created in 2011
last scan 6/20/2019
/r/iopsychology is dedicated to theoretical and empirical approaches to IO psychology. As a highly interdisciplinary field, we promote research in IO domains as well as areas of communication, knowledge management, business, sociology, economics, and MIS. Topics to consider for discussion include, but are not limited to, HRM (e.g., selection, training, recruitment), OB (e.g., leadership, OHP, creativity), Psychometrics, as well as new or emerging subdomains of IO.
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