CSIOP Official Web Site


 
What is CSIOP?

The Canadian Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology is an official section of the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA). Members consist of faculty from both Psychology departments and Business schools, consultants from various organizations, and students from numerous universities.

The Canadian Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (CSIOP) is an organization whose mission is to further the welfare of people by: (a) helping organizations effectively manage their human resources, (b) scientifically investigating human behaviour and cognition at work, and (c) helping individuals realize their work goals, including helping them to maximize job satisfaction and minimize work stress.

CSIOP prints a quarterly newsletter and is an active participant at the annual conference of the Canadian Psychological Association. At the conference, CSIOP hosts workshops featuring leaders in the field of I/O Psychology and human resource management, and has a rich slate of symposia, paper and poster sessions, and round-table discussions.

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Congratulations to Lindie Liang from Waterloo for being awarded the 2014 RHR-Kendall award for her paper entitled Qhen and Why Do Supervisors Abuse? A Self-Control Framework"
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