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Submit to APS!


by Reeshad S. Dalal, SIOP APS Committee Chair

Association for Psychological Science 2014 Convention Deadlines Approaching

Please consider submitting to the Association for Psychological Science (APS) 2014 convention, which will be held May 22-25, 2014, in beautiful San Francisco, CA. If you are going to Hawaii for SIOP 2014, which ends a few days before APS begins, you may well be able to route your return travel via San Francisco, thereby limiting additional expense!

The conference will feature a large number of “big-name” invited speakers from both within and outside I-O. There will also be an I-O happy hour.

The submission deadlines are December 1 for symposia and January 31 for posters. For more information, read the Call for Submissions.

As you know, APS attracts some of the biggest names from every area of psychology. You will recognize many of the invited speakers from outside I-O psychology. But of course we have a fantastic list of I-O invited speakers as well:

  • James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award
    • Neal Schmitt, Michigan State University, “Measurement in a Complex World: The Case of Noncognitive Assessments in College Admissions”
  • Industrial-Organizational Track Program Invited Talks:
    • Tara S. Behrend, George Washington University, “Recruitment and Selection in the Virtual Workplace”
    • Lilia M. Cortina, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, “Indignity at Work: The Dark Side of Organizational Life”
    • Scott E. Highhouse, Bowling Green State University, “What Can the Field of Judgment and Decision Making Learn From the Psychology of Work Performance?”
    • Jennifer Kurkoski, People Innovation Lab, Google, “Behavioral Science as a Tool for Change: Field Experiments at Google”
    • Frederick L. Oswald, Rice University, “Big Data and Small Data in Organizational Research”
    • Frank L. Schmidt, University of Iowa, “The Crisis of Confidence in Research: Is Lack of Replication the Real Problem? Or Is it Something Else?”
    • Jeffrey B. Vancouver, Ohio University, “Toward Finding a Self-Regulation Theory Everyone Can Live With”
  • Industrial-Organizational Track Program Invited Symposium:
    • Conducting Rigorous Science in the Domain of Humanitarian Work Psychology: Promises and Pitfalls
      • Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Cornell University, ILR School, Employment and Disability Institute
      • Rustin D. Meyer, Georgia Institute of Technology

 We hope you will consider submitting to APS!