I–O Psychology and Intelligence: A Starting Point Established

Authors


Charles A. Scherbaum.
E-mail: charles.scherbaum@baruch.cuny.edu
Address: Department of Psychology, Baruch College, City University of New York, Box B 8-215, One Bernard Baruch Way, New York, NY 10010

Abstract

The goal of our focal article was to initiate a conversation on how I–O psychology can reengage in research on intelligence. We are encouraged by the ways in which the commentators have furthered this conversation. We discuss 4 overarching themes in the set of commentaries: the extent that I–O psychology is contributing to the intelligence field, outsiders' impressions of I–O psychology's contributions to intelligence research, ways I–O psychology can contribute to intelligence research, and ideas about what prevents us from doing this research. We hope this collection of articles serves to truly ignite research by our field on this critical construct.

Ancillary