Office of Teaching Resources for Psychology Online
The following materials were created by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) in an effort to produce some “shovel-ready” modules for incorporating I-O Psychology topics directly into Introductory Psychology courses. Although interest in I-O psychology has grown among students, very few introductory psychology textbooks cover the topic. Therefore, we have designed modules that correspond directly with the topics typically discussed in introductory psychology courses (e.g. Biopsychology in the workplace, Memory and Job Performance, etc.) that can be “cut-and-pasted” into already prepared lectures.
Allen, Joseph A.; Bulger, Carrie; Cunningham, Chris; Kath, Lisa; Horvath, Mike; Mullins, Morrie; and Tonidandel, S., "Materials for Incorporating I/O into an Introductory Psychology Course" (2013). Psychology Faculty Publications. 79.
Consciousness in Shiftwork.pptx (84 kB)
Emotions in the Workplace.pptx (51 kB)
Learning in the Workplace.pptx (62 kB)
Memory and Performance Evaluations at Work.pptx (81 kB)
Motivation in the Workplace.pptx (57 kB)
Personality_in_the_Workplace.pptx (50 kB)
S&P_in_the_Workplace.pptx (53 kB)
Social and I-O psychology.pptx (56 kB)
Stress and Well-being in the Workplace.pptx (64 kB)