Handbook of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Volume 1
Consulting Psychologists Press, 1990 - Psychology - 755 pages
The foremost resource in its field, these four volumes contain state-of-the-art thinking on the most significant issues in industrial and organizational psychology by leading scholars and practitioners. Volume 1 forms the groundwork for the Handbook, covering fundamental areas at both the individual and organizational level.Section one examines the major theoretical contributions to the field and the role of theory itself, while section two explores research methods and measurement strategies.
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