Early Life and Education
Joyce Cummings Hogan was born on Dec. 14, 1948, in Easton, Maryland. She attended Towson University for her undergraduate degree and received her Masters’ and PhD degrees in Psychology from the University of Maryland.
Hogan worked as a professor and as a senior research scientist at Johns Hopkins University from 1975–1982. In 1982, she moved with her husband, Robert Hogan, to start a PhD program in Industrial-Organizational Psychology at the University of Tulsa. Seven years later they cofounded Hogan Assessment Systems. While the company grew quickly, ultimately becoming a leading provider of personnel assessment instruments worldwide, Hogan also continued to work as a leading academic. She was promoted to Associate Professor of Psychology in 1985 and promoted again to Full Professor of Psychology in 1995. She also served as Chair of the Department of Psychology from 1984 to 1994. She left academia to work full time as Vice President at Hogan...
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