Duane P Schultz Psychology Work Today

ISBN 13: 9780024080912

Psychology Work Today

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9780024080912: Psychology Work Today

Created for undergraduate courses in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Business Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and Applied Psychology. An invaluable preparation guide for entering today's business and industrial world, this informative, sophisticated and entertaining text teaches students about the nature of work in modern society and shows them how I/O psychology will directly influence their lives as job applicants, trainees, employees, managers, coordinators, and consumers.

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Current, actual work situations and on-the-job problems provide the context for this text's coverage of industrial/organizational psychology, showing students how the theories and findings of the field will directly affect them, as job applicants, trainees, employees, managers, and consumers. This edition upholds a tradition of portraying work in modern society and reflecting the changing influences of technology, demographics, and the economy.

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Focusing on practical and applied issues in today's business and industrial world, this informative and entertaining book teaches readers about the nature of work in modern society and shows them how I/O psychology will directly influence their lives as job applicants, trainees, employees, managers, coordinators, and consumers.Covers the major theories, models, research techniques and findings of the science of I/O psychology within the framework of actual work situations and problems. Describes programs in action, showing how they are developed and implemented in a variety of organizational settings with diverse groups of workers operating in many countries. Recognizes the changing composition of the work force, changing economic conditions, and the effects of technology on the nature and content of jobs as we approach the 21st century. Explores such cutting-edge topics as changing attitudes on affirmative action and the role of self-esteem and negative affectivity in stress. Incorporates more than 400 new research studies and theoretical articles throughout, plus integrates 'Newsbreaks' which provide informal discussions of real-world job issue.For psychologists and business professionals.

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