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The Problem is the Problem

Over the past week, the United States has been rocked by protests related to the killing of George Floyd. Despite the threat of a global pandemic, protesters have marched on the streets, seeking justice. Riots, property damage, and looting have marred the protests. As I have watched these events unfold, […]


Three Self-Care Tips for I-O Psychologists

According to the 2020 SIOP Income and Employment Report, I-O psychologists have 26 areas of specialization to choose from. If you’re an I/O geek like me, you love—or at least have an interest) in—many of those areas. Right now, for example, I’m earning a Ph.D., designing and facilitating training programs, […]


Katrina Burch on Commuting

Katrina Burch, an Assistant Professor of IO Psych at Western Kentucky University, joins us to talk about the open road. Or subway. Or whatever. Is commuting a transition or a life domain in its own right? How does work spill over into the commute? Why is it so hard to […]