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2001 American Psychological Association Convention:  Division 14 (SIOP) Program Highlights

Janis Cannon-Bowers
Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division

The 2001 APA Convention in San Francisco is just around the corner, running from August 24 through August 28. All Division 14 (SIOP) events are scheduled between August 24 and 26, 2001, within the Focus on Science programming. We are excited to have secured high-quality symposia as well as excellent papers, posters, and a conversation hour. Symposia include Personality in Industrial-Organizational Psychology chaired by Richard Thompson, Models of Job Burnout: Evaluation and Future Directions chaired by Esther Greenglass and Michael Leiter, g: News on Its Correlates and Causality chaired by Frank Schmidt, Evolving Concepts of Retirement for the 21st Century chaired by Kenneth Shultz and Mary Anne Taylor, and Supplementing Traditional Instruction in a Masters I-O Psychology Program chaired by Mark Agars and Janelle Gilbert. In addition to the symposia, Mitchell Marks will conduct a conversation hour entitled Making Mergers and Acquisitions Work: Advanced Roles for I-O Psychologists. This years Division 14 program also highlights eight paper sessions. The entire 2001 APA Convention Program can be found on the Web at www.apa.org.

My special thanks go to the members of the APA Program Committee for their efforts in putting together a high-quality program: Peter Antinoro, Kenneth Bonanno II, Barbara Fritzsche, Lawrence Jesky, Tiffany Keller, Douglas Maynard, Lynn Ann McFarland, Kathleen Suckow, and Darlene Trimarco. Without the Program Committee, my job as program chair would be impossible! I also would like to thank my graduate assistants Danielle Merket and Toral Patel for their efforts in helping to plan and organize the program. It has been wonderful serving as program chair for the past 2 years, and it is my pleasure in welcoming Rosemary Hays-Thomas as the next APA Division 14 program chair. Were looking forward to seeing you in San Francisco in August! 

2001 APA Division 14 (SIOP) Program
San Francisco, August 2428

Focus on Science Extended Poster Session
Psychology in the Workplace

(Only Division 14 Posters are Listed) 

Kristin Parker, Wright State University, Role Stressors as Mediators of the Supervisor SupportStrain Relationship; coauthors: Alicia Stevens, Wright State University, Jeannie Southworth, Wright State University, Jean Edwards, Wright State University

Jenny Kuang, Old Dominion University, Culture and Team Performance in Foreign Flight Crews; co-author: Donald Davis, Old Dominion University

Morgan Morrison, George Mason University, A Link in the WorkFamily CultureOrganizational Commitment Relationship; coauthors: Dena Papazoglou, George Mason University, Louis Buffardi, George Mason University

Robert Tett, University of Tulsa, Specific Versus Aggregated Measures in Personality-Job Performance Relations; coauthors: Mitch Rothstein, University of Western Ontario, Dawn Burnett, University of Tulsa, Michael Parkes, University of Western Ontario

Sidney Fisher, George Mason University, Maternal Separation Anxiety and a Womans Career Choice; coauthors: Alison OBrien, George Mason University, Louis Buffardi, George Mason University, Carol Erdwins, George Mason University

C. Ward Struthers, York University, Judging Up the Ladder: Understanding the Social Motivation of Subordinates; coauthors: Ania Czyznielewski, York University, Judy Eaton, York University, Rejeanne Dupuis, York University

Verlin Hinsz, North Dakota State University, Competitiveness and Competition Influences in Goal Setting Situations

Ross Solomon, Hofstra University, The Effects of Caffeine on Female Office Workers; coauthor: Mitchell Schare, Hofstra University

Patricia Raskin, Columbia University, Turnover Intentions of Women with Families in a Service Organization; coauthors: Jennifer OReilly, Columbia University, Judith Frankel, Columbia University, Kim Sanabria, Columbia University

Hal Gregersen, Brigham Young University, Korean Expatriates Personal Characteristics and Their Relationship to Work Outcomes; coauthor: J. Stewart Black, University of Michigan

Mitchell Nesler, Regents College, Employee Reactions to the Implication of a Permanence Management System

Douglas Lee Welsh, University of Alabama, Nursing Home Aide Job Performance Prediction Using the HCQ

Gary Christensen, Preemployment MMPI-2 Screening Among Correctional Officers: An Effective Instrument? coauthor: Stephen Lifrak, Walden University

Holly Osburn, University of Oklahoma, Beliefs and Values Characterizing Entrepreneurs; coauthors: Mary Connelly, University of Oklahoma, Brian Decker, University of Oklahoma

Judy VanDoorn, University of Oklahoma, Beliefs and Values Characterizing Leaders; coauthors: Rosemary Schultz, University of Oklahoma, Michael Mumford, University of Oklahoma

Juan Benavidez, University of Oklahoma, Affect as a Predictor of Interpersonal and Cognitive Leadership Behavior; coauthors: Whitney Helton, University of Oklahoma, Brian Decker, University of Oklahoma

Rosemary Schultz, University of Oklahoma, Using a Process-Based Measure of Cognitive Leadership Behavior; coauthors: Michael Mumford, University of Oklahoma, Juan Benavidez, University of Oklahoma, Natalie Garland, University of Oklahoma

Whitney Helton, University of Oklahoma, Affect as a Predictor of Interpersonal and Organizational Integrity; coauthors: Mary Connelly, University of Oklahoma, Brian Decker, University of Oklahoma

Frank Schmidt, University of Iowa, Interrater Correlations Estimate Reliability of Job Performance Ratings; coauthors: Chockalingam Viswesvaran, Florida International University, Deniz Ones, University of Minnesota

Deniz Ones, University of Minnesota, The Role of Impression Management on Predicting Managerial Job Performance; coauthors: Chockalingam Viswesvaran, Florida International University, Leaetta Hough, The Dunnette Group

Jessica Sterling, University at Albany, Affect and Dynamic Self-Regulation; coauthor Colin L. King, University at Albany

Michael Cullen, University of Minnesota, The 16PF and the Prediction of Police Officer Corruption; coauthor: Deniz Ones, University of Minnesota

Roberta Bernhard, San Francisco State University, Relationship of Emotional Competencies to Motivational Style and Climate

Deniz Ones, University of Minnesota, Job Applicant Response Distortion on Personality Scale Scores: Labor Market Influence; coauthor: Chockalingam Viswesvaran, Florida International University

Paper Session: Friday, 9:00-9:50
Stress, Work, and Family

John Lewis, NOVA Southeastern University, Florida Stockbrokers Feeling the Heat: Assessing Clinical and Organizational Factors; coauthor: Gwendy Millward, Center for Psychological Studies

Karen Garris, Brandeis University, Schedule Fit and Stress-Related Outcomes Among Women Doctors with Families; coauthor: Rosalind Chait Barnett, Brandeis University

Karen Garris, Brandeis University, Parent Quality, Job Demands, and Psychological Distress Among Women Doctors; coauthor: Rosalind Chait Barnett, Brandeis University

Symposium: Friday, 10:00-11:50
Models of Job Burnout: Evaluation and Future Directions

Cochairs: Esther Greenglass, York University, Michael Leiter, Acadia University

Esther Greenglass, York University, Proactive Coping and Burnout at Work

Michael Leiter, Acadia University, Building Engagement With Work: Addressing a Hospital Merger

Christina Maslach, University of CaliforniaBerkeley, Burnout and Engagement in Work Teams

Raymond Lee, University of Manitoba, Aggression in the Workplace and Burnout

Barry Farber, Columbia University, Subtypes of Burnout: Theory, Research, and Practice 

Symposium: Friday, 1:001:50
Personality and I-O Psychology
 

Chair: Richard Thompson, Consulting Psychologists Press, Inc.

Robert Hogan, Hogan Assessment Systems, Personality and Organizational Behavior

David Donnay, Consulting Psychologists Press, Personality and Managerial Performance by Industry, Function, and Executive Level

Michael Cullen, Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota, CPI and the Prediction of Police Officer Corruption; coauthor: Deniz Ones, University of Minnesota

Michael Heil, American Institutes for Research, Personnel Selection Tests: Construct Validity of a Measure of Normal Personality; coauthors: Brandy Agnew, Federal Aviation Administration, Cristy Detwiler, Federal Aviation Administration, Richard Thompson, Consulting Psychologists Press, Inc. 

Symposium: Friday, 2:003:50
g: News on Its Correlates and Causality
 

Chair: Frank Schmidt, University of Iowa

Judith Collins, Michigan State University, IQ and Crime: A Comprehensive Psychometric Meta-Analysis; coauthor: John Hunter, Michigan State University

Linda Gottfredson, University of Delaware, Health Literacy: More Evidence for the Practical Value of g

Stephen Petrill, Wesleyan University, Genes, Environments, and the Covariance Among Cognitive Aptitudes

Richard Haier, University of CaliforniaIrvine, Brain Imaging Studies and Higher Cognitive Functioning: What is the Neurobiological Basis of Intelligence?

Paper Session: Friday, 4:004:50
Organizational Issues

Mitch Rothstein, The University of Western Ontario, Need for Closure and Information Use in International Management Situations; coauthors: Gillian King, Thames Valley Childrens Center, Ilana Barak, University of Western Ontario

Orenia Yannai, Solving the ContinuityEntrepreneurship Dilemma in the Family Business; coauthor: Tamar Milo

Philip Harnden, Lockheed Martin, Middle Manager Perspectives on Government Organizational Change: Visual SEM Analysis; coauthors: Bruce Brown, Brigham Young University, Tamra Brown, Brigham Young University, Jon Meier, Brigham Young University 

Symposium: Saturday, 9:0010:50
Evolving Concepts of Retirement for the 21st Century
 

Cochairs: Kenneth Shultz, California State UniversitySan Bernardino, Mary Anne Taylor, Clemson University

Mary Anne Taylor, Clemson University, Retirement Adjustment: Social, Personal, Psychological, and Organizational Influence; coauthor: Kenneth Shultz, California State UniversitySan Bernardino

Peter Spiegel, California State UniversitySan Bernardino, Military Retirement Adjustment: Do Planning and Transferable Skills Help? coauthor: Kenneth Shultz, California State UniversitySan Bernardino

Harvey Sterns, University of Akron, Self-Management of Retirement; coauthor: Anthony Sterns, University of Akron

Dennis Doverspike, University of Akron, Recruiting, Retiring, and Retaining Older Baby Boomers; coauthors: Mary Anne Taylor, Clemson University, Kenneth Shultz, California State UniversitySan Bernardino

Paper Session: Saturday, 1:00-1:50
Employee Relations

John Aiello, Rutgers University, Feedback Sign and Pattern: Impact on Performance, Motivation, and Affect; coauthors: Joshua Feinberg, Rutgers University, Rebecca Caldwell, Rutgers University, Dami Chung, Rutgers University, Scott Roth, Rutgers University, Jessica Smedley, Rutgers University

Haven Battles, National Cancer Institute, Pediatric HIV Nurses: What Predicts Burnout and Intentions to Leave? coauthor: Lori Wiener, National Cancer Institute

Michelle Donovan, Terranova Consulting Group, Linking HR Employees Job Attitudes, Turnover, and Customer Satisfaction; coauthors: Karen May, Terranova Consulting Group, Tiffany Boykin, Terranova Consulting Group, Laura Bilskey, Terranova Consulting Group

Paper Session: Saturday, 2:002:50
Personality at Work

Mitch Rothstein, University of Western Ontario, Personality and Group Work: Evaluating Broad and Narrow Predictors; coauthor: Chantell Nicholls, University of Western Ontario

Chung Luk, City University of Hong Kong, Perception of Interpersonal Conflicts in Organizations; coauthor: Michelle Yik, The University of Hong Kong

Cynthia Hedricks, Caliper, Inc., Personality Profile of a Corporate Leader; coauthor: Harold Weinstein, Caliper, Inc.

Conversation Hour: Saturday, 3:003:50
Making Mergers and Acquisitions Work:
Advanced Roles for I-O Psychologists

Mitchell Marks, Making Mergers and Acquisitions Work: Advanced Roles for I-O Psychologists

Paper Session: Saturday, 4:004:50
Selection/Assessment

Elizabeth Weiss, Georgia Institute of Technology, Age Discrimination in Personnel Decisions: A Reexamination and Extension; coauthor: Todd Maurer, Georgia Institute of Technology

Deborah Abrams, Caliper, Inc., Validation of the Caliper Computer Aptitude Profile; coauthors: Cynthia Hedricks, Caliper, Inc., Harold Weinstein, Caliper, Inc.

Bruce Brown, Brigham Young University, Development of a Multidimensional Qualitative Profiling Instrument; coauthors: John Pickering, Commonwealth Center for High-Performance Organizations, Inc., Gerald Brokaw, Commonwealth Center for High-Performance Organizations, Inc., Philip Harnden, Lockheed Martin, Marissa Beyers, Brigham Young University

Paper Session: Sunday, 9:009:50
Outcomes of Emotional Intelligence, Employee Assistance Counseling, and Sexual Harassment Training Programs 

Fabio Sala, Hay/McBer, Do Programs Designed to Increase Emotional Intelligence Work at Work?

Mark Attridge, Optum, Personal and Work Performance Outcomes of Employee Assistance Counseling

Corey E. Miller, Wright State University, Effectiveness of a Case-Law-Based Sexual Harassment Training Program

Symposium: Sunday, 10:0010:50
Supplementing Traditional Instruction in a
Masters I-O Psychology Program

Cochairs: Mark Agars, California State UniversitySan Bernardino, Janelle Gilbert, California State UniversitySan Bernardino

Kenneth Shultz, California State UniversitySan Bernardino, Role of Internships in Masters Level I-O Training; coauthors: Janet Kottke, California State UniversitySan Bernardino, Mark Agars, California State UniversitySan Bernardino

Janelle Gilbert, California State UniversitySan Bernardino, Role of Mentoring in Masters Level I-O Training; coauthor: Mark Agars, California State UniversitySan Bernardino

Mark Agars, California State UniversitySan Bernardino, Role of Student Groups in Masters Level I-O Program; coauthor: Janelle Gilbert, California State UniversitySan Bernardino

Janet Kottke, California State UniversitySan Bernardino, Role of Outcomes Assessment in Masters Level I-O Training; coauthors: Kenneth Shultz, California State UniversitySan Bernardino

Paper Session: Sunday, 11:0011:50
Health, Society, and I-O Psychology
 

Anthony Grasha, University of Cincinnati, Role of Psychosocial Factors in Pharmacy Dispensing Errors

Bret Simmons, University of Alaska, Health for the Hopeful: Attachment Behavior in Home Health Care Nurses; coauthor: Debra Nelson, Oklahoma State University

Elizabeth Smailes, Columbia University, Quality of Work Life of Young Adults with Personality Disorders; coauthors: Stephanie Kasen, New York State Psychiatric Institute, Hemian Chen, New York State Psychiatric Institute, Becky Duf, New York State Psychiatric Institute, Patricia Cohen, Columbia University 

Paper Session: Sunday, 12:0012:50
What Works at Work

Kraig Schell, San Angelo, TX, Characteristics of Spontaneous Response Patterns in a Self-Paced Sequential Task; coauthor: Anthony Grasha, University of Cincinnati

Fabio Sala, Hay/McBer, Executive Use of Humor, Managerial Competence, and Emotional Intelligence

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