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Dr. Risavy’s research endeavors have involved the underlying theme of better understanding the impact of individual differences in making organizations and managers more effective. D. in industrial/organizational psychology from xxxii About the Contributors the University of Guelph. Prior to joining Wilfrid Laurier University, Dr. Risavy was the director of human resources for Fusion Homes. He has also been employed as a human resource management consultant by Organization & Management Solutions, Knightsbridge Human Capital Management, and the Waterloo Organizational Research and Consulting Group.