1 A Publication of the Industrial Organizational Psychology Program Department of Psychology Auburn University Auburn, AL Meet our New Students Q & A with Dr. Chen Q & A with Dr. Franco-Watkins Inside this Issue: Tiger Prints, Talks, s Professional Accomplishments Alumni Spotlight Auburn at SIOP 2015 Experiencing Philadelphia
2 Page 2 Meet the new students Paige Hartman I am originally from Houston, Texas, and received my B. A. in psychology from The University of Texas at Austin in December At The University of Texas at Austin, I focused mainly on child development research within psychology and linguistics examining imitation, learning, and language acquisition in cross-cultural settings. I am now a From Left: Paige Hartman, Melissa Stuhlman and Drew Bond first year Ph.D. student here at Auburn University under the direction of Dr. Jesse Michel. My current research interests include scale development, work and family life balance, and the antecedents to work and family life conflict and facilitation. I am additionally interested in individual differences and personality as they relate to the work-nonwork relationship and coping with stressors. Melissa Stuhlman I graduated from Texas A&M (Whoop!) in 2013, and then spent a year working as a Human Resources Team Leader for a large retail company. Although I will always be an Aggie, I have come to love my Auburn Tigers (War Eagle!). My research interests in Dr. Fan s lab include newcomer orientation, socialization, and attachment in the workplace. Drew Bond I graduated from Western Michigan University back in 2007 and have been enjoying service in the Army since then. My experience here at Auburn will prepare me for a teaching rotation at the Army s Military Academy (West Point) that will begin in the fall of 2016 where I will teach Psychology for Leaders. My research interests in Dr. Svyantek s lab include leader selection and development, emotional intelligence, ethical decision making, and (thanks to a seminar with Dr. Fan) implications of Attachment Theory in the workplace. My family and I love the Auburn area, and look forward to a long-term connection with the plains.
3 Page 3 Q & A with Dr. Peter Chen Where is your hometown? I was born in Taiwan, and have lived in Taiwan, Florida, Illinois, Ohio, Mass, Colorado, and Adelaide in Australia. How did you first become interested in I/O psychology? As a second lieutenant in the Army headquarters, I was working on morale, interpersonal conflict, work and life balance, leadership, suicide, aggression, etc. After that, I worked in trading and manufacturing companies as a manger who dealt with human resources issues. What are you most excited about as a new Auburn faculty member? The most exciting thing is to have the opportunity to work with talented faculty, staff, and students. What are your academic research interests? My research focuses on change and sustainability in the areas of occupational safety and health management. Are there any courses you are particularly excited to teach at some point? Change. What are some of your upcoming goals (academic, professional, or personal)? Academic: Maintain and advance visibility and reputation of Journal of Occupational Health Psychology as the incoming Editor. Professional: Strategic hiring, proactive career development and retention, capitalize and manage resources to augment research environment, continue building and strengthening the reputation and visibility of the department. Personal: Learn to be grateful, and to have no desire. What are some of your extracurricular hobbies/activities? Exercising. Is there anything else you would like us to know about you? I love to see our graduate students acquire the best research skills for whatever jobs they plan to pursue.
4 Page 4 Q & A with Dr. Ana Franco-Watkins How did you first become interested in I/O psychology? Unbeknownst to me at the time, one of my first glimpses of my interest in I/O psychology was as an undergraduate student when I took a Tests and Measurement class, and became interested in how different tests could predict performance. As a faculty member at Auburn, I had the opportunity to work with I/O psychologists and became interested in the field because I could see the overlap between my educational experiences and how it relates to I/O psychology. What are you most excited about as a new member in the I/O program? I am thrilled to be part of the I/O program. There are several things that I find exciting: having great colleagues and collaborators, the opportunity to work with talented students, and the ability to conduct research both in the lab and field to address important questions. What are your academic research interests? My research interests are in decision making (broadly defined), performance and cognitive abilities, and gender and organizations. Most of my research centers on understanding how people make decisions in everyday situations as well as under stress. A new avenue that I am currently pursuing is ethical decision making in the workplace. What are some of your upcoming goals (academic or personal)? There are too many to list! One of my goals is to do whatever I can to continue to make I/O psychology at Auburn University a strong and successful program. Another goal is to get involved in I/O field work and build connections with industry and the community. Is there anything else you would like us to know about you? I like structure and organization so if it does not exist, I look for ways to create it in my environment. I am always looking for opportunities to make my work and personal life better. I am Portuguese (born on the island of Terceira in the Azores and grew up in a Portuguese community in Toronto, Canada), so that means I have a passion for food and wine!
5 Page 5 Tiger Prints, Talks, and s PUBLICATIONS Bubb, R. (2014). Teaching is scary. In R. Bubb, J. Stowell, & W. Buskist (Eds.), The teaching of psychology in autobiography: Perspectives from exemplary psychology teachers (Vol. 5, pp ). E-book on the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (APA Division 2) website. Bubb, R., Stowell, J., & Buskist, W. (Eds.). (2014). The teaching of psychology in autobiography: Perspectives from exemplary psychology teachers (Vol. 5). E-book on the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (APA Division 2) website. Chen, F.L., Chen, P. Y., Tung, T.H., Huang, Y. C., Tsai, M. C. (2014). The role of betel-quid chewing in smoking cessation among workers in Taiwan. BMC Public Health, 14(755), Chen, P. Y., & Cooper, C. L. (Eds.). (2014). Wellbeing: A complete reference guide, work and wellbeing (Vol. 3). John Wiley & Sons. Chen, P. Y., & Cooper, C. L. (2014). Introduction - From stress to happiness. In P.Y. Chen & C.L. Cooper (Eds.), Wellbeing: A complete reference guide, work and wellbeing (Vol. 3, pp. 3-7). John Wiley & Sons. Chen, P. Y., & Li, Y. (2014). Occupational health and safety research. In A. Day, E. K. Kelloway, & J. J., Jr. Hurrell (Eds.), Workplace well -being: How to build psychologically healthy workplaces. John Wiley & Sons. Chen, P.Y., Li, Y., Tuckey, M., & Cigularov, K. P. (2014). Progress and challenges in occupational health and safety research. In S. Leka & R. R. Sinclair (Eds.), Contemporary occupational health psychology: Global perspectives on research and practice (Vol. 3, pp ). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. Clark, M. A., Michel, J. S., Early, R. J., & Baltes, B. B. (2014). Strategies for coping with work stressors and family stressors: Scale development and validation. Journal of Business & Psychology, 29, Clark, M. A., Michel, J. S., & Stevens, G. W. (2014). Affective reactions and subsequent consequences of heavy work investments. In I. Harpaz & R. Snir (Eds.), Heavy work investment: Its nature, sources, outcomes, and future directions (pp ). NY: Psychology Press. Clark, M. A., Michel, J. S., Stevens, G., Scruggs, R., & Howell, J. (2014). Workaholism, work engagement and work-home outcomes: Exploring the mediating role of positive and negative emotions. Stress & Health, 30, Clark, M. A., Michel, J. S., Zhdanova, L., Pui, S. Y., & Baltes, B. B. (in press). All work and no play? A meta-analytic examination of the correlates and outcomes of workaholism. Journal of Management. Clark, M. A., Rudolph, C. W., Zhdanova, L., Michel, J. S., & Baltes, B. B. (in press). Organizational support factors and work-family outcomes: Exploring gender differences. Journal of Family Issues. Cullen, K. L., Fan, J., & Liu, C. (2014). Employee popularity mediates the relationship between political skill and workplace interpersonal mistreatment. Journal of Management, 40, Edwards, B. E., Franco-Watkins, A. M., Cullen, K., Walsh, J.S., & Acuff, R.E.. Jr. (2014). Unifying the challenge-hindrance and sociocognitive models of stress. International Journal of Stress Management, 21, Eschleman, K. J., Bowling, N. A., Michel, J. S., & Burns, G. N. (2014). Perceived intent of supervisor as a moderator of the relationships between abusive supervision and counterproductive work behaviors. Work & Stress, 28, Fan, J., & Lai, L. (2014). Pre-training perceived social self-efficacy accentuates the effects of a cross-cultural coping orientation program: Evidence from a longitudinal field experiment. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 35, Froh, J. J., Bono, G., Fan, J., Emmons, R. A., Henderson, K., Leggio, H., & Wood, A. (2014) Nice thinking! An educational intervention that teaches children how to think gratefully. School Psychology Review, 43, Henry, K. L., Lovegrove, P. J., Steger, M. F., Chen, P. Y., Cigularov, K. P., & Tomazic, R. G. (2014). The potential role of meaning in life in the relationship between bullying victimization and suicidal ideation. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 43,
6 Page 6 Tiger Prints, Talks, and s PUBLICATIONS, cont d. Hoffmeister, K., Gibbons, A. M.; Johnson, S. K., Cigularov, K. P., Chen, P. Y., & Rosecrance, J. C. (2014). The differential effects of transformational leadership facets on employee safety. Safety Science, 62, Kaufman, B. R., Cigularov, K. P., Chen, P. Y., Hoffmeister, K., Gibbons, A. M., & Johnson, S. K. (2014). Interactive effects of leader justice and support for safety on safety performance. Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, 1, Krauss, A., Casey, T., & Chen, P. Y. (2014). Making safety stick. In S. Leka & R.R. Sinclair (Eds.) Contemporary occupational health psychology: Global perspectives on research and practice (Vol. 3, pp ). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. Kulviwat, S., Zhang, Y., Fan, J., & Zheng, L. (accepted). Understanding consumer shopping experience: A comparison of three theories of emotions in predicting online flow. International Journal of Electronic Marketing and Retailing. Lancaster, P. G., Moore, J. T., Putter, S. E., Chen, P. Y., Cigularov, K. P., Baker, A., & Quinnett, P. (2014). Feasibility of a web-based gatekeeper training: Implications for suicide prevention. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 44, Li, Y., Fan, J., & Zhao, S. (accepted). Identification as a double-edged sword: The dual effects of organizational identification on job satisfaction and life satisfaction. Journal of Personnel Psychology. Liu, C., Li, C., Fan, J., Zhang, X., & Nauta, M. M. (accepted). Workplace conflict and absence/lateness: The moderating effect of core selfevaluation in China and the United States. International Journal of Stress management. Meng, H., Huang, P., Ning, H., & Fan, J. (in press). Social self-efficacy predicts Chinese college students first-year transition: A four-wave longitudinal investigation. Journal of Career Assessment. Merkle, E., Fan, J., & Zeileis, A. (2014). Testing for measurement invariance with respect to an ordinal variable. Psychometrika, 79, Michel, J. S., Newness, K., & Duniewicz, K. (in press). How abusive supervision affects workplace deviance: A moderated-mediation examination of aggressiveness and work-related negative affect. Journal of Business & Psychology. Michel, J. S., Pace, V. L., Edun, A., Sawhney, E., & Thomas, J. (2014). Development and validation of an explicit aggressive beliefs and attitudes scale. Journal of Personality Assessment, 96, Michel, J. S., Pichler, S., & Newness, K. (2014). Integrating leader affect, leader work-family spillover, and leadership. Leadership & Organizational Development Journal, 35, Pichler, S., Varma, A., Michel, J. S., Levy, P., Budhwar, P., & Sharma, A. (in press). Leader-member exchange, group- and individual-level procedural justice and reactions to performance appraisals: Test of a cross-level model. Human Resource Management. Qiu, L., & Fan, J. (2014, October 21). Family boundary characteristics, work-family conflict, and life satisfaction: A moderated mediation model. International Journal of Psychology. Rudolph, C. W., Michel, J. S., Harari, M. B., & Stout, T. J. (2014). Perceived social support and work-family conflict: A comparison of Hispanic immigrants and non-immigrants. Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, 21, Sampson, J. M., Dearmond, S., & Chen, P. Y. (2014). Role of safety stressors and social support on safety performance. Safety Science, 64, Svyantek, D.J., Cullen, K., & Doerr, A.J. (2014). Person Organization Fit and Its Implications for Human Resource Management Practices. In R.R. Sims & W.I. Sauser (Eds.), Legal and Regulatory Issues in Human Resources Management (pp ). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. Wayne, J. H., Michel, J. S., & Matthews, R. A. (in press). It s who you are that counts: The importance of personality and values to the workfamily experience. In T. D. Allen & L. T. Eby (Eds.), Oxford handbook of work and family. New York: Oxford University Press. Zhu, Y., Chen, P. Y., & Zhao, W. (2014). Injured workers in China: Injustice, conflict and social instability. International Labour Review, 153,
7 Page 7 Tiger Prints, Talks, and s PRESENTATIONS Doerr, A., Clark, M., & Svyantek, D. (2015, April). Spreading like wildfire: Impact of communication channel on emotional contagion. to be presented at the 29th annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia, PA. Doerr, A. J., Sanderson, B.K., Gore, T.G., & Sankar, C.S. (2014, June). Barriers to Nursing Students Performance of and Adherence to Safety Principles. presented at the 13th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Center Conference, Orlando, FL. Fan, J. (Chair, 2015, April). Investigating validities of several faking measures within selection contexts. Symposium to be conducted at the 29th annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Fan, J., Yao, X., Hou, N., & Li, F. (2015, August). Testing a realistic orientation program for entry stress: A longitudinal field experiment. Paper to be presented at annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancourver, BC, Canada. Gu, J., Meng, H., & Fan, J. (2015, April). Social self-efficacy and work outcomes: Popularity and status as mediators. to be presented at the 29th annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia, PA. Hack, E. M., Yao, X., Page, R. C., Yuan, Y., & Fan, J. (2015, April). SDE and IM scores moderate personality validities among job applicants. Paper to be presented as part of the symposium conducted by Fan, J. (Chair), Investigating validities of several faking measures within selection contexts at the 29th annual conference of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia, PA. Horn, M., & Bayless, J. (2015, April). Biodata assessment: A validation and recommendation for organizational settings. to be presented at the 29th annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia, PA. Hou, N., & Fan, J. (2015, April). Testing timing of delivery effect of a cross-cultural training program. to be presented at the 29th annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia, PA. Johnson, B., Franco-Watkins, A., Jones-Farmer, A., & Svyantek, D. (2015, April). Mitigating the impact of counterproductive work behavior with an apology. to be presented at the 29th annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia, PA. Johnson, B. (2015, April). Motivation to perpetuate sexual orientation microaggressions in the workplace. to be presented at the 29th annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia, PA. Li, Y., Hou, N., Zheng, L., Fan, J., & Zhao, S. (2015, April). Dual effects of organizational identification on job and life satisfaction. to be presented at the 29th annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia, PA. McNall, L., & Michel, J. (2015, April). The effect of school-specific resources on managing work/school roles. In V. J. Morganson & Y. Park (chairs), Resources for students in managing work, school, and family roles. Paper to be presented at the 29th annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia, PA. Michel, J., & Hargis, M. (2015, April). The moderated mediation mechanisms by which procedural justice affects deviance. to be presented at the 29th annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia, PA. Rice, T., Sailors, J., & Bubb, R. (2014, April). Development and validation of an Interpersonal Communications Assignment. session at the Department of Psychology Annual Research and Teaching Festival, Auburn, Alabama. Sailors, J., Vollenweider, M., Wilbanks, S., Christianson, Bubb, R., & Cumbie, E. (2015, January). eportfolio Assessment through Program-Specific Rubric Development, Conversations in Celebration of Teaching, Auburn University. Sailors, J., Wilbanks, S., Christian, V., Bubb, R., Cumbie, E. Vollenweider, M., & Vollenweider, M. (2014, August). Collaborative Curriculum Mapping, Faculty eportfolio Symposium, Auburn University. Webster, B. D., Edwards, B. D., Franco-Watkins, A.M., & Tubre, T. (2014, May) The promise of working memory for learning and task performance. presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Honolulu, HI. Yuan, Y., Hack, E. M., & Fan, J. (2015, August). Reconsidering Using Bogus-Statement Inventory and Over-Claiming Questionnaire to Detecting Faking. Paper to be presented at annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
8 Page 8 Right: First year Melissa Stuhlman and second year Elissa Hack at the PsyGo Tailgate! Left: Second year Elissa Hack, first year Paige Hartman, and first year Melissa Stuhlman give a tour to the prospective students at the IO Open House Right: Fourth year Ning Hou and first year Melissa Stuhlman hanging out at the IO Potluck! Left Fourth year Ning Hou and second year Lu Zheng displaying their Auburn pride. War Eagle!!
9 Page 9 Grants and Professional Accomplishments Dr. Peter Chen , The Dynamic Interplay of Physical and Psychosocial Safety in Frontline Healthcare Workplaces in Australia and Malaysia. Australian Research Council Linkage Grant (LP ), co-pi (PI: Maureen Dollard), A$357, , How is Imbalanced Power Misused at Work?, 2013 R2 Divisional Pilot Grant, University of South Australia, PI, A$19, , Prevention of Workplace Bullying through Risk Assessment. SafeWork SA Commissioned Research Grants, co-pi (PI: Michelle Tuckey), A$122,503 Incoming Editor, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology Associate Editor, Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, 2013-present Board of Director, Mates In Construction SA Ltd, SafeWork South Australia, Advisory Committee s Research Committee, Dr. Jinyan Fan Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Foundation Small Grant, Proposal is titled, "A comprehensive examination of a new faking-mitigation procedure for personality tests within selection contexts: A field experiment." Fan, J. (P.I.), Zhao, G., Wang, M., Page, R. C., Meng, H., & Yuan, Y. $7,000. Dr. Ana Franco-Watkins was named as an SEC Academic Leadership Development Program Fellow by Auburn University. Dr. Jesse Michel received the 2014 Editor Commendation from Journal of Business and Psychology. This is recognition given to articles published in JBP which are considered by the editorial board to be one of the most important for the development of theory and/or application in the field of I/O Psychology during a current year. Dr. Daniel Svyantek was named Associate Editor of Management Decision and edited a volume in the Research in Organizational Science series (D.J. Svyantek & K.T. Mahoney (Eds.) (2014). Organizational Processes and Received Wisdom. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. Alexa Doerr successfully defended her doctoral comprehensive exams in Spring 2015, and she received her master s degree in Ning Hou received her master s degree in Brandon Johnson successfully proposed his doctoral dissertation in Spring Yuan Yuan successfully proposed her master s thesis in Spring 2015.
10 Page 10 Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Brien Smith Dr. Brien Smith is currently serving as Dean of the Scott College of Business at Indiana State University. What do you enjoy most about what you do? Establishing a vision and working with others to achieve it. Leadership is motivating others to go to a place that they have never been. This achievement is rewarding for everyone and is a big motivator for me. How would you describe your transition from school to the real world? Moving into the real world, or a new job for that matter, can be intimidating, especially when our expectations are unrealistically challenging. I have learned to let the job come to me rather than getting nervous about whether I will succeed. I always fall back on the knowledge that I was well prepared in graduate school and that I have the tools to be successful in any endeavor I apply myself. What was your favorite memory about Auburn s I/O program? The great friendships that formed from a common experience. We were all challenged in graduate school. Cohort groups learned to laugh, cry, study, and party together. It is the only way to make it really. How has your Auburn connection impacted you? The graduate experience set the tone for work for the rest of my career. I have pulled less from my Auburn connections (in a networking sense) than I have been inspired by those with whom I connected. It s hard to underestimate the talent to which you are exposed, even if you don t realize it at the time. What do you wish you had known before graduating from Auburn? That my training in psychology could be extended to anything I did. Motivation, communication, negotiation, attribution, organizational behavior, personality, and many other areas make a huge difference personally if you are willing to apply it. Do you have any words of wisdom for current Auburn I/O students? You have a world of opportunity open to you. If you work hard there are few boundaries to what you can do. Save your very best to serve others and take time to be good to yourself.
11 Page 11 Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Julia Howell Tell us a little about yourself. Where do you currently work/live? What do you like about your current location? I currently work at Johnson & Johnson (J&J) headquarters in New Brunswick, NJ, and live about 25 miles northeast in Lebanon, NJ. The town I live in is so beautiful and not at all what I expected of New Jersey! There are rolling hills, hiking trails, lakes, and gorgeous old colonial-style houses. One of my personal favorite things about NJ is the fresh produce that's available year-round, like blueberries in the summer and apples and squash in the fall. I m originally from the south, not the northeast. I was born in Louisiana, but moved to Vestavia Hills, Alabama when I was 9. For undergrad, I went to Rhodes College in Memphis, TN and received my BA degree in Neuroscience. After I graduated from Rhodes, I traveled in Ireland, England, and France. I also wanted to gain some work experience before going back to school, so I spent 2 years at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) working in the genetics lab. In Fall 2007, I started my PhD program in I/O Psychology at Auburn, and completed my degree by Summer Will you describe what you are currently doing in the field of I/O? I am a part of the Organizational Analytics team at J&J. The main goal of our team is to conduct studies that enable leaders to make evidence-based workforce decisions. This can take many forms, but typical outcomes of interest include promotion, turnover, and performance. A few examples of my work responsibilities include composing SAS code to perform regression analyses and build models, crafting structured interview guides, and designing surveys for assessment projects. I'm very excited about the project I'm currently leading, which is a network analysis that will examine how people communicate within the organization with the goal of improving collaboration and creating new opportunities for innovation. How would you describe your transition from school to the real world? Can you pinpoint anything that you think made this transition easier? That s a great question! Having internships with Disney, the Army Research Institute, and Aon Hewitt definitely helped make the transition from grad school to work easier. Also, taking opportunities to talk with more experienced I/O psychologists, including Auburn alumni and individuals I met through conferences like SIOP who had work experience gave me get a clearer picture of the type of work I would eventually be doing in a full-time position. What was your favorite thing about Auburn s I/O program? What skills did you acquire at Auburn that you think have been critical/ helpful in your current position? The non-competitive, collaborative atmosphere of Auburn s I/O program is one of its greatest strengths. It was great because the collaborative culture gave me the opportunity to work on projects in different labs and increased my exposure to different areas of I/O psychology such as work-family balance. Some skills that I developed at Auburn that have been the most helpful on the job include teamwork, critical thinking, and advanced statistical analyses. Do you have any advice to offer incoming and/or current I/O students? Network as early and as often as you can within the I/O community (and beyond). Ask questions and do not be afraid to make mistakes in the pursuit of knowledge. If you are interested in an applied career in I/O, it s very important to (a) make sure to stay on schedule with thesis, comps, and dissertation, and (b) try to get at least one internship or consulting job to gain valuable work experience. I also found it very important during grad school to put aside time for myself each week to decompress and relax. Spending time with my family and friends, travelling, and reading novels were all great ways for me to re-energize and stay focused on my goals.
12 Page 12 Auburn Student and Faculty I/O Sessions Prog # Date/ Time Session Title Room Session Type Presenter(s) APR PM Testing Timing of Delivery Effect of a Cross-Cultural Training Program Ning Hou APR 12-1 PM 23 APR 12-1 PM 24 APR 9-10 AM 24 APR 12-1:30 PM 24 APR 12:30-1:30 PM 24 APR 1:30-2:30 PM 24 APR 4:30-5:30 PM 25 APR 9-10 AM 25 APR 3:30-4:30 PM Mitigating the Impact of Counterproductive Work Behavior with an Apology The Moderated Mediation Mechanisms by which Procedural Justice Affects Deviance Dual Effects of Organizational Identification on Job and Life Satisfaction Investigating Validities of Several Faking Measures within Selection Contexts Motivation to Perpetuate Sexual Orientation Microaggressions in the Workplace Biodata Assessment: A Validation and Recommendation for Organizational Settings Spreading like Wildfire: Impact of Communication Channel on Emotional Contagion Social Self-Efficacy and Work Outcomes: Popularity and Status as Mediators Resources for Students in Managing Work, School, and Family Roles Symp./ Forum Symp./ Forum Brandon Johnson, Ana Franco-Watkins, Allison Jones-Farmer, Daniel Svyantek Jesse Michel, Michael Hargis (Univ. Central Arkansas) Yongxin Li (Henan University), Ning Hou, Lu Zheng, Jinyan Fan, Shenran Zhao (Henan University) Jinyan Fan, Elissa Hack, Yuan Yuan, Lu Zheng, Ning Hou (and others from participating organizations) Brandon Johnson Marianna Horn, Julie Bayless (Sodexo Inc.) Alexa Doerr, Malissa Clark (University of Georgia), Daniel Svyantek Jiani Gu and Hui Meng (East China Normal University), Jinyan fan Forum including Jesse Michel
13 Page 13 There s plenty to see and do in Philly Independence : Chestnut Street between 5th and 6th Streets Address: Independence Visitor Center, 1 North Independence Mall West, Phone Number: N. 12th Street, Reading Terminal Market, Philadelphia, PA Get your cheesesteak (and other foods) at the restaurants in Reading Market: 12th and Filbert. Walk off that cheese-steak at Boathouse Row Address: Kelly Dr., E. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, PA (above) Or if you are ready for the Rocky Challenge, run the stairs in front of the Museum of Arts and finish with the ultimate power stance. Yo Adrian! 2600 Benjamin Pkwy, Philadelphia, PA 19130
14 Program Information The objective of Auburn University's I/O psychology program is to produce psychologists well-trained in scientific methods applied to the industrial/organizational environment. Graduates of the program will be prepared for work in academic, research, and/or applied settings, depending on the objectives of each student. The program features strong preparation in research methodology, statistics, measurement, and general psychology, as well as coursework in the broad areas of industrial and organizational psychology. Elective courses are designed to allow students flexibility in developing their own areas of specialization. Practicum placements provide students with opportunities to gain research and applied experience in a variety of organizational settings. Contact Information Auburn I/O Psychology Program Department of Psychology 226 Thach Auburn University, AL Phone: (334) Fax: (334) Web: Thank You: To our faculty advisor, Dr. Jesse Michel, for his help creating this newsletter and to the contributing faculty, students, and alumni, who have shared their knowledge and experiences. Editor: Brandon A. Johnson Assistant Editors: Drew Bond Paige Hartman
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