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Psychology and the World of Work (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 463
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22 November 2003

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11 September 2003

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Psychology and the World of Work is designed for undergraduate and postgraduate modules in work psychology. This edition has been fully revised and updated to include recent research findings in the area of work psychology....

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Psychology and the World of Work is designed for undergraduate and postgraduate modules in work psychology. This edition has been fully revised and updated to include recent research findings in the area of work psychology. New features such as learning objectives and chapter summaries make this text an ideal course companion.

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The takes a psychodynamic approach that emphasises human relationships and continuous change. This approach is highly relevant to the contemporary workplace
The new edition has been fully revised and updated to include the latest research
The full range of topics in organisational and occupational psychology are presented in a critical and analytic way

PART 1: THE ORIGINS OF THE WORLD OF WORK
The Twentieth Century Model
PART 2: THE WORKPLACE SETTING
Organizations
The Work Environment
The Time Dimension
Work and Mental Health
The Unconscious at Work
Group Dynamics and Group-working Relationships
Work, Non-work and In-between
PART 3: THE INDIVIDUAL'S WORKING LIFE
Personality Factors
Measuring Human Abilities
Recruitment and Selection
Learning, Training and Development
Motivation
Attitudes, Attitude and Job Satisfaction
Leadership
PART 4: CHANGES IN THE WORLD OF WORK
The Effects of New Technology
Women at Work
Change Management
Back to the Future
Appendix Data Collection and Analysis
Key Studies
References
Author Index
Subject Index.

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DAVID A. STATT was formerly Academic Director of the Edinburgh Business School. He is a psychologist who has worked as an academic, manager and consultant in the UK and North America. His six books on psychology, management and consumer behaviour have been translated into ten languages.

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DAVID A. STATT was formerly Academic Director of the Edinburgh Business School. He is a psychologist who has worked as an academic, manager and consultant in the UK and North America. His six books on psychology, management and consumer behaviour have been translated into ten languages.

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