Two new focal articles for an upcoming issue of Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, have just been released. Regulating Rude: Tensions Between Free Speech and Civility in Academic Employment, Lilia M. Cortina, Michael G. Cortina, & José M. Cortina Work: What Is It Good For? (Absolutely Nothing)—A Critical […]
The award of first place goes to a team from Walmart, second to a team from Bowling Green State University, third to a team from Michigan State University, and fourth to a team from USAA. Mike Littman Read the press release here.
The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) has conferred the inaugural prestigious award of Scientist-Practitioner Presidential Recognition to Professor David Chan, Director of the Behavioural Sciences Institute and Professor of Psychology of the Singapore Management University (SMU) for his outstanding contributions in the combined science and practice in the […]
If you haven’t voted for SIOP Executive Board members, you’re about to run out of time! Yes, it takes a little while to read through the bios and goal statements, but these people have a big impact on the future of our profession. Get on the stick! Click here to […]
I haven’t published jacksquat since graduation. I admit, I sometimes feel a little silly sharing my opinions about research on this blog and the podcast given my lack of productivity. So, what’s my excuse? It’s not a lack of ideas. I have a notebook full of topics which, if I […]