Sackett Named Winner of SIOP’s William A Owens Award

Paul Sackett

Professor Paul Sackett and his co-authors have been named the winners of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology’s William A Owens Award, given in recognition of the best publication in the field of Industrial and Organizational Psychology during the past full year.

The paper is titled “Revisiting meta-analytic estimates of validity in personnel selection: Addressing systematic overcorrection for restriction of range” and was published in the Journal of Applied Psychology. Professor Sackett’s co-authors include two of his former PhD students, Christopher Berry (Indiana University) and Charlene Zhang (Amazon), as well as his frequent collaborator Filip Lievens (Singapore Management University). This paper also recently received the Scholarly Achievement Award for the best-published paper from the Human Resource Management Division of the Academy of Management.

Paul Sackett, PhD, Beverly and Richard Fink Distinguished Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Minnesota.

Composed by Madison Stromberg, communications assistant.

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