The Psychologist-Manager Journal
Volume 5, Number 2
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First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Volume 5, Number 2, 2001
Contents: Part I:MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES: THE THEORY OF MANAGEMENT: N. Ensari, How Can Managers Reduce Intergroup Conflict in the Workplace? Social Psychological Approaches to Addressing Prejudice in Organizations. R. Perloff, Book Review: Leaders of a Different Sort: Legendary and Moral Leaders. Part II:LIVE FROM THE FIRING LINE: THE PRACTICE OF MANAGEMENT: R.P. Lowman, Introduction to the Special Section on Psychologists and Public Policy. S.D. Nelson, Social Scientists in Science Policy: How Good Is the Fit? B. Elias, Achieving Aviation Safety Through Accident Investigation: Human Performance Issues. G.H. Wilmoth, Evaluating Human Capital Policy in the Federal Government. J.S. Turkkan, Out of the Beltway. P.H. DeLeon, P.A. Eckert, L.R. Wilkins, Public Policy Formulation: A Front Line Perspective. C.E. Kiesler, Influencing Public Policy From the Inside. H.W. Ruck, R.R. Barthelemy, C.B. Barlow, The Merger of Government Organizations: A Case Study. Part III:RESEARCH: TOOLS FOR THE PSYCHOLOGIST-MANAGER: Part IV:THE LAST PAGE: R.L. Lowman, My Last "Last Page."