The journal of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice (Cindy McCauley, Editor) has accepted a focal article written by Bernardo Ferdman and Lilach Sagiv, for Volume 5, Issue 3.

The article, titled Diversity in Organizations and Cross-Cultural Work Psychology: What If They Were More Connected?discusses “how the fields of diversity in organizations and cross-cultural work psychology can benefit from greater attention to and integration with each other as well as more clarity regarding the distinctions between them.” The article’s abstract is available here: SIOP members can download the article there as well. Others wishing to see the article should contact Bernardo Ferdman.

Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice takes a focal article – peer commentary – response format, and commentaries are peer-reviewed. SIOP members and others are invited to submit commentaries on the article for publication consideration. Commentaries from a broad range of perspectives, including science and practice, and from both within and outside the U.S. are invited.

Commentaries can be submitted for review and possible publication in the journal by February 27, 2012. (Information about the journal and the process for preparing and submitting commentaries is available here:

Dr. Bernardo Ferdman is Professor in the Organizational Psychology Programs at the California School of Professional Psychology of Alliant International University and Principal, Ferdman Consulting.

Dr. Lilach Sagiv is Associate Professor in the School of Business Administration at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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