International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 1991 / Edition 1by Cary L. Cooper
Pub. Date: 09/03/1991
Composed of a series of annual volumes, it offers state-of-the-art reviews in the field of industrial and organizational psychology. Topics include psychological aspects of major organizational restructuring; methodological issues in personnel selection research; health, well-being and working women; measuring performance; the role of industrial and organizational psychology in developing countries and more. A sizable list of key references is also provided.
- Publication date:
- International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology Series, #6
- Product dimensions:
- 6.10(w) x 9.33(h) x 1.02(d)
Table of Contents
Recent Developments in Industrial and Organizational Psychology in People's Republic of China (Z. Wang).
Mediated Communication and New Organizational Forms (J. Andriessen).
Performance Measurement: A Multi-Discipline View (D. Ilgen & J. Schneider).
Ergonomics: Trends and Influences (E. Megaw).
Aging and Work (D. Davies, et al.).
Methodological Issues in Personnel Selection Research (H. Schuler & A. Guldin).
Mental Health Counseling in Industry (N. Swanson, et al.).
Person-Job Fit: A Conceptual Integration, Literature Review, and Methodological Critique (J. Edwards).
Job Satisfaction: Dispositional and Situational Influences (R. Arvey, et al.).
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