Faculty and students are actively involved in the I-O research community. Students are encouraged to explore all areas of I-O Psychology and work with multiple faculty members throughout the course of their graduate training. Both the students and faculty are actively involved in presenting at conferences as well as publishing in journals and other publications.
The faculty research interests at BGSU span a wide variety of topics including employee selection, judgment and decision making, psychometric theory, stress and well-being in the workplace, work motivation, and job attitudes. Please visit the faculty page to learn more about their individual research areas.
The department of Psychology has access to an outstanding undergraduate research pool, in which undergraduates are often given course credit or extra points for participating in research. Additionally, many undergraduates assist in research needs of both graduates students and faculty.
Bowling Green State University is the home of the Job Descriptive Index (JDI). The JDI is the oldest and most researched measure of job satisfaction. The JDI research group is involved in a number of research projects on job attitudes and survey development.
BGSU is also one of a number of programs to receive NIOSH funding for its research in occupational health psychology (OHP). The OHP research group studies a number of topics including shiftwork, work/life balance, workplace incivility, youth farm safety, and recovery and well-being.
Additionally, BG is affiliated with the Education and Research Center (ERC) located at the University of Cincinnati. A number of BG faculty and students have received grant funding for their research through the ERC's pilot research project program.
Updated: 05/26/2022 02:24PM