Author : Dennis Doverspike
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9781351061841
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So you want to be an Industrial-Organizational (I-O) Psychologist? You may have heard that it is one of the fields of the future, fast-growing, and a highly sought-after profession. But what is Industrial-Organizational Psychology? What does an Industrial-Organizational Psychologist do? Answering these questions and many more, Becoming an Industrial-Organizational Psychologist is the perfect introduction, providing an expert overview of careers in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, the study of human behavior in the workplace. Part 1 of the book discusses what I-O Psychology is and what I-O Psychologists do, including the history of the field, research areas, and job types and titles. Part 2 discusses the undergraduate years, including how to make oneself competitive for graduate school, and going through the process of identifying graduate programs, applying, and deciding on the right program. Part 3 focuses on the graduate years, including advice on success in a graduate program and in internships, as well as additional issues like licensure and transitioning from other careers. Finally, Part 4 discusses how to find a job and begin a career in the various sectors of I-O Psychology: academic, consulting, industry, and government.

Author : Laura Koppes Bryan
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9780429629013
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Historical Perspectives in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Second Edition updates the first edition with the latest creative and scholarly views of I-O psychology to provide a complete, up-to-date understanding of this discipline’s history within a contemporary context. This new edition includes updated chapters from the first edition as well as three completely new chapters: a history of LGBTQ+ employees’ workplace experiences, the evolution of worker well-being and work-life issues, and a reflection on the importance of context when studying workplaces and whether or not the science and practice of I-O psychology is prepared for the future. Historical Perspectives in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Second Edition compiles chapters written from the historical perspectives of I-O psychologists, historians, and other experts in their fields, all of whom use historical analyses as the method of inquiry rather than provide summarized overviews of the topics. Chapter authors rely on archival materials, primary and secondary sources, as well as interviews with luminaries and experts. Historical Perspectives in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Second Edition is essential reading for contemporary and aspiring scholars of I-O psychology and related fields, such as history of psychology, human resource management, organizational behavior, and public administration. Both scientists and practitioners will benefit from reading this text.

Author : Steven G. Rogelberg
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : SAGE
ISBN : 9781412924702
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Author : Michael Aamodt
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Cengage Learning
ISBN : 0495601063
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Striking a balance between research, theory, and application, the sixth edition of INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: AN APPLIED APPROACH prepares students for their future careers through a combination of scholarship, humor, case studies, and practical applications. Students will see the relevance of industrial/organizational psychology to their everyday lives through such practical applications as how to write a resume, survive an employment interview, write a job description, create a performance appraisal instrument, and motivate employees. Charts and tables simplify such complicated issues as employment law, job satisfaction, work motivation and leadership. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Author : Julie Olson-Buchanan
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9781848729605
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Contributions from worldwide experts showcase the power the IO community has to foster, promote and encourage pro social efforts. Also included will be commentary from an eminent group of IO psychologists who give invaluable insights into the history and the future of IO psychology .

Author : Elizabeth L. Shoenfelt
Genre : Industrial psychologists
Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN : 9780190071141
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"An Introduction to Industrial-Organizational Psychology provides a brief introduction to Industrial-Organizational (I-O) psychology; a definition of the field; an explanation of the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed by master's level I-O practitioners; and a description of I-O master's professional practice areas. I-O graduate training is introduced, highlighting differences between master's training and doctoral training. The exponential growth of I-O master's programs over the past several decades and the growing demand in the job market for I-O practitioners is noted. The authors conclude with a discussion of issues relevant to the master's degree in I-O psychology"--

Author : Donald M. Truxillo
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9780429618932
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Psychology and Work is a new edition of the award-winning textbook written for introductory Industrial and Organizational (I-O) Psychology classes. This book makes the core topics of I-O Psychology clear, relevant, and accessible to students through its dynamic design. The real-world examples from the perspectives of employees and employers highlight how I-O Psychology is applied to today’s workplace. Psychology and Work, Second Edition covers the core areas of I-O Psychology including an overview of the field and its history. The topics covered include up-to-date research methods and statistics; job analysis and criterion measurement; performance appraisal; personnel selection; training and development; work motivation; leadership; job attitudes and emotions, occupational health psychology, safety, and stress; teams; and organizational structure, culture, and change. Throughout the text, an emphasis is placed on essential issues for today’s workplace such as diversity and inclusion, the evolving role of big data and analytics, legal issues, and the changing nature of work. Written by dedicated I-O professors with expertise in I-O Psychology and teaching this course, the book and supporting materials provide a range of high-quality pedagogical materials, including interactive features, quizzes, PowerPoint slides, numerous case studies, recommended videos, and an expanded, high-quality test bank.

Author : Paul Edgar Levy
Genre : Organizational behavior
Publisher :
ISBN : 1319032966
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Author : Ann Hergatt Huffman
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9781136499234
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This book is a landmark in showing how industrial-organizational psychology and related fields contribute to environmental sustainability in organizations. Industrial-organizational psychology embraces a scientist/practitioner model: evidence-based best practice to solve real-world issues. The contributors to this book are experts in science and practice, demonstrating the ways in which human-organization interactions can drive change to produce environmentally beneficial outcomes. Overall, the authors address cogent issues and provide specific examples of how industrial-organizational psychology can guide interventions that support and maintain environmentally sound practices in organizations. Green Organizations can be used as a general reference for researchers, in courses on sustainable business, corporate social responsibility, ethical management practices and social entrepreneurship. The book will provide an excellent overview for anyone interested in sustainability in organizations, and will serve as a valuable guide to industrial-organizational psychology and management professionals.

Author : Paul E. Spector
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Wiley Global Education
ISBN : 9781119637578
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Distinct from any other text of its kind, Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Research and Practice, 7th Edition provides a thorough and clear overview of the field, without overwhelming today's I/O Psychology student. Newly updated for its seventh edition, author Paul Spector provides readers with (1) cutting edge content and includes new and emerging topics, such as occupational health and safety, and (2) a global perspective of the field.