Getting to Mars is going to take teamwork. Project FUSION, lead by IO psychologist Dorothy Carter, is figuring out what that really means. Successful communication and collaboration among multiple teams will be an essential part of deep space travel, and this is Dorothy Carter’s expertise. An industrial and organizational psychologist […]
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How hard are comps? What exactly happens in a dissertation defense? In this first episode of a two-part series, newly-minted PhD Jeff Dahlke joins us to talk about his dissertation journey. If you’re a graduate student, or thinking of becoming one, you’ll learn a lot from Jeff. Contact Jeff on: […]
What they found was that employees experiencing imposter phenomenon are more likely to have conflict with work and family roles because they are emotionally exhausted, and they tend to be less satisfied with family life because of it. Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology Read SIOP’s press release, The High Cost of […]
A good hiring test meets three criteria, says Fred Oswald, an industrial-organizational psychologist with expertise in personnel selection and analytics and a professor in the department of psychological sciences at Rice University. It’s reliable, which means a job applicant who takes the test multiple times receives similar scores. It’s valid, […]
Some silly but useful advice: go through and remove all contentless words and phrases, such as: – “Of course” – “Note that” – “Interestingly” – “very” – “nice” – “We can see that” – “It is important to note that” Andrew Gelman I don’t encounter the word “nice” in many […]