual Conference. Session: G4 - Ethnic Economic Issues. New York, NY.
  • Lebbon, A., & Austin, J. (accepted for January, 2011). Work sampling: How it affects individuals’ safety behavior”. Symposium to be conducted at the annual conference of the Business & Economics Society International, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
  • Lebbon, A., & Austin, J. (2010, May). Investigating the effects of observer presence and feedback on individuals’ work-related behavior. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis, San Antonio, TX.
  • Lebbon, A., & Austin, J. (2009, May). The relationship between the number of peer safety observations and recordable incidents: Data revisited and expanded (2001-2008). Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Lebbon, A., & Austin, J. (2008, May). Investigating the effects of observer presence on individuals’ work-related behavior both within-session and across sessions. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, IL.
  • Lebbon, A., & Austin, J. (2007, February). Investigating the effects of observer presence on individuals’ work-related behavior within and across sessions. Paper presented at the 4th Annual Behavior Analysis Program Research Conference, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.
  • Lebbon, A., Austin, J., Van Houten, R., & Malenfont, J.E.L. (2004, May). A comparison of observational and automated data on seatbelt use. Symposium conducted at the annual conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Boston, MA.

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