Xinyu (Judy) Hu

Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Organizational Development Consultant

About Xinyu

Judy strives to apply her organizational psychology expertise to infuse positive changes in school districts.


Dr. Judy Hu is an organizational psychologist who has built a research program in occupational health psychology examining work-related phenomena that influence employee well-being and performance. Her research has been published in major scholarly journal outlets (e.g., Occupational Health Science, Applied Psychology, and Journal of Service Research), and featured in popular media outlets (e.g., SELF Magazine, Refinery29). Her most recently funded work includes an international research study examining organizational citizenship behaviors and perceptions of burnout among school teachers.


Find Xinyu on the Road


6 Years


Assistant Professor in Psychology at Roger Williams University

Key Skills and Qualifications

  • Quantitative and qualitative research
  • Data analysis and visualization
  • Organizational Development
  • Talent Development
  • Cross-cultural research

Recognition and Publications

  • Author: Disruptive pandemic effects on telecommuters: A longitudinal study of work-family balance and well-being during COVID-19. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 71(3), 807-826.
  • Author: Defrag and reboot? Consolidating information and communication technology research in I-O psychology. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 14(3), 371-396.
  • Author: Does active leisure improve worker’s well-being? An experimental daily diary approach. Journal of Happiness Studies, 22, 2003-2029.
  • Author: Disconnecting to detach: The role of impaired recovery on negative consequences of workplace telepressure. Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 35(1), 9-15.

Academic Qualifications

  • Ph.D., Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Northern Illinois University
  • M.A., Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Northern Illinois University
  • B.A., Psychology and Mathematical Statistics, Wake Forest University

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