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Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior Latest Volume Released

The Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, launched in March 2014, is devoted to publishing reviews of the I/O Psychology and HRM/OB literature.

The Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior ranked in the top 10 of journals within 2 categories in the 2017 Edition of the Journal Citation Report (JCR) with an Impact Factor of 7.644.

View more information, including the complete list of journal Impact Factors and category rankings here.

The latest volume of the Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior has recently been released. Here’s the link to the current volume: https://t.co/RczFCpz4WF.

Posted: February 13, 2018

APA Division 44 (Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity) Awards Available

Division 44, Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, has various awards to bestow on those who have or are likely to support LGBT individuals and communities. Please consider nominating yourself or someone deserving of any award, as well as sharing this information with anyone who might be interested. One need not be a member of Division 44 or of APA to be nominated.

Below is a listing of the awards, sorted by whether they target professionals or students. The order of presentation of each award on Division’s 44 APA website is identified by the number preceding the award. Details about each of the 18 awards are available, including eligibility criteria and how to apply, at www.apa.org/about/awards/search.aspx?query=%22Division%2044%22

The applications for all awards are due on March 30, 2018.

Professional Awards

  1. Evelyn Hooker Award for Distinguished Contribution by an Ally.
    Acknowledges an ally who has supported Division 44’s mission.
  2. Distinguished Contribution to Education and Training.
    Recognizes colleagues who have made distinguished contributions to the interests, goals, and purposes of Division 44 in the area of education, either academic or public.
  3. Distinguished Contribution to Ethnic Minority Issues.
    Recognizes distinguished contributions to the interests, goals, and purposes of Division 44 in the area of ethnic minority LGBT psychology.
  4. Division 44 Presidential Citation.
    Conferred by the president of Division 44 on an individual or organization whose mission and work are consistent with the president’s theme or focus.
  5. Distinguished Book Award.
    Recognizes a book that has made a significant contribution to the field of LGBT psychology.
  6. Certification of Appreciation.
    Provides an opportunity for the division to formally note its appreciation to individuals who have provided significant service to the division.
  7. Distinguished Service Award.
    The Division offers this award for distinguished contributions to Division 44 through exceptional service.
  8. Distinguished Professional Contribution.
    Recognizes distinguished professional contributions advancing the interests, goals, and purposes of Division 44.
  9. Distinguished Scientific Contribution.
    Honors distinguished theoretical or empirical contributions to LGBT psychological issues.
  10. Clarity Award.
    Recognizes leaders advancing the rights of LGBT people, engage others within our profession to extend recognition and respect for LGBT people, and advocate for equality for LGBT people.

Student and Early Career Psychologist

  1. Student and Early Career Psychologist Engagement Award.
    Supports early career psychologist and graduate student engagement with LGBTQ psychology by defraying travel costs to the APA annual convention and research travel awards (nine total awards).
  2. Transgender Research Award.
    Honors research that makes a notable contribution to the understanding, health, and well-being of transgender people and gender diversity in society.

Student Awards

  1. Dr. Richard A. Rodriquez Division 44 Student Travel Award.
    Supports engagement with LGBT people of color issues in psychology by defraying travel costs to the APA annual convention.
  2. Mentoring Student Travel Award.
    Supports graduate student engagement with LGBTQ psychology by defraying travel costs to the APA annual convention.
  3. Distinguished Student Contribution.
    Honors a graduate student in psychology who has made a distinguished contribution to research or practice, or who has performed exceptional service to the division.
  4. Committee on Bisexual Issues Student Travel Award.
    The Committee bestows a $500 travel grant for graduate students to engage with LGBTQ psychology by traveling to the APA annual convention.
  5. Bisexual Foundation Scholarship Award.
    Awards up to $1000 per award to select graduate students to advance research on the psychology of bisexuality.
  6. Malyon Smith Scholarship Research Award.
    Honors graduate students in psychology for research into psychological issues of importance to LGBT individuals, groups, or communities.  

Posted: January 24, 2018

APA Prize for Interdisciplinary Team Research: Call for applications

Prize-winning team will receive $5000 for continued research. Application deadline is May 1, 2018.

The American Psychological Association's Prize for Interdisciplinary Team Research recognizes an interdisciplinary research team that includes one or more psychological scientists in major roles and has produced significant scientific work. The team selected for the prize will receive $5000 to help support its continued research.

Interdisciplinary research is becoming increasingly prominent across all areas of science. Research that integrates approaches from more than one field can lead to new insights into complex problems and to the development of novel interventions and technologies.

Such work often requires researchers from varied scientific backgrounds to form collaborative teams. Building and managing a successful team can be challenging. The team members must gain an understanding and respect for one another’s scientific concepts, methods and cultures. And their individual efforts must be carefully coordinated to ensure that projects consistently benefit from the expertise of each member and are completed in a reasonable time frame.

The APA Prize for Interdisciplinary Team Research is the first honor designed specifically for interdisciplinary teams that include psychological scientists. It was developed by APA’s 2016 President Susan McDaniel and the APA Board of Scientific Affairs and is managed by the APA Science Directorate. The prize is given biennially.

For more information and instructions on applying:


Posted: January 23, 2018

Call for Special Issue Proposals: Human Resource Management Journal

Proposals should be submitted to HRMJ.journal@wiley.com by Monday 5th March 2018. Please see HERE for further details.

Human Resource Management Journal is a scholarly journal that seeks to promote the understanding of HRM to academics and practising managers. HRMJ aims to promote the theory and practice of HRM, to provide an international forum for discussion and debate, and to stress the critical importance of people management to a wide range of economic, political and social concerns. Over the last decade, HRMJ has broadened its editorial scope to become more globally oriented and has strengthened the international character of its Editorial Team and Board.

Further details on HRMJ can be found below and on the website: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1748-8583.

Elaine Farndale, Anthony McDonnell, Dora Scholarios, and Adrian Wilkinson
(Joint) Editors-in-Chief

Posted: December 14, 2017

Invitation to Researchers to Provide their Perspective on the Queen Bee Phenomenon

My name is Samantha Hancock, I am a PhD Candidate in Organizational Behavior at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, ON, Canada. In collaboration with Dr. Winny Shen at the University of Waterloo, we are conducting research on the Queen Bee Phenomenon.

Specifically, we are interested in understanding points of agreement and disagreement with regards to what constitutes Queen Bee behavior and whether or not members of the scientific community who study gender and diversity issues believe this is a real phenomenon in organizations or a myth perpetuated by the popular press. The survey should take no more than 15 minutes of your time. If you would like more information, please click the link below to proceed to the information letter and consent form. The survey will remain open for two weeks, until December 12, 2017, at midnight EST.

If you know of anyone else in your professional network who may be interested in participating, please feel free to forward our email to them. If you have questions at any time about the study or the procedures, please contact us, Dr. Winny Shen, at winny.shen@uwaterloo.ca or Samantha Hancock at hanc7610@mylaurier.ca. Thank you very much for your assistance with our research, it is greatly appreciated!


This study has been reviewed and received ethics clearance through a University of Waterloo Research Ethics Committee (ORE #22590) and the Research Ethics Board at Wilfrid Laurier University (REB #5523).

Sincerely, Samantha Hancock & Winny Shen

Posted: November 29, 2017

EAWOP Summer School 2018

EAWOP Early Career Summer School for Advanced Work and Organizational Psychology presents the unique opportunity for young researchers from all over Europe with a diversity of interests in W/O psychology to meet with fellow researchers and prominent professors and to discuss their own work as well as aspects of being a researcher.

The 6th EAWOP summer school will take place from the 2nd to 6th of June 2018 in Creta Maris Beach Resort, Heraklion, Crete, Greece. Elective young scholars with research interests in W/O psychology and with a desire to pursue a career within this field, will attend and participate in a series of activities, including Keynotes, Speed Networking & Interactive Poster Sessions, Research Methods Workshops, and Social Activities (Information Leaflet).

The summer school will also attend six Invited Senior Scholars with research interests in W/O psychology (Full CVs).

In order to take part in the summer school, participants must either be close to finishing their Ph.D. (in their final year) or must recently have completed their Ph.D. (in the first five years after their Ph.D. completion). Applications are now open

Organizing Committee:
Ioannis Nikolaou, Maria Vakola, Konstantina Georgiou, Vera Lazanaki;
Athens University of Economics and Business, Athens, Greece
For more information: eawopss2018@gmail.com

2018 Society of Psychologists in Management Conference

February 21 – 25, 2018, One Ocean Resort and Spa, Atlantic Beach, Florida

The 2018 Society of Psychologists in Management (SPIM) conference brings together psychologist managers and leaders in both the not-for-profit and for profit / commercial arenas, as well as in privately held companies, government, public policy, academia, and a wide variety of other industries. We will be engaging in various discussions about leaders and organizations navigating transitions -- for themselves, with their teams and in their organizations. Leaders, and consultants / coaches who work with leaders, need a robust appreciation for and clear understanding of the many challenges and dynamics in how individuals and organizational entities evolve over time.

The 2018 SPIM conference, located at One Ocean Resort and Spa in Atlantic Beach, Florida provides opportunities to listen and participate in lively discussions with leaders and practitioners on several important issues related to various changes and transitions experienced by leaders and in organizations. We are a diverse group of psychologists from all career phases. A welcoming culture with stimulating and supportive colleagues, we appreciate meeting new psychologist mangers and those who consultant with / coach them, as well as connecting with our long-standing SPIM members, all of whom enjoy and benefit from a stellar conference with an engaging community of like-minded professionals. Please read below for more information on the upcoming conference.

J. Rick Day, MBA, PhD, PsyD, ABPP, 2018 SPIM Program Chair

For more information and to register, please visit our website at http://www.spim.org/2018conference.shtml

Posted: November 9, 2017

Psychology of Media & Technology Preconference

We would like to invite you to the Psychology of Media & Technology Preconference at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, 2018. The preconference will take place on Thursday, March 1, 2018 in Atlanta, GA. In this preconference, researchers from psychology, communication science, data science, organizational behavior, and industry explore big data, social media, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality both as tools for psychological research and as factors influencing human cognition, emotion, and behavior.

By Nov 15, 2017, you can submit a poster or a data blitz talk for the Psychology of Media & Technology Preconference. Two free registrations for the entire conference including the preconference are available for exceptional submissions. You can find more details on our webpage: meeting.spsp.org/preconferences/media-psychology

We are particularly proud to present such a stellar and diverse line-up of speakers at this year's preconference.

The Organizing Committee
Kostadin KushlevDepartment of Psychology, University of Virginia (kushlevk@gmail.com)
Gabriella HarariDepartment of Communication, Stanford University (gabriella.harari@gmail.com)
Brad OkdieDepartment of Psychology, Ohio State University (okdie.2@osu.edu)

Posted: November 6, 2017

Institute of Work Psychology Conference 2018

The IWP International Conference is held every two years.  It’s a friendly event, attracting I/O psychologists from around 40 countries to discuss issues of the moment which are unconventional as well as conventional.  The next Conference will take place between 19 and 21 June 2018 in Sheffield, UK – ideally placed for part of a European holiday.

Previous North American participants have reported favorably about their experience, and 2018 keynote speakers include Tim Judge from USA and Kevin Kelloway from Canada.  You might like to consider joining them and other enthusiasts for a stimulating few days.

Details about the meeting and about how to submit a paper are at http://iwpconference.group.shef.ac.uk/.  It’s worth a look!

(For the Institute of Work Psychology itself, see https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/management/research/iwp)

Posted: November 1, 2017

Validation Study: Survey Responses Requested!

As part of our thesis requirements, two researchers are hoping to get some help from the SIOP community to validate their measure on growth after highly stressful experiences at work.

The purpose of our study is to measure the positive growth experienced after a very stressful event at work. Some examples of this type of stress could be going through major organizational change, layoffs at work, conflict among colleagues, overwhelming workload, witnessing or experiencing harassment etc.

The qualifying criteria to take the survey are as follows:

  • you are 19 years or older
  • you have have been through any form of a highly stressful experience at work in the last 10 years
  • you are a fluent English speaker

The time this survey should take to complete is between 10-15 minutes. We hope that you can find the time to complete this and potentially pass it on to 2 others who you know may fit the qualifications.

You can access the survey through the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WPGrowth

The deadline for taking the survey is: November 30, 2017

You will have the opportunity at the end to be entered to win one of 5 $20 Starbucks gift cards and receive an executive summary of the results if you so choose.

Questions about this study may be directed to Alizah Lakhani at alakhani@my.adler.edu

Posted: October 19, 2017

Call for studies: Organisational-level work redesign interventions measuring performance

I am a Research Fellow within the Centre for Transformative Work Design (CTWD) at the University of Western Australia. I am currently working on a review of organisational-level work redesign interventions measuring performance.

I would be very grateful if any researchers who are involved in, or know about, any such intervention studies, particularly ones which are currently being conducted / have been conducted recently, could contact me with information.

Thank you very much in advance for your help, it is much appreciated.

Best regards, Caroline Knight
For more information, please email me at caroline.knight@uwa.edu.au

Posted: September 20, 2017

Virtual Workers Needed for Dissertation Research

I am a SIOP student member and PhD candidate in I-O Psychology at the University of Phoenix.  I am seeking virtual workers to participate in my mixed methods dissertation research.  Although research on virtual teams continues to increase, the available research does not include research findings based on a significant sample of workplace virtual team members, as opposed to research based on student populations.  The purpose of this sequential explanatory mixed methods study (QUAN-QUAL) is to explore the perspectives of virtual team members about how performance coaching, mentoring, training, and learning contribute to their personal development as a virtual team member.  The link to the first phase survey is below:


Deadline for the survey is: December 31, 2017

Posted: June 26, 2017

Travel with APA to Bangladesh in 2018

Tentative dates: February 13th-23rd, 2018

If you sign up for the trip, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Learn about psychology in Bangladesh

  • Attend the Asian Psychological Association (APsyA) and the International Council of Psychology Educators (ICOPE) Conferences

  • Visit with colleagues in mental health centers and psychology departments

  • Participate in cultural visits and tours

If you are interested in learning more, please contact: sasonganyi@apa.org

Deadline for inquiries: March 31, 2017.

Posted January 31, 2017

Come spend a year in Washington, DC, as an APA fellow in a congressional office or federal science agency

The American Psychological Association invites applications for the 2017 – 2018 Congressional Fellowships and Executive Branch Science Fellowship.

The APA Congressional Fellowship Program offers two psychologists the unique opportunity to spend a year on Capitol Hill working as special legislative assistants in a U.S. House or Senate office. The Congressional Fellows engage in a diverse range of policymaking activities, such as drafting legislation, writing speeches, meeting with constituents and outside groups, and conducting background research. Through funding from the American Psychological Foundation, one of the Congressional Fellowship positions is available to psychologists with a background in developmental or clinical psychology and experience working directly with children.

The APA Executive Branch Science Fellowship is an incredible opportunity for a research psychologist to work as a special assistant in a federal agency on issues ranging from science policy to research administration. Each fellow’s year-long placement is tailored to the individual fellow’s interest and expertise. Past placements have included the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy, National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, Department of Justice, and U.S. Agency for International Development. Our current APA Executive Branch Science Fellow is placed at the National Institute of Justice.

More information and the applications for the 2017-2018 fellowship year are available on the APA Fellowships Webpage. Completed applications are due by Friday, January 6, 2017. For questions about the Congressional Fellowship Program, contact Micah Haskel-Hoehl, Fellowship Program Administrator, by email or phone: (202) 336-5935. For questions about the Executive Branch Science Fellowship please contact Dr. Heather O’Beirne Kelly, Fellowship Director, by email or phone (202) 336-5932.

Posted: October 6, 2016

The De Lange Conference X: Humans, Machines, and The Future of Work

The conference will focus on issues created by the impact of information technology on labor markets over the next 25 years, addressing questions such as:

  • What advances in artificial intelligence, robotics and automation are expected over the next 25 years?

  • What will be the impact of these advances on job creation,job destruction and wages in the labor market?

  • What skills are required for the job market of the future?

  • Can education prepare workers for that job market?

  • What educational changes are needed?

  • What economic and social policies are required to integrate people who are left out of future labor markets?

  • How can we preserve and increase social mobility in such an environment?

The De Lange Conference will feature renowned speakers from academia, industry and leading think tanks with expertise in technology, economics, social sciences and the humanities. More information and registration will be available at delange.rice.edu.

The biennial De Lange Conferences, funded by the De Lange Endowment , were established by C.M. and Demaris Hudspeth in honor of Demaris' parents, Albert and Demaris De Lange.


Posted: August 10, 2016

American Psychological Association Launches Style CENTRAL®

July 11, 2016 marks the official launch of APA Style CENTRAL®, the only authoritative and complete institutional online environment for teaching, writing, and publishing in APA Style®. It has been designed to help users develop their writing and professional research skills, and features full integration of APA’s best-selling Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association®.

Visit http://www.apastyle.org/products/asc-landing-page.aspx for more information or contact APAStyleCentral@apa.org for related questions.

Posted: July 14, 2016