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PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology

The Industrial/Organizational Psychology Program is one of the cornerstones of the Psychology Department's efforts to achieve national and international recognition in psychology. 

The I/O Psychology program focuses on issues such as the psychology of Human Resource Management, Group Behavior, Cultural Diversity in Organizations, Employee Health and Well-being, and Training and Development. The program emphasizes a commitment both to research and application as a part of individual specialty area development.


Guilty until proven innocent: police perceptions affect investigations

Friday, October 19, 2018

  When an investigator believes an innocent person is guilty, a wrongful conviction is a real possibility, researchers find. Research […]

Intervention more important than ADHD diagnosis, researcher says

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

All children — with or without ADHD — can benefit from behavioral strategies. A recent study published in the Journal […]

Faculty and students react to Nobel Peace Prize

Monday, October 15, 2018

We value the importance in sharing the expertise and diverse perspectives of members of the university community. In this series, we […]