Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Edition: 2nd 2013
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List price: $160.00
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 11/2/2012
Size: 8.66" wide x 11.26" long x 1.83" tall
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|Conducting and Communicating Research in Industrial-Organizational Psychology|
|A Snapshot in Time: Industrial-Organizational Psychology Today|
|Inferential Meta-Themes in Organizational Science Research: Causal Inference, System Dynamics, and Computational Models|
|Communicating Research Findings|
|Job and Work Analysis|
|Recruitment and Job Choice Research: Same as It Ever Was?|
|Personnel Selection and Employee Performance|
|Intelligence and the Workplace|
|Use and Importance of Personality Variables In Work Settings|
|Understanding and Facilitating Learning: Advancements in Training and Development|
|Absence, Lateness, Turnover and Retirement: Narrow and Broad Understandings of Withdrawal Behavior and Behavioral Engagement|
|Theoretical Approaches to the Study of Job Transitions|
|Job Attitudes: Cognition and Affect|
|Leadership Models, Methods and Applications: Progress and Remaining Blind Spots|
|Organization Change and Development: In Practice and in Theory|
|Work Groups and Teams in Organizations|
|Customer Service Behavior|
|Judgment and Decision Making|
|The Work Environment|
|Stress in Organizations|
|Organizational Culture and Climate|
|Diversity in Organizations|
|The Work-Family Role Interface: A Synthesis of the Research from Industrial and Organizational Psychology|