Applications in organizational settings

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This volume of the Applied Social Psychology Annuals is designed to promote closer integration of social psychology and organizational psychology. Each chapter presents an applied approach to the social psychological aspects of organizational issues. The contributors consider key issues such as organizational change and resistance to change, member participation and the relationship between organizational and non-organizational behaviour. A more informal style was adopted than is common in the psychological literature, so that this volume will be of interest and value to applied social scientists in general.

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Social Psychology
7
METHODS AND ISSUES
19
Measuring Occupational Stress Strain and Coping
67
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Oskamp of The Claremont Graduate School

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