For this Forum, in your Initial Post you will share with your classmates your observations from your research on Industrial/Organizational and Social Psychology as subspecialties and career options.
Please be sure to address BOTH subspecialties in your response to each question. Points will be deducted if both subspecialties are not clearly and separately addressed.
1) After researching these areas, do you find them to be career possibilities you are interested in or careers that don’t capture your interest? Why or why not
2) What is at least one thing you learned about each of the two subspecialties that you did not previously know?
3) Describe a “real-world” application for each of the two subspecialties How could knowledge gained through the pursuit of each subspecialty help us to understand everyday problems, dilemmas, or situations Note: your answer does not have to be specific to psychology as a field. Think broadly; psychological principles can apply to many different fields.
There is considerable synergy between Social and I/O Importantly, having expertise in both areas (as well as in Quantitative Methods/Tools) makes social and I/O students unique. Colleges and universities who want solid scholars that also provide teaching flexibility find social and I/O graduates to be especially desirable. Businesses that want researchers who are fluent in research design and analysis and who also see things from both a theoretical view and from a practical view also find social and I/O graduates to be desirable. Here’s why: Students essentially earns a major and two…………….