Handbook of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Band 3

Consulting Psychologists Press, 1990 - 1095 Seiten
Volume 3 completes the overview of current research on the attributes of individuals in the organization. It then proceeds to examine individual, group, and environmental influences on the organization; indeividual and group responses to the organiztion; and the art of designing and implementing organizational structures and systems. Individual chapters deal with such topics as aptitudes and skills, developmental determinants, group influences on individuals, intergroup relationships, organizational productivity, compensation, stress, conflict and negotiation processes, strategic decision making, and reward systems.

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Marvin D. Dunnette, PhD, is professor of psychology at the University of Minnesota. He lives in St. Paul. Leaetta M. Hough, PhD, is founder and executive vice president of Personnel Decisions Research, Inc., and lives in St. Paul.

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