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Incorporating I-O Into an Introductory Psychology Course: A New Set of Custom Modules by the Education and Training Committee
The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist
  • Joseph A. Allen, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2013
Abstract
One concern that SIOP members often express at conferences and other gatherings of I-O psychologists is the general lack of visibility of I-O among the majority of the undergraduate students in psychology. Although interest in I-O psychology has grown among students, very few introductory psychology textbooks cover the topic. In an effort to address this concern, Mikki Hebl, the former Education and Training Committee Chair, invited a subcommittee composed of committee members and others who have expertise in undergraduate education to develop “shovel-ready” modules that introduce I-O topics to an introductory psychology audience. Those responsible for preparing the modules include Chris Cunningham, Carrie Bulger, Lisa Kath, Morrie Mullins, Mike Horvath, and Joseph Allen.
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Allen, J. A. (2013). Incorporating I/O into an Introductory Psychology Course: A New Set of Custom Modules by the Education and Training Committee. The Industrial Psychologist (TIP), 50(3), 144. © 2013 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. The original article can be found at http://www.siop.org.

Citation Information
Joseph A. Allen. "Incorporating I-O Into an Introductory Psychology Course: A New Set of Custom Modules by the Education and Training Committee" The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist Vol. 50 Iss. 3 (2013) p. 144 - 144
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/joseph_allen/3/