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    Industrial and Organizational Psychology

    Organizational psychology

    1. What is organizational psychology? How is it different from general psychology? 2. How has the Civil Rights Act 1964 and the American with Disabilities Act of 1991 affected organizational psychology? 3. If you were a manager of an organization, what would you expect from an organizational psychologist? 4. What does a

    Organizational Psychology.

    How can a job analysis contribute to career development? Which type of job analysis is most useful in this respect? Why? What are some advantages and disadvantages of using an interview rather than an application form to screen prospective employees?

    The Field of Organizational Psychology

    Examine the field of organizational psychology and address the following things: 1. Define organizational psychology. 2. Explain the role of research and statistics in organizational psychology. 3. Describe how organizational psychology can be used in organizations.

    Organization Psychology and Management

    1. What is meant by the term motivation? Describe the most important theory of motivation. Describe also the central theory of stress. Discuss on this foundation, how to ensure a high level of motivation among employees in organizations without at the same time to arouse negative stress. 2. Define the term personality and dis

    Compare and contrast organizational models

    Prepare a 1-2 page outline for the project that compares/contrasts the features found in the old and transformed organizational models of a selected organization. This needs to be based on networking within the organization. I am unclear as to what this means.

    Role of Industrial Organisational psychologist

    This job examines how can industrial/organizational psychologists instill the necessary motivation and skills in workers necessary to maintain flexibility in a modern organization. Personal ideas are generated.

    Industrial-Organizational Psychology and the 'Scientist-Practitioner' Model.

    If a development executive is employed at a large communications company, an international communications and technology company. He has completed his PhD in I/O psychology and has been working at this communications company for seven years. Although he did research during his PhD studies, he has not been involved in academics s

    Organizational Communication in Scenarios

    Organizational Communication is illuminated through this scenario: Durhan Rao is an assistant of management who specialize in management communication, corporate ethics, and global economics. Born in New Delhi, India, he came to the Unites States for college and never left. He became a U.S. citizen in 1995 and three years l

    Social Psychology - Fundamental Attribution Error

    I need help with the questions in preparation for my final copy. Thank you. Overview: Please review the scenario below. You will use this in each unit of the course. In this scenario, you are Director of Operations for Faraday Enterprises and have worked for the company for three years. As a director, you have nine