Herman Aguinis, PhD, received the Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).
The annual award is presented in recognition of a lifetime of outstanding contributions to the science of industrial and organizational psychology.
The Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award recognizes an IO psychologist who has made the most eminent empirical and / or theoretical scientific contributions to the field, whether the contributions have been made in industry, academia, government or otherwise. organizational framework.
Dr Aguinis has produced an enviable record of influential scientific contributions to industrial and organizational psychology. His 180 journal articles and nine books created new research agendas, shaped existing agendas, and changed the conversation in many areas of OI psychology.
In addition to a wide range of theoretical and empirical contributions, Dr Aguinis has made important contributions to issues of interest to research and practice in IO psychology, making him the epitome of the scientist-practitioner model. . He is also an ambassador for IO psychology across national, cultural and scientific boundaries.
Dr Aguinis’ theoretical and empirical innovation and influence can be seen in many important areas, including corporate social responsibility, star performers and performance distribution, testing bias and fairness, recommendations best methodological practices and the state of science. contributions. For these and other contributions, he has been ranked among the most impactful, influential and productive scholars in the world.
Aguinis and the other distinguished SIOP award winners were honored at the opening plenary session of the 36th SIOP Annual Conference, which took place virtually April 14-17.
The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) is an international professional organization with nearly 10,000 industrial and organizational psychologists (IO) annually. SIOP’s mission is to improve human well-being and performance in organizational and work environments by promoting the science, practice and teaching of IO psychology.
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