The Psychology of Work and Human Performance
Robert D. Smither
Longman, Jan 1, 1998 - Psychology - 590 pages
The Psychology of Work and Human Performance integrates theory and practice in an accessible, comprehensive overview of the field. Features of the Third Edition include: a greater emphasis on applying research to real-world issues such as affirmative action, downsizing, use of e-mail, and violence in the workplace; updated research throughout, including new coverage of interviewing in Chapter 3, personality assessment in Chapter 4, organizational commitment in Chapter 8, and organizational citizenship in Chapter 12; and increased use of examples and learning aids, including key terms and discussion questions for each chapter.
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