Industrial and organizational psychology research and practice 6th edition
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You are currently using the site but have requested a page in the site. Would you like to change to the site? Paul E. Author Paul Spector provides readers with 1 cutting edge content and includes new and emerging topics, such as occupational health and safety, and 2 a global perspective of the field. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Research and Practice , 6th Edition is available in alternate versions eBooks and custom for professors and students.
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The field of industrial and organizational psychology continues to see attention and growth and has become one of the major applied specialties in the study of psychology. Since findings from research in this field are relevant to everyone who has held a job, and the field has developed proven methods that businesses and organizations need, industrial and organizational psychology is an excellent demonstration of how society can benefit from the study of psychology. The 6th Edition of Industrial and Organizational Psychology incorporates all new and updated literature that has been written on the topic since the 5th edition. Spector's goal is to provide an overview and comprehensive understanding of organizational psychology. Each of the major areas that comprise industrial and organizational psychology is covered in five parts: introduction to the discipline; assessment of jobs, performance, and people; selecting and training employees; the individual and the organization; and the social context of work. Convert currency. Add to Basket.