[IPAC-List] A list of the 50 Most Influential Living Psychologists

Blair, Michael Michael.Blair2 at opm.gov
Tue Jan 7 16:21:27 EST 2020

Take a look at how the rankings were compiled, as that explains it.  In a nutshell, “…approach uses machine learning and search algorithms to characterize academic influence on the web…”  The topics we explore as I/Os are, for the most part, not those that get the most traction under this methodology.

Michael D. Blair
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United States Office of Personnel Management

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From: IPAC-List <ipac-list-bounces at ipacweb.org> On Behalf Of Lance Seberhagen
Sent: Tuesday, January 7, 2020 2:48 PM
To: Joel Wiesen <jwiesen at appliedpersonnelresearch.com>; IPAC-List <IPAC-List at ipacweb.org>
Subject: Re: [IPAC-List] A list of the 50 Most Influential Living Psychologists

What?  No I/Os on the List of 50 Most Influential Psychologists!  I'm sure we all can name at least 50 I/Os who we would rank higher.

Thanks for heads up, Joel.
Lance Seberhagen, Ph.D.
Seberhagen & Associates
9021 Trailridge Court
Vienna, VA 22182

On 1/7/2020 9:47 AM, Joel Wiesen wrote:

From the web, from a source not known to me:

The 50 Most Influential Living Psychologists in the World and some of the books they wrote.


I did not see any I/O types. Let me know if you see any.

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