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New Year, New Issue of TIP

If your New Year’s resolution is to connect with the latest research, become more involved with SIOP, or reinvigorate your career, then your first step should be to check out the winter 2023 issue of The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist (TIP).

The Bridge column presents insights into the mind of the successful remote worker Opening Up explains the advantages of big team collaboration. The challenges of being a woman of child-bearing age while in a tenure-track faculty position are examined by Nitya Chawla.

SIOP’s advocacy accomplishments in partnership with Lewis-Burke are laid out in the SIOP in Washington year in review. SIOP news continues with an update on the Diversifying I-O Psychology Program. Award winners are celebrated in two interviews conducted by SIOP Communications Officer Liberty Munson.

Members in the Media again presents the most recent publications and appearances by SIOP members in all manner of media, from television to print to podcasts. If you are looking for a collaborator, check out this impressive list!

A new column by Carrie Ott-Holland takes a fresh look at so-called “pop” psychology. Instead of dismissing it, she digs deeper to find the pieces that can be helpful in I-O practice. Remember, pop stands for popular!

These and many more articles are available now.

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