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Exploring industrial & organizational psychology: work & organizational behavior

Exploring industrial & organizational psychology: work & organizational behavior

Industrial and organizational psychology (also called I/O psychology, work and organizational psychology or just plain organizational psychology) is the fastest growing occupation in the United States according to a Labor Department report:http://abcnews.go.com/Business/americas-20-fastest-growing-jobs-surprise/story?id=22364716.

Exploring Industrial & Organizational Psychologysurveys the research and theory in this exciting field as well as the applications of the science to the practical problems of managing people in organizations.

Table of contents:

Preface

Chapter 1: What is I/O Psychology?

Chapter 2: A history of I/O Psychology

Chapter 3: I/O Psychology as a science

Chapter 4: Work motivation

Chapter 5: Attitudes toward work and organizations

Chapter 6: Work stress

Chapter 7: Social processes in organizations

Chapter 8: Social structures in organizations

Chapter 9: Groups and teams in organizations

Chapter 10: Leadership

Chapter 11: Analyzing work

Chapter 12: Criterion development, performance appraisal, and feedback

Chapter 13: Employee training and development

Chapter 14: Principles of employee selection

Chapter 15: Constructs and methods in employee selection

Eplilogue

Quality

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Diane Bandow
Diane Bandow (Faculty)
4 years ago

UPDATE: The issue below has been resolved, thanks to the author. This is now in the 'review' category.

Sign-up is required to access this course through the canvas system, and the sign-up process does not work because the applicant must check a box that says "I am not a robot", and the system does not allow you to check that box. As a result, it is not possible to sign up, to review the material, or anything.

Robert Dipboye
Robert Dipboye (Faculty)
4 years ago
There was a glitch on one widget that I thought was corrected...let me know if there is still a problem and if so, which one of the widgets you tried to access. Sorry for the problem.