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The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist

Vol. 37/No. 2  October, 1999



A Message From Your President
Angelo DeNisi

SIOP 1999 Member Survey Results
Jeff Schneider and Kristin Smith

Finding Research Agendas: Getting Started Weick-Like
Craig C. Lundberg 

MBAs in I-O Psychology: Barbarians at the Gate or Allies
Against Organizational Inertia

William M. Verdi

Creating Teamwork in the Midst of Organizational Chaos
Nasha London-Vargas



From the Editor: Things That Make You Go Hmm
Allan H. Church

Practice Network: School's Out ForeverNOT!
Life-Long Learning for I-O Psychologists
Michael M. Harris ]

TIP-TOPics for Students
Kim Hoffman and Suzanne Vu

The Real World: Y2K: Why Ask Why?
Janine Waclawski 

International Forum
Dirk D. Steiner 

Informed Decisions: Research Based-Practice Notes
Steven G. Rogelberg

Global Vision: Recognizing Our Organizational Paradigms:
Lessons from a Historical Review of the Contribution of Work Psychology from Three Continents to Occupational Health and Safety Management
Charmine E. J. Hrtel

Early Careers: Another New Beginning
Dawn Riddle and Lori Foster 


Building Bridges
K. Denise Bane 

The 1999 New SIOP Fellows 

Spreading the Good Word:
Introducing I-O in Introductory Psychology

Peter Bachiochi and Debra Major 

Preview of 2000 SIOP Pre-Conference Workshops
Karen B. Paul

15th Annual Industrial-Organizational Psychology
Doctoral Consortium

Michelle Marks

The Winners of the 1999 SIOpen Golf Tournament

Call for Fellowship Nominations
William H. Macey

Call for Program Proposals:
2000 APA Convention in Washington

Janis Cannon-Bowers

OCR Issues Draft Guide on Disparate Impact
in Educational Testing

Wayne Camara

EEOC Guidance on Reasonable Accommodation
and Undue Hardship Under the ADA

Heather Roberts Fox

U.S. Supreme Court Clarifies Definition of Disability
Maureen Toner and David W. Arnold, Esq. 

When Are Punitive Damages Available Under Title VII
Emily K. Demonte and David W. Arnold, Esq. 

SIOP Announces the 1999_2000 Awards Committee Members 

Third Circuit's Lanning v. SEPTA Decision:
"Business Necessity" Requires Setting Minimum Standards

James C. Sharf 





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