SIOP 2022

SLU SEAL Laboratory Presentations at 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.W. (Panelist), & Zhang, D.C. (Panelist). (2022, April). Keeping Up with Open Science: Teaching, Self-Teaching, and Training on Open Science [Alternative Session Type]. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, United States.

3. Friedrich, J.C., Koziel, R.J., Rudolph, C.W., & Zacher, H. (2022, April). Age-differentiated leadership and healthy aging at work [Poster]. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, United States.

4. Cobb, H.R., Murphy, L.D., Thomas, C.L., Hartman, A. E., Billeaud, M.L., Rudolph, C.W., & Arunprasath, D. (2022, April). Using a holistic conceptual framework of work-nonwork boundary management to improve measurement and conceptualization. In Jimenez, W. P., & Hu, X. (Chairs). (2022). Working toward worker well-being: Conceptual and methodological insights [Symposium]. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, United States.

5. Rauvola, R.S., Rudolph, C.W., & Zacher, H. (2022, April). Short-Term Effects of Short-Term Work: Studying Discontinuous Change in Work Fatigue during the COVID-19 Pandemic. In Su, S. (Co-Chair), Jundt, D. K. (Co-chair), & Shoss, M. K. (Co-Chair) (2022). Applying Novel Methodological and Statistical Paradigms to the Study of Adaptation [Symposium]. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, United States.

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Cort W. Rudolph
Associate Professor of Industrial & Organizational Psychology

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