Welcome to CARMA’s
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)
About CARMA Affiliate Programs
CARMA Affiliate Programs are a set of free programs offered in partnership with professional associations and groups from fields of management. Their focus is educating faculty and graduate students on discipline appropriate research methods. These programs allow access to resources already developed by CARMA, as well as new events developed for and in partnership with CARMA Affiliates. Our affiliate programs last from the date of purchase until August 31st, 2022.
About Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
SIOP is the premier professional association for the science and practice of I-O psychology. While an independent organization with its own governance, SIOP also represents Division 14 of the American Psychological Association and is an organizational affiliate of the Association for Psychological Science.
I-O psychology is a dynamic and growing field that addresses workplace issues at the individual and organizational level. I-O psychologists apply research that improves the well-being and performance of people and the organizations that employ them. This involves everything from workforce planning, employee selection, and leader development to studying job attitudes and job motivation, implementing work teams, improving diversity and inclusion, and facilitating organizational change.
Introductory Research Methods and Analysis Webcast Lectures Access
CARMA’s Introductory Research Methods and Analysis Webcast Lectures are a set of of 25 recorded presentations from the CARMA Video Library. They have been selected so as to result in content roughly comparable to that covered in a graduate level introductory level research methods course that would be offered in organizational and social sciences. Each one-hour Introductory Webcast Lecture is accompanied by its Powerpoint slides, and also an on-line assessment is available for those participating in CARMA’s Research Methods and Education Program. Presenters include nationally recognized scholars, many of whom are former editors and editorial board members as well as research methods award winners. Examples of topics in the Introductory Webcast Lectures include inductive research, hypothesis testing, survey research and scale development, regression analysis, multi-level methods, ethnography, publishing qualitative research, and meta-analysis.
The full set of Introductory Webcast Lectures include:
Theoretical Specification and Methodological Rigor: Matching Theory and Methods
Dr. Michael Hitt
Inductive Research Approaches
Dr. Paul Spector
Power Analysis for Traditional and Modern Hypothesis Tests
Dr. Kevin Murphy
Non-Responses to Organizational Surveys
Dr. Steven Rogelberg
Relative Importance of Predictors with Regression Models
Dr. James LeBreton
Practical Issues in Developing a Measure
Dr. Fred Oswald
The Promise and Perils of Wearable Sensors in Organizational Research
Dr. John Hollenbeck
Measures of Agreement for Group Level Research
Dr. James LeBreton
Developments and Resources for Relative Importance Analysis
Dr. Scott Tonidandel
Estimating Interaction Effects Using Multiple Regression
Dr. Herman Aguinis
Regression Models for Limited Range Dependent Variables
Dr. David Harrison
Dr. David MacKinnon
Hierarchical Linear Modeling
Dr. David Hofmann
Multi-Level Organizational Research: Where We’ve Been, and Where are We Heading
Dr. Gilad Chen
Contributing to Applied Psychology with Laboratory Research
Dr. John Hollenbeck
Lab vs Field OB: Do Findings Converge?
Dr. Jason A. Colquitt
Emerging Questions in Longitudinal Research
Dr. Robert Ployhart
Cross Cultural Research Methods
Dr. Mark Peterson
Crafting Qualitative Organizational Research
Dr. Ann Cunliff
Qualitative Rigor in Inductive Organizational Research
Dr. Kevin G. Corley
More Tales of the Field: Ethnography Then and Now
Dr. John Van Maanen
Publishing Criteria for Qualitative Research
Dr. Mike Pratt
Tips and Traps for Publishing Qualitative Research: An Editor’s Perspective
Dr. Tima Bansal
Statistical and Methodological Myths and Urban Legend
Dr. Robert Vandenberg
Total Recall: Should Meta-Analyses Have Expiration Dates
Dr. Hannah Rothstein
CARMA Live Events Access (Topic Interest Group – Open Science and Replication Research)
Topic Interest Groups (TIG) are established to meet student and faculty researchers’ needs not currently met by CARMA’s Webcast Lecture Series and CARMA Live Online Short Courses. CARMA TIG events will be hosted using the Zoom Meeting platform, with individual live access provided.
CARMA TIGs provides:
instruction on specialized research methods topics via Tutorials,
access to guidance from noted methodologists through Ask the Experts Panels,
discussion of current research methods articles via review sessions,
discussion of CARMA Video Library recordings, and
opportunity to meet and interact with others sharing similar interests with our CARMA Networking Sessions.
CARMA-SIOP Affiliate Program Collection and Live Events
In addition to the existing program benefits described above, CARMA will collaborate with SIOP to deliver recordings and live events to CARMA-SIOP Affiliate Members of special importance to SIOP members. Types of events will include workshop lectures, panel sessions, and half-day workshops. Presenters will include members of the SIOP community as well as existing CARMA contributors. Recorded events will be included in the CARMA-SIOP Affiliate Collection on a monthly rotating basis. Access through CARMA Video Library or CARMA YouTube Channel is available. Special content available to CARMA-SIOP Affiliate members include:
Webcast lecture by Dr. Fred Oswald, Big Data Analytics, Fall 2019 (available in Video Library)
Live access to CARMA’s fourth webcast lecture by Dr. Lilian Eby, University of Georgia – Funding at NIH: Topics, Processes, Research Methods; Nov. 12, 2022, 12:00 – 1:30 PM EDT
2022 CARMA-SIOP Open Science Summer Series
The overall focus of the workshop series is to introduce and teach attendees about open science practices that are widely believed to help researchers produce studies that are better planned and understood by all collaborators involved; more transparent and reproducible; and more accessible, useful, and impactful to the research and practice communities interested in the research. The virtual workshops will be hosted via CARMA’s resources (i.e., Zoom), and attendees can choose to attend any or all virtual workshops. By attending the summer series, you will learn critical principles and how-tos of open science practices that can be introduced into your research pipeline as well as learn about the perspectives of journal editors and associate editors hoping to encourage open science practices and enhance the robustness of our work.
The first is to connect our attendees with leaders in the community who want to practice and promote open science. Such social support will be crucial to making the kinds of productive changes that make our science even stronger and better.
The second is to offer sessions that facilitate the development of knowledge and skills for making open science a reality for both research and practice.
CARMA Live Online Short Courses (affiliate members receive 25% discount)
Each CARMA short course is typically 20 hours long based on a research method or data analysis topic. CARMA Short Courses place an emphasis on hands-on experience and on the application of the methodology aimed at skills development through equal amount of lecture and lab-time. Instructors are leading methodological scholars recognized within the organizational studies and management areas as experts on their topics. Several are current or past editors of leading organizational journals. A list of CARMA Short Courses includes introductory and advanced training on quantitative and qualitative topics, including content that might not be readily available at your institution. In addition, our short courses provide students and faculty with the opportunity to network with leading scholars and other students/faculty in their areas of interest. More than 1,200 faculty and students from universities throughout the world have attended CARMA Short Courses since the summer of 2004. Past locations of these courses include Virginia and Michigan in the United States, as well as Canada, Peru, Brazil, Australia, India, The Netherlands, Singapore, Germany, United Kingdom, Israel, and China. For a schedule of upcoming Live Online Short Courses, please click the “Upcoming Short Courses” link below.
To Join the CARMA-SIOP Affiliate Program and Access Content