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Fred Oswald, Ph.D.

Scientific Advisor

Dr. Oswald is a Professor in the Industrial/Organizational Psychology program within the Department of Psychology at Rice University. He is currently the President-elect for Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP). With more than 8,000 average annual members, SIOP is the world’s largest professional organization for industrial and organizational psychologists. His expertise deals with personnel selection and psychological testing in organizational, education and military settings. Substantively, his work deals with defining, modeling and predicting societally relevant outcomes from psychological measures that are based on cognitive and motivational constructs. His statistical work in predictive modeling, meta-analysis, structural equation modeling, and adverse impact also informs personnel selection issues and psychological testing in the research, practice and legal arenas.

Dr. Oswald earned a Ph.D. in I/O Psychology from the University of Minnesota.