Strengthening Shared Identity in I-O Psychology Through Online Social Networks
Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice
Central to the argument of Ryan and Ford (2010) is that the identity of “industrial-organizational (I-O) psychologist” is at a number of tipping points that could lead to major changes in the field. The two tipping points that we will focus on are (a) the increasingly blurry distinctions between current I-O psychologists and HR/OB professionals and (b) the growing number of new I-O psychologists who do not have a deep-structure I-O identity because they are ultimately employed in fields outside of I-O psychology.
Industrial and Organizational Psychology | Organizational Behavior and Theory
G. B. Schmidt and Richard N. Landers (2010).
Strengthening Shared Identity in I-O Psychology Through Online Social Networks. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice.3 (3), 286-288.