Logan Watts on the Side Effects of I-O Interventions
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
1w ago
Dr. Ben Butina interviews Dr. Logan Watts, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Texas at Arlington, about his background and research. They discuss the concept of “side effects” in organizational interventions, which are unintended negative consequences that may occur as a result of a treatment or intervention. They also explore the distinction between side effects and primary effects, which are intended consequences of an intervention. Dr. Watts also shares an example of how he and his colleagues discovered negative side effects of an assessment tool they created, which resu ..read more
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David Costanza on Generations in the Workforce
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
1M ago
Are there reliable differences between generations? Should business and HR leaders make decisions based on generational differences? Why are generations so popular on social media and in the popular business press? Are generations even a thing? In this episode, I interrogate Dr. David Costanza, Director of the I/O Psych Doctoral program at George Washington University, where he is Associate Professor of Psychology and Organizational Sciences. I learned a lot and I hope you will, too. Check out the episode page for a full transcript. (Apologies in advance for blowing out the microphone! I sound ..read more
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Raúl Alejandro Espino on I-O Psych in the Spanish-Speaking World
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
2M ago
Raul Alejandro Espino joins us to share his observations about I-O psych in Central America, South America, and Spain. Be sure to visit the episode page for a full transcript ..read more
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The Case Against "I-O Psychology"
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
3M ago
Let's face it. We've got a bad name. In this episode, I make the case against the name "industrial and organizational psychology," consider some of the alternatives, and offer up my own suggestion for a new name. I'd love to hear your opinion about this one, so please hit me up on Twitter, LinkedIn, or to share your perspective. Be sure to check out the episode page for a full transcript of my insane ramblings ..read more
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I Need Your Help (Urgent)
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
6M ago
Please click here to donate to my GoFundMe. A few days ago, my family was devastated by a fast-rising flood that destroyed the first floor of our home and our vehicles. We are safe and dry, but we have very limited insurance coverage so picking up the pieces is going to be a hard road. If you can donate any amount, large or small, will be appreciated by my family. I look forward to resuming the show as soon as I can. I thank you in advance for your kindness and generosity. Episode page here ..read more
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Marcus Crede on the Sorry State of Statistical and Research Practices in I-O
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
7M ago
Dr. Marcus Crede has been threatened, legally and physically. His crime? Pointing out problems in published research. Lack of pre-registration, lack of power analysis, obvious calculation errors, impossible statistical results...authors, editors, peer-reviewers and readers are not doing so well. What is happening and what can we do about it? Check out the episode page here ..read more
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Matthews, Pineault, & Hong on Single-Item Measures
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by Ben Butina, PhD
9M ago
Can you validly and reliably measure a construct with just a single item? If so, what does that mean for academics and practitioners? In this episode, Dr. Russell Matthews (University of Alabama), Laura Pineault (Wayne State University), and Yeong-Hyun Hong (University of Alabama), join me to talk about their new paper, Normalizing the Use of Single-Item Measures: Validation of the Single-Item Compendium for Organizational Psychology_in the _Journal of Business and Psychology. Check out the episode page for a full transcript ..read more
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Gordon Schmidt & Sy Islam on Leadership in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
10M ago
What can we learn about leadership from the Marvel Cinematic Universe? An awful lot, if our guides are Dr. Gordon B Schmidt and Dr. Sy Islam. In this episode, I talk to Gordon and Sy about how they first got interested in Marvel, why the MCU is such a great setting for exploring leadership practices, and how they worked together to create Leaders Assemble! Leadership in the MCU. Be sure to check out the episode page for a full transcript and links ..read more
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Jamie Madigan on Science Communication
Department 12 | An I-O Psychology Podcast
by Ben Butina, PhD
1y ago
One of the world’s foremost experts on the psychology of video games is one of us! Jamie Madigan, Ph.D. is the I-O psychologist behind the blog, podcast, and media empire called The Psychology of Video Games. In the first level, Jamie and I talk about how a good workplace is like a videogame and why that’s a cool topic for book. In the boss level, we talk about science communication, sounding like a person in your writing, and the differences between writing for a popular audience and writing for other nerds. Finally, in the bonus level, Jamie shares his tips for working with journalists ..read more
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Marc Effron Shares a Practitioner's Wishlist for I-O Research
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by Ben Butina, PhD
1y ago
How do practitioners learn about our research? What topics and questions do they wish we would research? How can we communicate our research more effectively? In this episode, I speak to Marc Effron, talent management consultant and author of One Page Talent Management about these questions and many more. Check out the episode page for Marc's bio, links, and a full episode transcript ..read more
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