Justin Sprung

I am an Industrial-Organizational (I-O) psychologist, which means (broadly) that my research focuses on applying psychological principles to the workplace in order to improve worker well-being and performance. One of the best features of psychology – and the various disciplines within the field – is that many of the topics are relevant to everyday life.

Therefore, regardless of whether or not you are a psychology major, you can benefit a great deal from the concepts you learn in class. Accordingly, in all of my classes I seek to not only develop students' knowledge about psychological principles, but also encourage students to apply the information they have learned in order to enhance their personal and professional experiences.