Dr. Colarelli is a professor of psychology at Central Michigan University, having earned his degree from New York University in 1982. He teaches Experimental Psychology and Industrial/Organizational Psychology.

Research areas include:

  • Factors that influence the use of human resource management practices in organizations

  • Strategic human resource management

  • Applications of evolutionary psychology to industrial and organizational psychology

  • Personnel psychology

  • Organizational psychology of personnel programs

  • Evolutionary Psychology

By Dr. Stephen M. Colarelli

Solving Problems in Unemployment Insurance

Two Central Michigan University professors argue that the unemployment insurance system is costly, bureaucratic, out-of-date, and in trouble. One solution is a privatized system of voluntary, tax-exempt Individual Unemployment Accounts. … more