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Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Linking Theory with Practice. Manchester Business and Management Series

  • ID: 2217691
  • Book
  • 372 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This book brings together the foremost industrial and organizational psychologists and leading practitioners to explore contemporary themes confronting organizations today.

Examining the relationship between theory and practice, they show how one enriches the other. For each chapter, the academic author focuses on theory and research, and the practitioner–based author on how this is applied in real work situations.

Industrial and Organizational Psychology will be of interest to students, academics and practitioners in occupational psychology, and managers concerned about the human resource. It provides a comprehensive overview of what is practically relevant stemming from the science of industrial and organizational psychology, in what context it is or is not appropriate, and what needs to be done in the future.

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Editors.

Contributors.

Editorial foreword: Cary l. Cooper and Edwin Locke.

1. Incentives: Theory and Practice: Kathryn M. Bartol and Cathy C. Durham.

2. Workplace Interventions to Prevent Stress–related Illness: Lessons from Research and Practice: Daniel C. Ganster and Larry Murphy.

3. Advances in Leadership Training and Development: Marilyn E. Gist and Dana McDonald–Mann.

4. The Pursuit of Organisational Justice: From Conceptualization to Implication to Application: Jerald Greenburg and Allan Lind.

5.Team Effectiveness in Theory and Practice: J. Richard Hackmann, Ruth Wageman, Thomas M. Ruddy and Charles R. Ray.

6. Theory and Practice of Leadership: Into the New Millennium: Ram Aditya, Robert J. House and Steven Kerr.

7. Job Satisfaction: Research and Practice: Timothy A. Judge and Allan H. Church.

8. Overlooking Theory and Research in Performance Appraisal at One′s Peril: Much Done, More to Do: Gary Latham and Sooson (Daghighi) Latham.

9. Goal Setting: Theory and Practice: Terry Michell, Ken Thompson and Jane George–Falvy.

10. Research on the Employment Interview: Usefulness for Practice and Recommendations for Future Research: Sara L. Rynes, Alison E. Barber and Gale H. Varma.

11. Intelligence, Motivation, and Job Performance: John E. Hunter, Frank L. Schmidt, John M. Rauschenberger and Michele E. A. Jayne.

12. Organizational Recruitment: Enhancing the Intersection of Research and Practice: M. Susan Taylor and Christopher J. Collins.

13. Conclusion: The Challenge of Linking Theory with Practice: Cary L. Cooper and Edwin A. Locke.

Index.

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Cary L. Cooper
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