Podcast

Nick Salter on Getting IO into Intro Psych

Remember learning about IO psych in your Introduction to Psychology class? Yeah, me neither. Nick Salter joins us to talk about the SIOP’s GIT (Getting I-O into Introductory Psychology Textbooks) Task Force. Show Links GIT: Getting I-O Into Introductory Psychology…


Harry Crane & Ryan Martin on Researchers.One

Peer-reviewed journals are like the weather. Everyone complains, but no one does anything about it. Well, mad statisticians Harry Crane and Ryan Martin did something. They developed a radical new platform for scholarly publishing that incorporates many of the features the rest…




Michael Chetta & Sy Islam Debate the MBA

If you’re getting a graduate degree in IO Psych, is it worth it to get an MBA, too? In this episode, friends and business partners Mike Chetta and Sy Islam debate the issue and talk about their own adventures with…


Overqualified Advice

Dr. Adrian Walton wants to work in organizational psychology, but his co-workers are telling him not to mention his PhD on his resume or LinkedIn profile because he’ll be written off as overqualified. What do you think? Vote in the Twitter…


Back to School Special

Steve Alexander is going back to school! He starts an IO Psych Master’s program in IO Psych at UNC Charlotte in the fall and he’s got questions. I took a stab at some answers, but I hope you will, too….


Michael Vodianoi on Branding IO Psych

If you’re a fan of mispronounced last names, you’re going to love this episode. More importantly, we’ll talk about the IO Psych brand with Michael Vodianoi. Show Links: Michael on LinkedInMichael’s Article: Industrial-Organizational Psychology – Getting a Foothold in Canadian BusinessThe…


Dave Bracken Strikes Back on 360s

In this episode Dave Bracken gets a chance to respond to my various belly-aches about his excellent contribution on 360s in Episode 6. (If you haven’t already listened to that one, you’ll want to do that.) Dave also responds to…


Jeff Dahlke on Reproducibility

In this episode, you’ll hear me continually confuse “reproduce” and “replication” and listen to my bird scream in the background. Also, Jeff Dahlke talks about some smart researchy stuff while I smack myself in forehead, realizing all the many, many…