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Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology
You should look over the key terms before you begin reading a chapter and then alert yourself intrduction them as you read. Individual Sources of Work Stress: Work Group and Organizational Issues There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Employee Training and Development. The text is appropriate for courses at four-year colleges and universities, as well as two-year, community colleges. Communication in the Workplace. Lists with This Book. The text is complemented by an instructor’s resource book prepared by Organiizational Riggio, Amber Garcia, and me. The chapters are designed to facilitate learning. Group Decision Making Gone Awry: The “Up Close” feature offers helpful research-based information that can further your understanding of your past, present, or future world of work.
This book was written for you. Chapter Two Research Methods in Industrial. I hope that you will find this text an important, permanent addition to your personal library.
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These questions are designed to allow the student to “self-test” whether she or he has retained important material just read or studied. Whenever possible, the text draws on examples and illustrations from the world of work that students understand. introoduction
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Also located in the margins are brief “Stop and Review” questions. Two important themes guided the writing of this textbook. It includes detailed outlines, suggestions for lectures, discussion questions, in-class exercises, audiovisual resources, transparency masters, and other special features.
The major changes and additions in this edition are as follows: Please let me hear from you, as well. A great deal has happened in the world of work since the last edition. Contingency Models of Organizational Structure.