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SIOP 2022

The SLU SEAL laboratory will be presenting five papers/posters/symposia at the 2022 SIOP Conference! 1. Dahlke, J.A., Katz, I.M., & Rudolph, C.W. (Co-Chairs) (2022, April). Community of interest: Using open source tools to bridge science and practice [Alternative Session]. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, United States. 2. Billeaud, M.L. (Co-Chair), Thomas, C.L. (Co-Chair), Burch, K.A. (Panelist), Castille, C.M. (Panelist), Cobb, H.R. (Panelist), Pearman, J. (Panelist), Rudolph, C.

SIOP 2021 Ignite Talk

Hi! My name is Cort Rudolph, and I am an associate professor of industrial and organizational psychology at Saint Louis University. Today I am going to talk about emotional diversity as an underappreciated benefit of the aging workforce. It is well-established that aging is a process that is characterized by gains, including increases in emotion regulation capacity, and losses such as declines in fluid cognitive abilities. To the former point, research supports the idea that aging positively affects emotional competencies, which benefit older individuals in the types of social-interactional processes that typify work relationships.

SIOP 2021

The SLU SEAL laboratory will be presenting five papers/posters/symposia at the 2021 SIOP Conference! 1. Rudolph, C.W. (2021, April). Emotional diversity: an unanticipated benefit of the aging workforce. In G. Fisher & G. Petery (Co-Chairs) Obstacle or Opportunity for the Future of Work: The Age-Diverse Workforce. IGNITE Symposium conducted at the Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, LA. 2. Rauvola, R. S., Gleason, M.