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Industrial/Organizational Psychology (6th Edition)

Understanding the Workplace

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11 June 2020

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Written by a leading researcher in one of the nation’s top I/O programs, Paul Levy’s text has long been acclaimed for its concise, research-based approach and personable writing.

With this thoroughly updated new edition,...

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Written by a leading researcher in one of the nation’s top I/O programs, Paul Levy’s text has long been acclaimed for its concise, research-based approach and personable writing.

With this thoroughly updated new edition, students have ample opportunities to explore what’s happening in I/O psychology today, through voices directly from the field (Practitioner Forum), brief takes on current events issues (I/O Today), applied practice (Taking it to the Field), and critical and applied exercises at the end of each chapter. 

Supplementary resources include a thorough Instructors Manual with additional practice activities as well as teaching tips, and a robust test bank.

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  • In the I/O Today feature, brief articles tackling current events issues, emerging developments, innovative research, and hot button debates in the field 
  • In the Practitioner Forum feature, articles from individuals working in I/O now provide the students with a unique window into the field
  • In the Taking it to the Field feature, hypothetical scenarios give students an opportunity to practice the concepts from the chapter in an applied setting



  • Chapter 5 has been retitled Performance Management (formerly Performance Appraisal), signifying the broad topic under which Performance Appraisal falls
  • Several new Practitioner Forums have been added to the text, covering topics such as the I/O psychologists role in litigation settlements, innovations in leadership development programs, and Verbal 360 performance appraisals
  • Several new I/O Today articles have been added, covering topics such as diversity and performance, the debate about eliminating performance ratings, and gamified microlearning

Part I: History and Research Methods of I/O
1. I/O Psychology: Then and Now
2. Research Methods in I/O Psychology
Part II: Industrial Psychology
3. Job Analysis
4. Criterion Measurement
5. Performance Management
6. Predictors
7. Selection Decisions and Personnel Law
8. Training and Development
Part III: Organizational Psychology
9. Motivation
10. Job Attitudes, Antecedents and Consequences
11. Stress and Worker Well-Being
12. Group Processes and Work Teams
13. Leadership
14. Organizational Theory and Development.

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Paul E. Levy has been a faculty member at The University of Akron since 1989 and Chair of the Department of Psychology since 2005.

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Paul E. Levy has been a faculty member at The University of Akron since 1989 and Chair of the Department of Psychology since 2005.

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