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New IOP Practice Forum Now Accepting Submissions

11/9/2016-

by SIOP Administrative Office

Submissions to the new Practice Forum of the SIOP journal Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice are currently being accepted and will continue to do so on a continuous basis.

Do you have an interesting case study that provides some best practices and lessons-learned for practicing industrial-organizational (I-O) psychology? Have you encountered and addressed challenges, obstacles, or setbacks when practicing I-O psychology that could facilitate new ideas, practical guidance, or research questions for the I-O community?

If so, then consider submitting!

The purpose of the Forum is to advance the understanding of effective practice of industrial-organizational (I-O) psychology through the publication of original manuscripts focusing on I-O practice issues.

The Forum provides members with an outlet for communicating and/or learning about current trends, lessons-learned, best practices, effective principles, relevant issues, different points of view, applied recommendations, and implementation challenges, associated with practice in I-O psychology. Prospective authors can review the submission guidelines, including descriptions of the different types of articles and formats being considered here.

Submissions could include case studies involving the implementation of I-O services, systems, or tools; descriptions of new techniques, concepts, or approaches for I-O practice; debates/discussions between practitioners on I-O topics; commentaries on challenging or emerging practice issues with calls for research support; summaries of key takeaways from the Leading Edge Consortium; or discussion of implications for practitioners of current research or theoretical issues within I-O. It is also a space where researchers might pose questions to practitioners in order to better refine questions around relevant, practical topics.

A full description of and the history behind the Forum can be found here.

If you have any questions about the Forum, please do not hesitate to contact Mark Poteet at mlpoteet@verizon.net.