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Research in Industrial-Organizational Psychology
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Consumer-Industrial Research Program
View research conducted by CSU faculty/students:
Attitudes at Work
Cross-Culture Issues
Discrimination in the Workplace
Diversity in the Workplace
Job Descriptions / Job Analysis
Motivation / Goal-Setting
Performance Appraisal
Personality in the Workplace
Recruitment and Selection
Research Methods / Measurement Issues
Retaliation for Unfair Events
Mailing Address
Cleveland State University
College of Science
Psychology Dept
2121 Euclid Avenue
CB 168
Cleveland, OH 44115-2214
Campus Location
Chester Building 158
2300 Chester Ave. 
Phone: 216.687.2574

Content Contact
Dr. Michael Horvath

These research summaries address issues of concern to business professionals who are interested in the ‘human’ side of the workplace. That is, these reports can address issues such as ways to improve human resources functions such as selection / recruitment, performance appraisal, or training. They can also report on issues related to improving job satisfaction, motivation, teamwork, leadership, organizational development / organizational culture / organizational climate, or cross-cultural / expatriate issues. Furthermore, they may report on social psychological research that has implications for the work environment.

They present original research and cutting edge analyses conducted by faculty and graduate students in the Consumer- Industrial Research Program at Cleveland State University. Some of this research has been published recently (we have limited our coverage to research published since 2002). Other reports describe research that has not yet been published, or research that is currently underway. For each report, we provide the email address for the author, whom you can contact for more information about the topic.