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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.


Raising a child with ADHD costs five times more than raising a child without ADHD, study finds

Friday, April 05, 2019

Raising a child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) costs American families an estimated $5.8 billion every year—five times more […]

Dr. Bruk-Lee weighs in on the American workforce

Thursday, April 04, 2019

Did you know we put in more hours at our jobs than several other industrialized countries? The latest edition of […]

Women in Research: Lorraine Bahrick

Thursday, March 28, 2019

The FIU’s Infant Development Lab is bright and inviting with blue couches and colored toys and books everywhere. This warm, welcoming […]