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Frederick P. Morgeson, Ph.D.

Editor, Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and
Organizational Behavior

Eli Broad Professor of Management
Broad College of Business
Michigan State University

E-mail: fred@morgeson.com

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With more than 25 years of experience...

Frederick P. Morgeson (Ph.D., Purdue University) is the Eli Broad Professor of Management at Michigan State University and current and founding Editor of the Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior. As an Industrial and Organizational psychologist,  Dr. Morgeson is internationally recognized as one of the most prolific and highly-cited scholars in the world (with more than 90 publications and 30,000 citations), an award-winning educator, a leader in the field (previous Editor of Personnel Psychology and past Chair of the Academy of Management Human Resources Division), and an active organizational consultant (over 130 organizations). He has presented at universities and conferences around the world and has earned many awards for his research, including numerous best paper awards, citations, and nominations, and won the Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution from the American Psychological Association. In recognition of this, Dr. Morgeson has been named Fellow of Academy of Management, American Psychological Association, Association for Psychological Science, and Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.

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New and Notable
  • Does employee turnover start another cycle of turnover? For answers, see our new Turnover Event Theory in Personnel Psychology.
  • I am excited to be working with the U.S. Army Research Institute on the future of event-based leadership.
  • Volume 8 of the Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior is now available! Check out the exceptional reviews from the field's leading scholars.
  • What if independence assumptions are violated in psychometric meta-analysis? See our article on the possibility, prevalence, and consequences of such violations in Personnel Psychology.
  • Thank you to the Broad College for consecutive Instructor Excellence Awards for my teaching in the Executive MBA program!
  • Pondering the reasons academics attend conferences, a forthcoming article with my international colleagues in Human Resource Management Review.
  • "I Know How I Feel but Do I Know How You Feel," a forthcoming article in Journal of Applied Psychology with colleagues Zhenyu Yuan and Xiaoyu Wang exploring inaccuracy and bias in Leader-Member Exchange judgements.
  • Careful with how job applicants interpret your CSR activities, a forthcoming article with my colleagues at University of Alabama, The American College of Greece, and Old Dominion University in Human Releations.