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Andrew Holter on When the Data Doesn’t Fit

In this episode, Dr. Ben Butina interviews Dr. Andrew Holter about the surprising findings in his recently defended dissertation on whether self-efficacy, grit, and job satisfaction predict turnover intention among new registered nurses. Dr. Holter also discusses his background in public safety and how IO psychology is applicable in his […]


David Costanza on Generations in the Workforce

Are there reliable differences between generations? Should business and HR leaders make decisions based on generational differences? Why are generations so popular on social media and in the popular business press? Are generations even a thing? In this episode, I interrogate Dr. David Costanza, Director of the I/O Psych Doctoral […]


The Case Against “I-O Psychology”

Let’s face it. We’ve got a bad name. In this episode, I make the case against the name “industrial and organizational psychology,” consider some of the alternatives, and offer up my own suggestion for a new name. I’d love to hear your opinion about this one, so please hit me […]