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Mother like Mothers and Work like Fathers

Posted October 28, 2021

Annie McConnon1 · Allegra J. Midgette2,3 · Clare Conry‑Murray1 Accepted: 12 October 2021 © The Author(s) 2021 Abstract Many U.S. women report balancing competing demands for labor within the family and the workplace. Prior research has found that young adult heterosexual U.S. women are still anticipating doing the majority of their future family’s childcare and […]

Texas A&M University Psychology Students Improve Aggieland’s Work Environments

Posted July 21, 2021

Psychology students in the MSIOP program offer free service to local organizations to help them stay ahead of the competition typical in today’s fast-moving job market. By Rachel Knight ‘18 Student groups, like the ones photographed here, help improve local businesses with their pro-bono consulting projects. Psychology masters students with a concentration in industrial/organizational psychology […]

Back-To-Office Anxiety

Posted May 25, 2021

Three Texas A&M University experts in psychology and brain sciences offer research-based insights for coping with stress when employees return to campus on June 1.  Full story


  • The Grad Perspective

    The Grad Perspective  This week I asked two inspiring women in the  Industrial-Organizational Psychology Graduate program at Texas A&M about their experiences in the program and what they have learned about Graduate School in General. Their responses are below.   Pamela Gonzalez Vargas What encouraged you to pursue further schooling and ultimately apply for graduate […]