Contact Information

Dr. Jack Aiello
Department of Psychology Rutgers University Tillett Hall Rm. 621, 53 Avenue E Piscataway, NJ 08854-8040
848-445-2592
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If you would like to download my publications or my past papers, go to the publications tab.

For an application to the research team, go to the research team tab.

 

 

News

 
In The News (March, 2015): Jack Aiello's research in Harper's magazine article, "The spy who fired me: The human costs of workplace monitoring."
Thursday, 02 April 2015 15:23

The lab's research has been mentioned in the Harper's magazine article, "The spy who fired me: The human costs of workplace monitoring." You can view it here.

 

 
Appearance on the History Channel

Here is the clip from my appearance on the History Channel show United Stats of America.

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Now interviewing potential Research Team members - Application

To download our Research Team application, click here.

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Special meeting: "Graduate School in Social and I/O Psychology: Tips and Strategies."

For those who are interested in going on in the fields of Social and I/O Psychology and for students applying to I/O or Social Psych grad schools, I held my annual orientation meeting at 7:00PM on Thursday, Nov. 11th in Tillett 605. Juniors and seniors were especially encouraged to attend.

 
Organizational and Personnel Psychology is being Offered in the Summer

Organizational and Personnel Psychology is being offered in the Summer of 2015 as a hybrid course.

01:830:373 Organizational and Personnel Psychology (3)
Dates:
TBD

Time: TBD

The application of psychological principals, theories, and research to the work setting. Personnel selection, job satisfaction and morale, teams, leadership, motivation, organizational effectiveness, group and intergroup relationships, and communication in work settings.

We will use the 6th (SIXTH) edition of Ronald Riggio's book Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology, so you can now start planning accordingly.