APA President-Elect Candidates Offer Their Positions on I-O Issues
APA elections are just around the corner. To help members prepare to cast their ballots, SIOP asked this year’s president-elect candidates about how I-O would fit into their presidencies.
APA members nominated five candidates to appear on the 2012 president-elect ballot. The final ballot will be sent to all SIOP members who are voting APA members on Sept. 14, 2012. Once again this year, SIOP’s External Relations Committee has solicited from the APA president-elect candidates responses to two questions pertinent to I-O psychologists:
- How will your initiatives influence the practice and science of I-O psychology?
- How will you ensure that you hear and reflect the point of view of I-O psychology and other non-healthcare provider groups within APA?
The candidates were asked to restrict their responses to one page or less (total) and return them to SIOP by the end of July. Please click the links below to view each of their responses.
- Sheldon Cohen, PhD, Robert E. Doherty Professor of Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University
- Paul L. Craig, PhD, ABPP, board-certified clinical neuropsychologist in Anchorage, AK
- Todd Finnerty, PsyD, PsychContinuingEd.com, LLC, Columbus, OH
- Douglas C. Haldeman, PhD, independent practice in Seattle, Washington
- Nadine J. Kaslow, PhD, ABPP, Emory University School of Medicine
To learn more about each candidate, visit the APA elections webpage here.