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Synopsis: With an analysis of human work behavior, this text addresses the issues of using psychology at work. A focus on the development of employees and organizational structure helps students understand how psychology is applied in the workplace. Organizational psychology is discussed as an area of I/O that focuses on social behavior, including the management of work groups and organizations. Students are presented with strategies for solving the "human problems of work" that result from environmental, technological, and social factors. Unlike other texts available for the I/O course, this book features thorough coverage of the field and applications, with pedagogical features to help the student understand more difficult concepts and provide a solid grounding for further study. Instructors will appreciate the research methods chapter.
About the Author: Lilly Berry is Professor of Psychology at San Francisco State University, where she has been since 1981. She earned her Ph. D. at the University of California, Los Angeles. Since 1974 she has been teaching a broad spectrum of psychology courses, including introductory, abnormal, physiological, and industrial/organizational. She has a strong research background which includes a personnel research project at the Los Angeles Unified School District and consultant work on research methodology for Technology Service Corporation in Los Angeles. Fully grounded in the "working world," Dr. Berry worked for several years in clerical and administrative positions when she was still a student. She has been co-coordinator of the Master's Program in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at San Francisco State University for ten years and has additional administrative experience as Chair of Psychology.
Title: Psychology At Work:An Introduction To ...
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
Publication Date: 1998
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