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Members in the Media

Amber Stark, SIOP Marketing and Communications Manager

Awareness of I-O psychology has been on the rise thanks to articles written by and/or featuring our SIOP members. These are member media mentions found from December 12, 2021, through March 6, 2022. We share them on our social media and in this column, which you can use to find potential collaborators, spark ideas for research, and keep up with your fellow I-O colleagues.

We scan the media on a regular basis, but sometimes articles fall through our net. If we’ve missed your or a colleague’s media mention, please email them to


Ludmila Praslova on neurodiversity discrimination:

Ludmila Praslova on myths about neurodivergent people:

Mental Health, Burnout, and Worker Well-Being

Malissa Clark on how to overcome workaholism:

Melissa Doman on why downtime is necessary:

Ludmila Praslova on moral injury:

Melissa Doman on talking about mental health at work:

Melissa Doman on perks to keep employees happy:

Melissa Doman on how to ensure employees feel supported in a tumultuous time:

Teleworking and Technology

José María Peiró on teleworking and technology parks:

Elora Voyles on the invisible barrier holding remote workers back:

Elora Voyles on how the "Zoom ceiling" might hurt your chance of promotion:

Steven Hunt on how technology is continually transforming work:

Nigel Guenole on whether HR can adapt to the paradoxes of artificial intelligence:

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Kizzy Parks and Bernardo Ferdman on the fastest growing field where psychologists are sought after: equity, diversity, and inclusion:

Enrica Ruggs on the impacts of pro-LGBT business policies:

The Postpandemic Workplace

Anthony Klotz on the three trends that will dominate work in 2022:

Michael Leiter and Christina Maslach on remote work:

Reeshad Dalal on life after the great resignation:


Steven Rogelberg on the science of meetings:

Adam C. Bandelli on workplace relationships:

Tristan Casey on making safety training “stickier”:

Hannes Zacher on the effects of action planning after employee surveys:

Ludmila Praslova and Gena Cox on the belief that work and being a worker is at the core of someone’s identity:

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