SIOP 2004 Expanded Tutorials
Lisa M. Finkelstein
Northern Illinois University
On behalf of SIOP and the Expanded Tutorials Subcommittee, I am pleased to announce the Fifth Annual Expanded Tutorial Sessions at the SIOP 2004 conference in Chicago. The goal of the Expanded Tutorials is to provide a more in-depth opportunity to explore an important area of research or a current methodological issue from a scholarly perspective. Thus, they are primarily academic in nature and address state-of-the-art research and theory from the perspective of top scholars.
The following tutorials are sponsored by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Inc. and presented as part of the 19th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Inc. APA Division 14 is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. APA Division 14 maintains responsibility for the program. Three (3) hours of continuing education (CE) credits are awarded for the participants in one (1) Expanded Tutorial.
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- Duration: Sessions are 3 hours long and you can earn 3 CE credits for attending.
- Enrollment: Enrollment for each session is limited to 40 individuals.
- When: Sunday, April 4, 9:00 a.m.12:00 noon. The location will be at the conference site; the specific location will be provided in the conference program.
- Cost: Each Expanded Tutorial will cost $75.00 (U.S.).
- R You must complete the Expanded Tutorials section of the general conference registration form (also available on the SIOP Web site) and include payment in your total.
- Cancellation: Tutorial fees canceled by March 10, 2004, will be refunded less a $25.00 (U.S.) administrative fee.
Topics and Presenters
Getting Your Hands Dirty: Academic and Applied Perspectives on Conducting Organizational
Research. Elaine Pulakos, Personnel Decisions Research Institutes, and Ann Marie Ryan, Michigan State University. Coordinator: Susan White.
Work Motivation in the 21st Century: Mapping New Directions for Theory and
Research. Ruth Kanfer, Georgia Institute of Technology. Coordinator: Gilad Chen.
Measurement Invariance: Conceptual and Data Analysis
Issues. David Chan, National University of Singapore. Coordinator: Steve
Using Conditional Reasoning in Organizational
Research. Lawrence James and Michael McIntyre, University of Tennessee, and Jose Cortina, George Mason University. Coordinator: James
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