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Written by a leading researcher in one of the nation’s top I/O programs, Paul Levy’s text has long been acclaimed for its concise, research-based approach. In the new edition, you will find an unparalleled balance of theory and practice. New “Taking It to the Field” exercises put students in the role of an I/O professional who must apply their knowledge from the chapter to advise their client. Long-time users of the book will still enjoy the author’s personable writing style, concise explanations of complex phenomena, and up-to-date perspective on the field.
Table of Contents
1. I/O Psychology: Then and Now 2. Research Methods in I/O Psychology 3. Job Analysis 4. Criterion Measurement 5. Performance Appraisal 6. Predictors 7. Selection Decisions and Personnel Law 8. Training and Development 9. Motivation 10. Job Attitudes: Antecedents and Consequences 11. Stress and Worker Well-Being 12. Group Process and Work Teams 13. Leadership 14. Organizational Theory and Development