Chapter I: Online (Part I) 
Chapter I: Online (Part I)
by University of Houston / Lynda Villanueva
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PSYC3310 - Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Description: Industrial/Organizational Psychology is designed to provide an introduction to the field of I/O psychology. We will explore the basic concepts and theories related to I/O psychology including methodology and a brief analysis of major content areas such as personnel selection, performance appraisal, leadership, motivation, and occupational health just to name a few. Students will gain greater awareness of the history and principles driving I/O psychological scientific research and will learn how to thinkcritically and creatively about work psychology.


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