Human Factors and Industrial/Organizational Psychology Ph.D. Program

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Psychology Department and College of Science and Mathematics Events

Friday, January 13, 2023, 12:15 pm to 1:15 pm

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Brown Bag Seminar Schedule

The Department of Psychology holds weekly meetings called Brown Bags where faculty and student research is discussed, outside speakers are brought in, or information regarding the graduate program is addressed.

Brown Bag Seminar Recordings

October 28, 2022: Effects of Resilience and Work Engagement on Employee Wellbeing and Counterproductive Work Behavior among Executives of Pharmaceutical Industries

 
October 21, 2022: Online Exams in Pilot

 
September 23, 2022: Careless Responding Projects

 

 
October 22, 2021: My First Year research Experience, Liam Stalker

 
October 20, 2021: Special Memory

 
October 15, 2021: What I did on my Summer Vacation, Scott Watamaniuk

 
October 1, 2021: My First Year Accomplishments, Tyler Vonderhaar

 
September 17, 2021

 
February 19, 2021: Amazon's Mechanical Turk

 
February 5, 2021: What's Stopping You?

 
February 2, 2021: A New Way to Poster

 
January 29, 2021: An Illustrated Guide to Science-Skeptical Attitudes

 
November 20, 2020: Climbing the Ladder of Human Action and the Ladder of Causation

 
November 13, 2020: Social Stressors, Emotional Labor, and Voice on Attitudinal and Behavorial Outcomes

 
November 6, 2020: Role Overload: Examining the Definition and Measurement of a Common Work Stressor

 
October 30, 2020: Applying Human Systems Integration to Optimize the Naval Aviation Selection Test Battery

 


Dayton Community Outreach Activities

The Department of Psychology works to promote the science of psychology and more broadly STEMM throughout our community.  We participate in TechFest and Exploring STEMM events and do outreach at high schools like the Trotwood Madison High School Science Fair.  

Internally we work to promote psychology majors and minors through events like the Raider Open House and Graduate Student Panels. We believe that successful programs of study must engage with the community working to promote the science of psychology and foster volunteering in the community by our students, faculty, and staff.

If you are interested in the Department of Psychology visiting your organization or participating in an event, please contact Dr. Martin Gooden at martin.gooden@wright.edu.