The goal of the Essentials of Industrial and Organizational Psychology Series is to produce accessible guides that cover basic and advanced concepts in a straight-forward, readable style. Each book in the series covers a specific topic, providing essentials that managers, practitioners, and other well-educated people should know. Although the presentation may range from traditional textbook format to edited volumes, they are all brief books that could be used as source texts in master’s and doctoral programs in IO as well as specialty undergraduate courses.
By Christopher J. L. Cunningham, Kristen Jennings Black
June 24, 2021
Essentials of Occupational Health Psychology provides a thorough overview of Occupational Health Psychology (OHP) with a focus on empowering readers to take appropriate and reasoned action to address a wide variety of worker health, safety, and well-being challenges that are present in working ...
By Valerie I. Sessa, Nathan A. Bowling
December 22, 2020
Although the topic of job attitudes and other workplace psychological constructs such as perceptions, identity, bonds, and motivational states is important, there are no books addressing the topic as a whole. Essentials of Job Attitudes and Other Workplace Psychological Constructs seeks to fill ...
By Scott Highhouse, Dennis Doverspike, Robert M Guion
December 16, 2015
This second edition provides managers and students the nuts and bolts of assessment processes and selection techniques. With this knowledge, managers learn to make informed personnel decisions based on the results of tests and assessments. The book emphasizes that employee performance predictions ...