SIOP Launches Advocacy Initiative on Veterans Transition

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In honor of Veterans Day, SIOP is proud to announce a new initiative that applies I-O evidence-based research to the transition of service members to the civilian workforce.

This effort is a collaboration between Lewis-Burke Associates LLC and the Government Relations Advocacy Team (GREAT) at SIOP. Lewis-Burke will spearhead the government relations outreach, connect with key policymakers, and seek opportunities to profile I-O findings to federal stakeholders interested in veterans’ transition. 

Ensuring All Feel Welcome

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SIOP Committees and Leaders Work to Promote Diversity, Justice, and Equality

Through its efforts to promote the research and practice of I-O psychology, SIOP brings individuals, groups, and organizations together to understand and promote diversity, justice, and equality both nationally and internationally, within organizations and beyond.  SIOP supports our current committee work to this end and welcomes member involvement.

If Your Friends Jumped Off a Cliff...

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Study Shows the Power of Social Media Over Ethical Perceptions

Throughout history, parents have been asking their children variations of the question, “If all your friends jumped off a cliff, would you jump off too?”

Researchers explored that time-honored question in the context of social media and ethics for a study that generated a lot of interest when presented at the 2017 Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology in Orlando, Florida.

Applying Psychological Science to World Issues

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Michele Gelfand Wins International Psychology Award

SIOP Fellow Michele Gelfand is widely known for her work on the evolution and consequences of cultural differences, negotiation and conflict, revenge and forgiveness, and diversity.

A professor and Distinguished University Scholar Teacher at University of Maryland, College Park, she recently received the 2017 US Outstanding International Psychologist Award given by Division 52 (International Psychology) of the American Psychological Association.



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