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I/O psychology, also known as industrial, occupational or organizational psychology, refers to the controlled study of human behavior in the work environment.  An I/0 psychologist will typically use scientific-based research to identify what current problems exists in the workplace and how attitudes and behaviors can be improved.

An I/O psychologist will then apply various psychological theories and principles with the specific aim to modify employee morale. Common variables that affect the workplace include conflict between employees, a decrease in individual physical health and well-being and individual psychological risks.

An I/O psychologist may work closely with a human resource team to figure out the most effective and strategic way to ensure that all employees are healthy and happy psychologically in their working environment. In fact, I/O psychologist now run HR departments at some institutions and companies, while others are simply helping HR departments with best practices.

Sample 1st Paragraph for the Masters Degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology

Earning my BA in Psychology in 2001, I now have almost a decade and a half putting that experience to work. Thus, I feel strongly that I am at my optimal point for excelling in graduate school utilizing the professional tool kit that I have developed as a problem solver and communicator, training new employees in the social services, designing improvement programs for employees, along with general management experience. My current position as the Program Manager, since September of 2013, for XXXX County Family Haven, in particular, has provided me with a vast range of knowledge and skills which I feel strongly will enable me to excel in the future as an I/O Psychology professional, working in either the public or private sectors on behalf of the organization(s) that I will serve.


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Sample 1st 2 Paragraphs, I/O Psychology, Disabled in the Workplace

XXXX College is my first choice for graduate school for a variety of reasons including your strengths, diversity, and creativity of your program leading to the Master’s Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Human nature and organization, especially communication technology have always been my areas of most intense curiosity and exploration. Something of a cross between a tech geek and a social worker, I am a young woman who feels a very special calling to contribute throughout the course of a long professional lifetime to advancing the causes of the disabled in the work place - inclusion, access, enrichment - drawing upon 3 years of current experience working with the disabled. My ideal job would be to serve as an evaluation and assessment analyst/manager, contributing to strategy formation and the design, development, and execution of evaluations and assessment plans for specific populations and/or projects.

My greatest contribution that I could make to society, if accepted into the MA I/O Psychology program, would be to help and assist individuals with developmental disabilities in the workforce. There is a stigma against these individuals and employers may not think they are the right fit for a job due to the employment interview. However, just because they don’t follow the “norm” or answer the questions in ways familiar to the employers, does not mean they are a bad fit for the job. Interviews aren’t fair if one’s social skills are not too strong. However, this doesn’t mean that they cannot carry out the task better than the next person. By creating these assessments an employer would be able to see if this person would be a good fit and if they have the ability to handle such tasks.