Organizational Psychology, Volume 1

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Philip Stone, Mark Cannon
Ashgate/Dartmouth, 1997 - Psychology - 2007 pages
These three volumes aim to provide a broad selection of organizational psychology journal articles, some from the late 1980s, but most from the early 1990s. Forming part of a library of management, they focus on the contributions of psychological theory and research towards the understanding and effective management of both profit and non-profit organizations. The volumes are divided into nine sections with a short introduction provided for each section. This points out the main psychological theories underlying the articles appearing in that section as well as the rationale for choosing these particular articles. Each article was selected for offering both a well-grounded psychological theory, but also a higher yield of practical applications, and to enable the volume to represent different approaches rather than to simply summerize the literature.

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