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Organizational psychology is concerned with the world of work and training, specifically the functioning of organizations and how people and groups behave. PRovides self-contained, state-of-the-art reviews of topics of current concern and significant new developments in the field. Tenth in a series of annual volumes which provide authoritative reviews in the field of industrial and organizational psychology. THe chapters are &'grave;stand alone'' reviews of important existing and new topics within the organizational psychology field.
The Application of Cognitive Constructs and Principles to the Instructional Systems Model of Training: Implications for Needs Assessment, Design, and Transfer (J. Ford & K. Kraiger).
Determinants of Human Performance in Organizational Settings (A. Smith).
Personality and Industrial/Organizational Psychology (R. Schneider & L. Hough).
Managing Diversity: New Broom or Old Hat?
Unemployment: Its Psychological Costs (A. Winefield).
VDUs in the Workplace: Psychological and Health Implications (R. Bramwell & C. Cooper).
The Organizational Implications of Teleworking (A. Chapman, et al.).
The Nature and Effects of Method Variance in Organizational Research (P. Spector & M. Brannick).
Developments in Eastern Europe and Work and Organizational Psychology (R. Roe).
Contents of Previous Volumes.