Meet the COHRE Staff

Madison Perry headshotMadison Perry

Master's Student & Project Associate

Areas of Expertise
Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Madison is currently a first-year graduate student in the Industrial/Organizational Psychology master’s program at Middle Tennessee State University. She is currently a project associate for the Center for Organizational and Human Resource Effectiveness, and is assisting on selection projects for the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, and job analyses for the Middle Tennessee State University Police.    

In December 2019, Madison graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University with a major in Psychology and minor in Statistics. Past research focuses have included dysfunctional traits and leadership styles, and has presented at Florida Gulf Coast University’s Social Science Symposium, regarding an exploratory analysis of dysfunctional leadership traits and gender differences. She has also worked directly with the one-of-a-kind Radford-FGCU Serial Killer database, the largest non-governmental database with thousands of perpetrators and hundreds of variables; performing analyses and organizing presentations given at Boston College and the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology.    

Madison has previously worked as a crisis helpline operator, organizing immediate aid to individuals in crisis situations. More recently, she became a certified applied behavior analysis technician, implementing individualized intervention plans and skill acquisition training to autistic children. Current research focuses include employee satisfaction, stress, and selection processes.