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PSYC 245 Introduction to Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology 1/20/2016 Reading: Module 1.1 1
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Instructors Daniel Newman Mengyang Cao [email protected] Alexis (Lexi) Deceanne [email protected] /Men Young/ 2
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A bit more about myself… Born in Qingdao, China Attended college in Peking University (Beijing, China) 5 th year doctoral student in I/O Psychology at U of Illinois 3
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A bit more about myself… Research Interests Measurement of individual differences (e.g., personality, vocational interests, emotional intelligence) Performance appraisal Leadership Research methods Applied Experiences College Board Test analysis State Universities Civil Service System (SUCSS) Job analysis Test analysis Google People Analytics HR analytics 4
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Office Hours Mengyang [email protected] Office: Room 237, Psychology Building Time: Wednesday 2:30pm-3:30pm or by appointment Lexi [email protected] Office: Room 230, Psychology Building Time: Monday 11am-noon Wednesday 1:30pm-2:30pm Make sure to have [PSYC 245] in your email subject line so that we can prioritize your emails 5
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Course Website http://compass.Illinois.edu Please check it regularly, as we will post announcements and class materials there 6
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Textbooks Required: Landy, F. J., & Conte, J. M. (2013). Work in the 21st century: An introduction to industrial and organizational psychology (4rd Edition) . Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing. Recommended Reading (Optional): Spector, P. (2012). Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Research and Practice (6th Edition) . Wiley. 7
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Evaluation Item Points Highest Exam Score 30 Second Highest Exam Score 30 Assignment 1 15 Assignment 2 15 Participation 10 **Bonus Points up to 3 8 Grade Points Grade Points Grade Points A+ 97.0+ A 92.0-96.9 A- 90.0-91.9 B+ 87.0-89.9 B 82.0-86.9 B- 80.0-81.9 C+ 77.0-79.9 C 72.0-76.9 C- 70.0-71.9 D+ 65.0-69.9 D 60.0-64.9 F 59.9-
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