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Including Science Advocacy in Industrial–Organizational Curriculum

  • Samuel T. McAbee (a1), Frederick L. Oswald (a1), Eden B. King (a2), Tammy D. Allen (a3), Stephen Stark (a3), Patrick D. Converse (a4), Lillian T. Eby (a5), Lisa M. Leslie (a6), Rustin D. Meyer (a7), Steven G. Rogelberg (a8) and Liu-Qin Yang (a9)...

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E-mail: Eking6@gmu.edu, Address: Department of Psychology, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 22030

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Byrne, Z. S., Hayes, T. L., McPhail, S. M., Hakel, M. D., Cortina, J. M., & McHenry, J. J. (2014). Educating industrial–organizational psychologists for science and practice: Where do we go from here? Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives of Science and Practice, 7(1), 214.

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Including Science Advocacy in Industrial–Organizational Curriculum

  • Samuel T. McAbee (a1), Frederick L. Oswald (a1), Eden B. King (a2), Tammy D. Allen (a3), Stephen Stark (a3), Patrick D. Converse (a4), Lillian T. Eby (a5), Lisa M. Leslie (a6), Rustin D. Meyer (a7), Steven G. Rogelberg (a8) and Liu-Qin Yang (a9)...

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