The Psychology of Behaviour at Work: The Individual in the Organization

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Psychology Press, 1997 - Psychology - 722 pages
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This comprehensive textbook adopts a psychological perspective to take a fresh look at organisational behaviour. It is a suitable text for accompanying undergraduate psychology courses, providing both the necessary grounding for the student and a realistic backdrop to contextualize theories and add a real-life dimension. Human resource managers should also find this book of interest.; Using a series of boxed illustrations and tables to enhance the text, the author presents the basic tools for understanding organisational psychology and helps readers to understand and grapple with the issues faced by researchers in the field. Special sections are provided on research, human resources and cross-culturalism at the end of each chapter.
Key Features:
* A comprehensive, up-to-date and integrated introduction to organizational psychology for students
* The author is both a gifted educator/author and a leading researcher in the field
* Abundant student exercises and summary tales

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