Work in the 21st Century. An Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 4th Edition

  • ID: 2330296
  • Book
  • 720 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This book retains the accessibility of the previous editions while incorporating the latest research findings, and updated organizational applications of the principles of I–O psychology. The scientist–practitioner model continues to be used as the philosophical cornerstone of the textbook. The writing continues to be topical, readable, and interesting. Furthermore, the text includes additional consideration of technological change and the concomitant change in the reality of work, as well as keeps and reinforces the systems approach whenever possible, stressing the interplay among different I–O psychology variables and constructs.
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Preface xx

Part 1 Fundamentals

1 what is Industrial and Organizational Psychology? 3

2 Methods and Statistics in I–O Psychology 49

Part 2 Industrial Psychology

3 Individual Differences and Assessment 87

4 Job Analysis and Performance 155

5 Performance Measurement 197

6 Staffing Decisions 241

7 Training and Development 275

Part 3 Organizational Psychology

8 The Motivation to Work 317

9 Attitudes, Emotions, and Work 355

10 Stress and Worker Well–Being 395

11 Fairness and Diversity in the Workplace 441

12 Leadership 473

13 Teams in Organizations 517

14 The Organizations of Work Behavior 547

Glossary G–1

References R–1

Name Index I–1

Subject Index I–16

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Frank J. Landy
Jeffrey M. Conte
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