The 18th Annual River Cities I-O (RCIO) Psychology Conference was held at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on October 15, 2022. Approximately 92 students and professionals participated in this event to explore the changing nature of work. Attendees represented more than 8 different universities and several non-academic organizations. This year's event was kicked off with a keynote presentation by Dr. Shawn Bergman from Appalachian State University. A series of other presentations then followed throughout the day (as summarized in these proceedings). A lively and interactive poster session also included 24 poster presentations. Details on all of the presentations from RCIO 2022 are available in these online proceedings.

The winners of the 2022 RCIO poster competition were as follows:

1st place:
Rylie Sant, Shawn Bergman, Timothy Ludwig, Yalcin Acikgoz, Tanner Landolt, Sunny Barboj, Jacob Leslie, & Nick Granowsky (Appalachian State University): Does safety make a difference? The impact of safety observations on injury likelihoods

2nd place:
Karli Guice, Skylar Oney, & Malissa Clark (University of Georgia): Investigating the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program's Impact on Public Service Employees

Alexa Sterling et al. (App State) The Role of Race on the Prevalence of and Perceived Response to Workplace Sexual Harassment

3rd place:
Melissa Sorenson & Katrina Burch (Western Kentucky University): Coping mechanisms, cognitive appraisal, and workplace incivility outcomes

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