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Welcome to SIOP's Premier Journal!

Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice is an official publication of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.

The first issue of the journal debuted in March 2008, produced by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, an industry leader in journal publishing.

SIOP members receive this publication as a part of membership. A copy of each issue is mailed to members. Additionally, members can access the journal electronically by logging into the SIOP Web site and clicking the link at the bottom of this page. Nonmembers may also subscribe to the journal for a fee.  

Kevin Murphy serves
as the journal's editor.

About the Editor

Two focal articles are now available for Volume 7 Issue 4 of the journal.
To view the focal articles, please click the links below.

Commentaries are being accepted until May 30.

Format and Submissions

FOCAL ARTICLES

Corrections for Criterion Reliability in Validity Generalization: A False Prophet in a Land of Suspended Judgment by James M. LeBreton, Kelly T. Scherer, and Lawrence R. James

Subscriptions

by Aharon Tziner, Erich C. Fein, and Assa Birati
Please Login to the SIOP Web site to access the journal.    

 Calling All Practitioners!

In the short time since I became editor of this journal, one thing has become clear.  I-O practitioners are not submitting focal articles or commentaries in numbers that come near to representing their presence in SIOP.  As someone who has worked both in academics and practice, I appreciate that writing articles is valued and supported in some settings more than in others, but if we want IOP to be more than an academic discussion, we need your help. The perspectives of I-O psychologists who work in nonacademic settings are very valuable, but they will not be represented in this journal if practitioners do not engage more fully with the journal.  Even if you work in a setting where there is no time and no support for writing a focal article, please scan the journal as new articles come out and contribute commentaries.  We will be a better journal if the perspectives of I-O psychologists who are practitioners are better represented