I/O psychology focuses on individual and organizational dynamics in the workplace. Faculty research focuses on occupational health psychology and examines the impact of a variety of workplace stressors (e.g., job insecurity, work-family conflict, sexual harassment, discrimination) on individual, job-related, and organizational outcomes. Graduates in this area have successfully gone on to applied and academic positions (both in Business Schools and Psychology Departments).
Associated faculty: Peters, Probst
Research interests within this area include:
Occupational health and safety (Probst)
|Dr. Tahira Probst’s Coalition for Healthy and Equitable Workplaces (CHEW) Lab examines occupational health, well-being, and safety, economic stress and job insecurity, organizational safety climate, accident under-reporting.|