As a leading researcher in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Dr. James has been active in building new measurement systems for personality and in studying the effects of organizational environments on individual adaptation, motivation, and productivity. His statistical contributions have been designed to make possible tests of new models in areas such as organization climate, leadership, and personnel selection.
The School of Psychology and CARMA are proud to invite the community to enjoy an afternoon of live guest lectures honoring Dr. James’ contributions. All lectures will also be accessible via CARMA webcast.
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