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The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist (TIP) is an official publication of the Society forIndustrial and Organizational Psychology, Inc. Circulation is approximately 6,500, whichincludes the membership of the Society (professional and student), public and corporate libraries,and individual subscribers. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, TIP (ISSN 07391110,USPS#014838), is pub lished quarterly by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psy-chology, Inc., 440 East Poe Road, Suite 101, Bowling Green, OH 43402-1355.
Mission Statement: The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist (TIP) is an official publicationof the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Inc., Division 14 of the AmericanPsychological Association and an Organizational Affiliate of the American Psychological Society.The purpose of TIP is to provide news, reports, and noncommercial information related to the fun-damental practice, science, and teaching issues in industrial and organizational psychology.
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Editorial Board:Alexander AlonsoStuart CarrRich CoberSatoris CulbertsonMarcus DicksonEric DunleavyTomas GibersonArthur GutmanMilton Hakel
Scott HighhousePaul LevySuzanne MiklosPaul MuchinskyDavid PollackRob SilzerLori Foster ThompsonMo WangStephen YoungMike Zickar
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TIPLisa Steelman, EditorThe Industrial-Organizational Psychologist Florida Institute of Technology150 West University BoulevardMelbourne, FL 32901-6975Phone: (321) 674-7316E-mail: email@example.com
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Featured Articles7 A Message From Your President
12 From the Editor: Summertime and the Livin Is EasyLisa Steelman
17 Letters to the Editor
21 Arrogance: A Formula for Leadership Failure
Stanley B. Silverman, Russell E. Johnson, Nicole McConnell,
and Alison Carr
30 Beyond Frontiers: The Critical Role of Cross-Cultural Competence
in the Military
Elizabeth Culhane, Patrice Reid, Loring J. Crepeau, and Daniel
39 On the Validity of the Selection and Assessment Interview
Andrea Castiello dAntonio
45 The Benefit of a Degree in I-O Psychology or Human Resources
Xuan Wang and George B. Yancey
53 How to Write More While Experiencing Less Pain: Practical Advice
for Professors, Practitioners, and Graduate Students
Nathan A. Bowling
62 Science Advocacy Survey Results: A Brief Report
Tammy D. Allen, Fred Oswald, and Eunae Cho
Editorial Departments71 Its Driving Me Crazy
Paul M. Muchinsky
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73 Max. Classroom Capacity
Marcus W. Dickson
77 The Academics Forum:Service Is a Seven-Letter WordSatoris S. Culbertson
81 TIP-TOPICS for Students:Money (Really) Matters: Tips From the Frontline on Balancing Graduate School FinancesJessica E. Dinh and Allison S. Gabriel
87 Pro-Social I-OQuo Vadis? How Geneva Sees UsStuart C. Carr
91 International Practice Forum: Work Stress Auditing: Assessing the Differences in StressorsAlex Alonso and Mo Wang
98 Spotlight on Global I-O
Lori Foster Thompson, Alexander E. Gloss, and M. K. Ward
Industrial and Organizational Psychology in CroatiaHelena Hanizjar
102 The History Corner: Horace Secrists (1933) Theory of Organizational Mediocrity: A Cautionary TaleScott Highhouse
105 On the Legal Front:Supreme Court to Rule on Fisher v. University of Texas: Is Grutter In Trouble?Eric Dunleavy and Art Gutman
115 Good ScienceGood Practice:Developing Women LeadersTom Giberson and Suzanne Miklos
119 Practice Perspectives: SIOPMembers, Graduate Educations, and Employment FocusRob Silzer and Chad Parson
132 Practitioners Forum:Keeping Practice on the MoveRich Cober
134 Foundation Spotlight: Announcing the Jeanneret AwardMilton D. Hakel
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News & Reports133 SIOP 2012 Ah ha! Moments
Satoris S. Culbertson
138 SIOPs Impact Hits San Diego!
Lisa Finkelstein and Deborah Rupp
142 SIOP2012 Highlights
145 2012 SIOPAward Winners
153 Announcement of New SIOPFellows
Walter C. Borman
162 2012 Frank Landy SIOP 5K Fun Run
165 Are You on my.SIOP? What Members Are Saying About SIOPs
New Online Network
167 You Can Now Customize Books in the Practice Series to Suit Your
Allen I. Kraut
169 Moving Forward: The Strategic Planning and Policy Ad Hoc Committee
171 Announcement of New SIOPEditors
172 Change in Submission and Closing Dates for Applications for SIOP
Foundation Funding Opportunities
173 Report From the APA Council of Representatives, February 2012
Debra A. Major
175 SIOP 2013 Annual Conference Program: Houston
176 SIOP Proudly Presents the 8th Annual Leading Edge Consortium
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178 Obituaries: Sidney Gael; William C. Howell
182 SIOP Members in the News
188 Announcing New SIOP Members
192 Conferences & Meetings
194 INFORMATION FOR CONTRIBUTORS
195 SIOPOFFICERSANDCOMMITTEE CHAIRS
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The cover image juxtaposes the natural environment with the built and indus-
trially utilitarian environment. It also provides an analogy to environmental
sustainability as a budding topic in industrial-organizational psychology.
The critical role that I-O psychology has in the area of environmental sus-
tainability will be explored in the 2012 Leading Edge Consortium:
Environmental Sustainability at Work: Advancing Research, Enhancing
Practice. The conference will be held October 1920 in New Orleans. Go to
http://www.siop.org/lec/ for more information and to register.
Photo courtesy of Stacy Eitel Davis
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Summertime and the Livin Is Easy
Many of us view summer as the time to slow down, relax, and breathe a
little. Not so at SIOP! This issue of TIP is packed full of information, activi-ty, and news from the members that make SIOP the premier professional
organization for I-O psychologists all over the world.
We have an article by Stan Silverman, Russell Johnson, Nicole
McConnell, and Alison Carr discussing their program of research on leader-
ship arrogance. They provide information on the impact of arrogance in top
leaders and how to assess and address leadership arrogance. Elizabeth Cul-
hane, Patrice Reid, Loring Crepeau and Daniel McDonald discuss cross-cul-
tural competence in the U.S. military. They share how the military is current-
ly defining cross-cultural competence and some of the initiatives under way to
ensure our military are mission ready to work in cultural contexts other than
their own. Andrea Castiello dAntonio discusses his view on the nature of
the validity of unstructured interviews and George Yancey and Xuan Wang
share the results of their study on the use of selection procedures by human
resource executives with different backgrounds and training. For those of you
suffering from summertime writers block, Nathan Bowling has contributed
some advice for putting words on paperor onto your computer screen.
The SIOP volunteers and executive board are also hard at work this summer,
as they are throughout the year. You can read about many