Introducing Industrial Psychology

Introducing Industrial Psychology is a practical and comprehensive guide to the basic concepts and principles that apply when using methods from industrial psychology, to address practical problems within organisations. This book outlines the history of industrial psychology, as well as recent developments in this field, and introduces students to the various aspects of organisational behaviour. Concepts such as personality, values, emotional intelligence and intellectual ability are framed from a workplace perspective. Other key topics that are explored include career development, employee performance, psychological processes in the workplace, work health and ergonomics, as well as labour conflict and negotiations.

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