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Planning for ChicagoSIOPs Program at APA

Rosemary Hays-Thomas
University of West Florida

As I write this, we are putting the finishing touches on the SIOP portion of the APA program to be presented next August in Chicago. This year the convention has been restructured with three types of programming: regular divisional programming, APA-wide sessions, and newly-conceived cluster programming designed by groups of divisions. Division 14 is assigned to Cluster B, along with Div. 5 (Measurement), Div. 13 (Consulting), Div. 19 (Military), Div. 21 (Applied Experimental and Engineering), and Div. 23 (Consumer Psychology).

One effect of the restructuring is that there will be fewer competing programs. In addition, the convention has been shortened to 4 days, ending on Sunday. Blessedly, all substantive programming will be scheduled in one place (The McCormick Center), so conventioneers wont spend more time walking or on busses than they do in sessions! We hope this will lead to a more pleasant and productive convention experience for those of you who attend.

There is much of interest for SIOP members at this years convention. Besides our regular divisional programming outlined below, there is Cluster B programming on fairness and on technology (with several SIOP members presenting). For those of you who are licensed (or just want to update) there are expanded opportunities to earn CE credits. And there is relevant divisional programming organized by kindred divisions such as Divs. 5, 8, 9, 17, 19, 21, and others. In the Convention Program you will see Div. 14 colisted on sessions organized by other divisions when they seem relevant for our members.

Outlined below are CE workshops, followed by our SIOP programming and the Cluster B program. These are listed as we have submitted them. The days and times of sessions may be altered between now and the program publication, so updated information will appear in the July issue of TIP. But this should get you started on your plans to attend the Chicago meeting!

CE Workshops

Introduction to Cognitive Ability and Personality Testing for Employment Decision Making, Ann Marie Ryan and Wanda Campbell

Human Factors

SIOP Divisional Programming

Thursday, August 22, 810 a.m.

Symposium Graduate Study in I-O Psychology: The Issue of Student Funding, Alice F. Stuhlmacher, Jane A. Halpert, Sebastiano A. Fisicaro, Maryalice Citera, and Keith A. Carroll


Practitioner Forum Going High-Tech: Implications of Technology for Federal Margaret G. Barton, Andrea J. Bright, Ernest M. Paskey, John M. Ford, J. Patrick Sharpe, and Vera A. Garcia

 

Friday, August 23, 8 a.m.3p.m.

Executive Coaching Workshop  Professional Issues and Practice (4 hours), Vicki V. Vandaveer, David B. Peterson, and Karol M. Wasylyshyn

 
Poster Session
(A partial listing)

Using Scenario Responses for Scoring Situational Judgment Tests

MMPI Scales and Performance on Preemployment Selection Tests; Procedural and Distributive Justice Perceptions in Selection Testing

Personality Characteristics of our Future LeadersOr Managers?

Proactive Personality in a Mediation Model of Job Transition Coping

Role of Dispositional Aggressiveness and Organizational Injustice in Deviant Workplace Behavior

The Assessment of Behavior-Based Interrole Conflict

A Stress-Appraisal Framework of PTSD-Related Responses to Workplace Aggression

Mediating Effects of Intervention on Salivary Cortisol in Railroad Workers

Relationships and Negotiation: Meta-Analyses and a Path Model

Management Development: Personality, g, and Managerial Support

Leadership Efficacy, Gender, and Leader Emergence: A Comparison of Communication Medium

Computer Self-Efficacy and Anxiety as Predictors of Computer Performance

Development of a Systems Model for Preventing Medication Errors

Proactive Personality as a Predictor of Professional Updating

Whats All the Buzz about Vibro-Tactile Cueing?

Organizational Energy Conservation: Assessing Knowledge, Attitudes, Social Norms and Behavior

RealTime Patient Satisfaction Improvement Process

The Effects of Criticality and Justice on Service Recovery

An Identity Crisis: All of Psychology is Not the Same

ClickThe Boss is Coming! Managing Employee Internet Abuse

Using Structural Equation Modeling to Validate a National Certification Exam

Constructions of Organizational Fit Among Research University Faculty

Its Lonely at the Top: Executives Emotional Intelligence Self [Mis]perceptions

Personal Motivations and Leadership Styles in Organizational Settings

Finding a Place for Emotion in I-O Theory and Practice

Examining the Interaction Between Goal Orientation and Ability

Harnessing the Personality Qualities of the Extrovert in the Workplace

When Work and School Clash: A Model of Interrole Conflict

 

Symposium Beneath the Numbers: Factors Influencing the Psychometrics of Multisource Ratings, Robert B. Kaiser, S. Bartholomew Craig, Nambury S. Raju, Sylvia G. Roch, Larry L. Laffitte, Michael A. Barr, Anthony R. Paquin, Roseanne J. Foti, Francis J. Yammarino

Workshop Helping Employees Deal with Change in the Workplace Terrence J. Neary, Kalpana Rao, Carlissa R. Hughes

Social hour 47 p.m., cosponsored with Divisions 19 (Military) and 21 (Applied Engineering).

 

Saturday, August 24, 13 p.m.

Workshop Being Inclusive at Work: Impacts on Individual and Organizational Effectiveness (2 hrs), Bernardo M. Ferdman and Martin N. Davidson

Social hour Sponsored by Div. 5, Measurement.

 

Sunday, August 25, 8 a.m.2 p.m.

Symposium Emerging Directions in Work and Family Research, Angie L. Lockwood, Wendy J. Casper, Lillian T. Eby, Jennifer E. Swanberg, Debra A. Major, Suzanne M. Clark, Rebekah A. Cardenas, Terri McKinstry, Darren Ritzer, Louis C. Buffardi, Kevin Eric Fox, Traci M. Sitzmann, Ann L. Landy, M. Evalena Ascalon, Julian Barling

 

Panel Strategies for Teaching Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Nancy J. Stone, Allen I. Huffcutt, Elizabeth L. Shoenfelt, Janet L. Kottke, Laura L. Koppes

 Symposium Unproctored Internet Testing and Interviewing: Emerging Trends and Issues, William Shepherd, Kevin Wooten, Jana Fallon, Jim Beaty

Paper Session 

International Issues in I-O: Motivating Knowledge Sharing Among Fortune 500 Oil Refinery Employees in India, Dishan Kamdar, Ho-Beng Chia, Glenn J. Nosworthy, and Yue-Wah Chay

Sensation Seeking Influences on Workplace Learning and Performance, Thomas G. Reio, Jr., Joanne Sanders-Reio

Psychophysiological and Psychosocial Indicators of Stress in Portuguese Health Professionals, Scott E. McIntyre, Teresa M. McIntyre, Vera Araujo-Soares, Margarida Figuereido, Derek Johnston

Rumor Control Strategies with French Consumer Goods Firms, Allan J. Kimel and Anne-Francoisse Audrain

Symposium Attitude Strength and Structure: Implications for I-O Research, Joseph W. Huff, Deidra J. Schleicher, Chris Parker, Steven Wagner, Nicholas Gronow, Stephanie Morlan, Larissa Phillips, Melissa Brittain, John Watt, Gary Greguras, Howard Weiss

 

Cluster B Programming
Thursday, August 22, 16 p.m.

 Playing Fair: Juggling Multiple Views of Fairness

This first section of programming by Cluster B is intended to explore the concept of fairness from various perspectives represented by and relevant to the divisions in our cluster. We begin with a noted journalists thoughtful perspective on the notion of fairness as it is seen by the average working person. Studs Terkel will be interviewed by an associate, with questions provided by members of our cluster. The programming then turns to a panel whose members represent the various viewpoints of measurement, industrial/organizational, applied experimental, military, and consulting psychology, addressing the manner in which fairness is addressed in their areas of expertise. Next, two attorneys will discuss fairness and ethics as psychologists will see them in the arenas of practice and education. Finally, the programming closes with a Continuing Education workshop by Kevin Murphy covering fairness in the measurement of human attributes.

1:001:50 A Conversation with Studs Terkel: The Working Persons View of Fairness

2:003:30 Multiple Views of Fairness: Whats Hot (and Whats Not) in the Division; Chair: Rosemary Hays-Thomas; Panelists: Wayne J. Camara, The View from Measurement, Kecia M. Thomas and Harriet Landau, JD, The View from Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Alan Lesgold, The View from Div. 21: Fairness in Education and Training Janice H. Laurence, The View from the Military: Gender and Race/Ethnicity, Gregory Pennington, The View from Consulting Psychology

3:304:20 When Ethics and Law Collide: Issues from Education and Practice; Chair: Mark Appelbaum; Panelists: Steve Behnke, JD or Billy Henefeld, JD, Director of APA Ethics Office, Director of Legal and Regulatory Affairs, APA, Second panelist to address educational issues-TBA

4:306:00 Figuring Fairness: A Workshop on Item Fairness (CE awarded); Presenter: Kevin R. Murphy

 

Saturday, August 24, 8 a.m.1 p.m.

Psychotechnology

 

Keynote Address  Technology: Challenges and Opportunities, David Woods, Ohio State University Institute for Ergonomics. Chaired by Doug Griffith

Panel Discussion Technological Implications for Organizational,Con Chair: Doug Griffith; Panelists: Frank Landy, William Macey, Allen Parchem, Alan Nicewander

Video/Poster Session  Psychotechnology  Demonstrations and discussions about human factors research; Participants: Doug Griffith, Steven Kass, David Diamond, others

Closing Wrap-Up Conversations with all of the above, plans for light fare and libations.

 

Come to Chicago next August and see what you think of the new, revised convention format. We hope to see you there!

 

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