Documents From 2017
Success in Learning Groups: Where have we been? And Where are we going?, Tiffany Michelle Ackerman
Individual Differences as Predictors of Success for Learning Community Students, Nicole Haffield
Moderating Effects of Resilience and Recovery on the Stressor-Strain Relationship Among Law Enforcement Officers, Austin Hearne
Selection Portfolio: Applying Modern Portfolio Theory to Personnel Selection, Eric Leingang
The Hogan Development Survey: Personality in Selecting and Training Aviation Pilots, Jenna McChesney
Evaluating a Measure of Student Effectiveness in an Undergraduate Psychology Program, Colin Omori
Participant Self-Assessment of Development Center Performance, Ryan Powley
“Let’s be clear”: Exploring the Role of Transparency Within the Organization, Maxwell Salazar
Documents From 2016
The Effect of an Email Intervention Tailored to Highly Ambitious Students on University Retention, Lauren Bahls
911,What's My Emergency? Emotional Labor, Work-Related Rumination, and Strain Outcomes in Emergency Medical Dispatchers, Jessica Lee Deselms
Can You Hack It? Validating Predictors for IT Boot Camps, Courtney Gear
Intervention E-mails and Retention: How E-mails Tailored to Personality Impact an Undergraduate Student's Decision to Return to School or Not, John Kelly Heffernon
Prudence and Persistence: Personality in Student Retention, Logan J. Michels
Examination of the Antecedents, Reactions, and Outcomes to a Major Technology-driven Organizational Change, Ngoc Dinh Nguyen
Training Coping Techniques to Reduce Statistics Anxiety, Brittany Prothe
Assessing the Effect of Personality Characteristics of Minnesota Golfers on the Brand Equity of Golf Drivers, Eric Schinella
Mood and Engagement Contagion in a Call Center Environment, Sarah Welsch
Why Do Some Employees Readjust to Their Home Organizations Better Than Others? Job Demands-Resources Model of Repatriation Adjustment, Yukiko Yamasaki
Documents From 2015
Fitting Flow: An Analysis of the Role of Flow Within a Model of Occupational Stress, Jeffrey Alan Dahlke
Created Equal? Comparing Disturbing Media Outcomes Across Occupations, Christine Nicole Gundermann
The Influence of Perceived Similarity, Affect and Trust on the Performance of Student Learning Groups, Jennifer Louise Lacewell
Depth of a Salesman: Exploring Personality as a Predictor of Sales Performance in a Multi-Level Marketing Sample, Colleen Rose Miller
Expatriate Adjustment of U.S. Military on Foreign Assignment:The Role of Personality and Cultural Intelligence in Adjustment, Jennifer Pauline Stockert
Organizational Trust As a Moderator of the Relationship between Burnout and Intentions to Quit, Glenn Trussell
Documents From 2014
Ethnic Names, Resumes, and Occupational stereotypes: Will D'Money Get the Job?, Tony Matthew Carthen
Examining the Effectiveness of the After Action Review for Online and Face-to-Face Discussion Groups, William Cradick
University Commitment: Test of a Three-Component Model, Brittany Davis
An Investigation into the Effect of Power on Entrepreneurial Motivations, Jack Reed Durand
Development and Enhancement to a Pilot Selection Battery for a University Aviation Program, Ryan Thomas Hanna
Overseas Assignments: Expatriate and Spousal Adjustment in the U.S. Air Force, Andrew R. Hayes
The Roles of Social Support and Job Meaningfulness in the Disturbing Media Exposure-Job Strain Relationship, Hung T. Hoang
Student Assessment of Professor Effectiveness, Roger Emil Knutson
Dirty Work: The Effects of Viewing Disturbing Media on Military Attorneys, Natalie Lynn Sokol
Documents From 2013
Selection System Prediction Of Safety: A Step Toward Zero Accidents In South African Mining, Rachel Aguilera-Vanderheyden
Examining Generational Differences across Organizational Factors that Relate to Turnover, Kimberly Asuncion
An Investigation of Online Unproctored Testing and Cheating Motivations Using Equity Theory and Theory of Planned Behavior, Valerie Nicole Brophy
Race, Gender, and Leadership Promotion: The Moderating Effect of Social Dominance Orientation, Chelsea Chatham
Disentangling Individual, Organization, and Learning Process Factors that Drive Employee Participation, Diana Colangelo
Will email@example.com get the Job Done? An Analysis of Employees' Email Usernames, Turnover, and Job Performance, Jessica Marie Lillegaard
Using Personality Traits to Select Customer-Oriented Security Guards, Tracy Marie Shega
Mobile Internet Testing: Applicant Reactions To Mobile Internet Testing, Sarah Smeltzer
Ethical Leadership: Need for Cross-Cultural Examinations, Shuo Tian
Development of a Pilot Selection System for a Midwestern University Aviation Program, Kathryn Wilson
Documents From 2012
Identifying Organizational Factors that Moderate the Engagement-Turnover Relationship in a Healthcare Setting, Stevie Ann Collini
Organizational Wellness Programs: Who Participates and Does it Help?, Justin Michael Dumond
Coping with Economic Stressors: Religious and Non-Religious Strategies for Managing Psychological Distress, Jonathan Karl Feil
The Creation and Validation of a Pilot Selection System for a Midwestern University Aviation Department, Jacob William Forsman
The National Survey of Student Engagement as a Predictor of Academic Success, Paul Michael Fursman
Perceptions of a Text-Based SJT versus an Animated SJT, Amanda Helen Halabi
The Moderating Effects of Work Control and Leisure Control on the Recovery-Strain Relationship, Jason Nicholas Jaber
The Role Social Influence Has On Dormitory Residents' Responses to Fire Alarms, Michael Otting Leytem
The Impact of Culture, Industry Type, and Job Relevance on Applicant Reactions, Olivia Martin
Someone Who Understands: The Effect of Support on Law Enforcement Officers Exposed to Disturbing Media, Jessica Morales
The Effects of Task Ambiguity and Individual Differences on Personal Internet Use at Work, Hitoshi Nishina
The Roles of Self-Efficacy and Self-Deception in Cheating on Unproctored Internet Testing, Christopher Adam Wedge
Documents From 2011
Assessing Transfer Student Performance, Hyderhusain Shakir Abadin
Should You Hire firstname.lastname@example.org?: An Analysis of Job Applicants' Email Addresses and their Scores on Pre-Employment Assessments, Evan Blackhurst
The Dirty Work Of Law Enforcement: Emotion, Secondary Traumatic Stress, And Burnout In Federal Officers Exposed To Disturbing Media, Amanda Harms
Comparison of a Ranking and Rating Format of the 5Plus5: A Personality Measure, Kristy Lynn Jungemann
Cultural Intelligence and Collective Efficacy in Virtual Team Effectiveness, Pei See Ng
Relationship Type Determines the Target of Threat in Perceived Relational Devaluation: Organizational Self vs. Interpersonal Relationships, Peter Sanacore
Development of an Assessment Center as a Selection Method for I/O Graduate Applicants, Ting Tseng
Hiking, Haiku, or Happy Hour After Hours: The Effects of Need Satisfaction and Proactive Personality on the Recovery-Strain Relationship, Paige Woodruff
Exploring the Antecedents of Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Knowledge-based Virtual Communities, Luman Yong
A very specific niche in psychology is the study of human behavior in workplace settings, called organization psychology. It deals with how psychological principles and theories work with how an organization is set up and how people interact with one another. There are a number of excellent topics that make for great dissertations in this field. Here are a few suggestions for your consideration:
Now that so much information can be easily shared and altered, how should businesses and other authorities use personal information that is found online.
Discuss the ways in which the internet has affected the way business will hire its employees. Consider social media, professional profiles, online record checks, etc.
How has globalization affected the way business owners have embraced and even promoted the virtual workplace (i.e., outsourcing)?
More and more organizations are inviting work coaches to spend more time in the office to train its employees. How effective is this strategy in improving employees’ production?
How are companies trying to cut costs by training single employees to do more than ever before? What are the perceived long-term effects of this?
Finding new ways to be productive in the workspace changes more than just a company’s profits; it creates a new sort of economy with the tools and new niches that are needed to fill these innovations.
Gone are the days where new workers learned from experts within a company. Now new employees take self-paced courses from the luxury of their home or office space. Is this as effective or efficient?
Tweet, blog, share, post… these are all terms that have taken over the business world as traditional forms of spreading a brand or company message have become less effective. How is this affecting workers?
Companies can’t deny that a healthy employee is more productive and will lead to greater profit. How are companies incorporating programs that promote better health from it’s workers?
More people are bringing the two together in order to get more done. But is it having the opposite effect and actually causing less production?