Advances in industrial organizational psychology
Barry J. Fallon, H. Peter Pfister, John Brebner, International Union of Psychological Science, Australian Psychological Society
North-Holland, 1989 - Psychology - 471 pages
Knowledge about organizations and the behaviour of those within them continues to expand at a rapid rate. The major purpose of this volume of the Proceedings is to provide the reader with a review of some of the recent developments in the area of industrial and organizational psychology. The papers cover a variety of aspects of organization. There are some which address matters of direct relevance to those who have not yet entered the workforce - for example the relationship between secondary school subject choice and occupational choice, and longitudinal studies of school-leavers. Other papers are directed to the other extreme of the work life - unemployment and early retirement.
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