Handbook of Research Methods in Industrial and Organizational Psychology is a comprehensive and contemporary treatment of research philosophies, approaches, tools, and techniques indigenous to industrial and organizational psychology. In this volume, leading methodological and measurement scholars discuss topics spanning the entire organizational research process. Topics include, but are not limited to, research ethics, reliability and validity, research design, qualitative research paradigms, power analysis, computational modeling, confirmatory factor analysis, internet data collection, longitudinal modeling, modeling complex data structures, multilevel research, cross-cultural organizational research, and modeling nonlinear relationships. Chapters are written so that both the novice and the experienced researcher will gain new and useful practical and theoretical insights into how to systematically and pragmatically study work-related phenomena. This handbook will serve as an excellent modern complement to other more content-based handbooks of industrial/organizational psychology, organizational behavior, and human resources management.