Handbook of Psychology. Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 2nd Edition

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Psychology is of interest to academics from many fields, as well as to the thousands of academic and clinical psychologists and general public who can′t help but be interested in learning more about why humans think and behave as they do. This award–winning twelve–volume reference covers every aspect of the ever–fascinating discipline of psychology and represents the most current knowledge in the field. This ten–year revision now covers discoveries based in neuroscience, clinical psychology′s new interest in evidence–based practice and mindfulness, and new findings in social, developmental, and forensic psychology.
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Handbook of Psychology Preface xiIrving B. Weiner

Volume Preface xiiiNeal W. Schmitt and Scott Highhouse

Contributors xv

I CONDUCTING AND COMMUNICATING RESEARCH IN INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 1

1 A SNAPSHOT IN TIME: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY TODAY 3Scott Highhouse and Neal W. Schmitt

2 INFERENTIAL META–THEMES IN ORGANIZATIONAL SCIENCE RESEARCH: CAUSAL INFERENCE, SYSTEM DYNAMICS, AND COMPUTATIONAL MODELS 14Richard P. DeShon

3 COMMUNICATING RESEARCH FINDINGS 43Nathan R. Kuncel and Jana Rigdon

II PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY 59

4 JOB AND WORK ANALYSIS 61Paul R. Sackett, Philip T. Walmsley, and Roxanne M. Laczo

5 JOB PERFORMANCE 82Stephan J. Motowidlo and Harrison J. Kell

6 RECRUITMENT AND JOB CHOICE RESEARCH: SAME AS IT EVER WAS? 104Todd C. Darnold and Sara L. Rynes

7 PERSONNEL SELECTION AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE 143Jose M. Cortina and Joseph N. Luchman

8 INTELLIGENCE AND THE WORKPLACE 184Fritz Drasgow

9 USE AND IMPORTANCE OF PERSONALITY VARIABLES IN WORK SETTINGS 211Leaetta M. Hough and Jeff W. Johnson

10 UNDERSTANDING AND FACILITATING LEARNING: ADVANCEMENTS IN TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT 244Kurt Kraiger and Satoris S. Culbertson

11 ABSENCE, LATENESS, TURNOVER, AND RETIREMENT: NARROW AND BROAD UNDERSTANDINGS OF WITHDRAWAL AND BEHAVIORAL ENGAGEMENT 262David A. Harrison and Daniel A. Newman

12 THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF JOB TRANSITIONS 292Daniel C. Feldman and Thomas W. H. Ng

III ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 309

13 MOTIVATION 311Aaron M. Schmidt, James W. Beck, and Jennifer Z. Gillespie

14 JOB ATTITUDES: COGNITION AND AFFECT 341Reeshad S. Dalal

15 LEADERSHIP MODELS, METHODS, AND APPLICATIONS: PROGRESS AND REMAINING BLIND SPOTS 367Bruce J. Avolio, John J. Sosik, and Yair Berson

16 ORGANIZATION CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT: IN PRACTICE AND IN THEORY 390John R. Austin and Jean M. Bartunek

17 WORK GROUPS AND TEAMS IN ORGANIZATIONS 412Steve W. J. Kozlowski and Bradford S. Bell

18 CUSTOMER SERVICE BEHAVIOR 470Ann Marie Ryan and Robert E. Ployhart

19 JUDGMENT AND DECISION MAKING 493Terry Connolly, Lisa Ordonez, and Steven Barker

IV THE WORK ENVIRONMENT 523

20 WORK DESIGN 525Frederick P. Morgeson, Adela S. Garza, and Michael A. Campion

21 STRESS IN ORGANIZATIONS 560Sabine Sonnentag and Michael Frese

22 CAREER DYNAMICS 593Jeffrey H. Greenhaus and Gerard A. Callanan

23 HEALTHY WORKPLACES 615Steve M. Jex, Naomi Swanson, and Paula Grubb

24 ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND CLIMATE 643Cheri Ostroff, Angelo J. Kinicki, and Rabiah S. Muhammad

25 DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATIONS 677Michelle R. Hebl and Derek R. Avery

26 THE WORK FAMILY ROLE INTERFACE: A SYNTHESIS OF THE RESEARCH FROM INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 698Tammy D. Allen

Author Index 719

Subject Index 763

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Irving B. Weiner
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