Your Career in Psychology: Industrial/organizational Psychology
Thomson/Wadsworth, 2005 - Psychology - 84 pages
YOUR CAREER IN PSYCHOLOGY: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY introduces students to the variety of forms that industrial, organizational, and human factors careers may take. Each chapter presents a career path, including an overview, advantages and disadvantages, and a profile of a psychologist who has chosen that path. This book is a wonderful starting point for exploring careers in industrial and organizational psychology.
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