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Making an Informed Choice of Industrial–Organizational Versus Organizational Behavior as a PhD Student (and a Professor)

  • Robert P. Tett (a1), Bradley Brummel (a1), Daniel V. Simonet (a1) and Mitchell Rothstein (a2)

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E-mail: robert-tett@utulsa.edu, Address: University of Tulsa, Department of Psychology, 800 S. Tucker Drive, Tulsa, OK 74104

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Aguinis, H., Bradley, K. J., & Brodersen, A. (2014). Industrial–organizational psychologists in business schools: Brain drain or eye opener? Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 7(3), 284303.
Miner, J. B. (2003). The rated importance, scientific validity, and practical usefulness of organizational behavior theories: A quantitative review. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 2(3), 250268.
Tett, R. P., Brown, C., Walser, B., Simonet, D. V., Tonidandel, S., & Hebl, M. (2012). The 2011 SIOP I-O psychology graduate program benchmarking survey: Overview and selected norms. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 49(2), 2538.

Making an Informed Choice of Industrial–Organizational Versus Organizational Behavior as a PhD Student (and a Professor)

  • Robert P. Tett (a1), Bradley Brummel (a1), Daniel V. Simonet (a1) and Mitchell Rothstein (a2)

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