This book describes industrial-organizational (I-O) psychology programs in action, showing how they are developed and implemented in a variety of organizational settings, using workers who differ by gender, age, culture, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status.
Table of Contents
Part I: The Practice of Industrial-Organizational Psychology 1. Principles, Practices, and Problems 2. Techniques, Tools, and Tactics Part II: The Development of Human Resources 3. Employee Selection Principles and Techniques 4. Psychological Testing 5. Performance Appraisal 6. Training and Development Part III: Organizational Psychology 7. Leadership 8. Motivation, Job Satisfaction, and Job Involvement 9. The Organization of the Organization Part IV: Characteristics of the Workplace 10. Working Conditions 11. Employee Safety and Health 12. Stress in the Workplace Part V: Engineering Psychology 13. Engineering Psychology Part VI: Consumer Psychology 14. Consumer Psychology