- Core Industrial/Organizational Faculty
- Other Faculty and Programs
- Industrial/Organizational Area Web Site
The program in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at Penn State combines course work, research, and supervised practical experience to prepare students for positions in a variety of industrial, governmental, consulting, and academic settings. Students participate in seminar topics such as personnel selection, training and development, and organizational psychology. In addition to conducting research for their master's theses and doctoral dissertations, students participate in practice that provide the opportunity to work on real-world problems in industrial and government organizations. Teams of I/O graduate students, under faculty supervision, plan and conduct research requested by firms and governmental agencies. In addition to providing practicum opportunities, these organizations contribute to the graduate program financially, helping to support convention travel, thesis and dissertation research, summer employment, etc. Students are encouraged to combine their work in the I/O program with training in other areas of psychology and related disciplines, including social psychology, organizational behavior, and statistics and methodology.
Additional information about the program may be found at the Industrial/Organizational Area Web Site.
View short bios of the core faculty at the University Park campus.
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|LeBreton, James||632 Moore||867-4847||JML70@psu.edu|
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Other members of the Psychology faculty at University Park with interests in Industrial/Organizational Psychology include:
- Melvin Mark (equity and resource allocations, program evaluation in organizations)
- Michelle Newman (cost- benefit models of therapeutic interventions for anxiety)
- Janet Swim (biases in performance evaluations)
In addition, there is close interaction with industrial psychologists in The Smeal College of Business Administration.
Psychology faculty at other locations with interests in Industrial/Organizational Psychology include:
- John Johnson (validity of personality inventories for personnel selection)
- Henry Patterson (group dynamics, stress, leadership and organizational development)