Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology provides a complete overview of the psychological study of the world of work. Written with the student in mind, the book presents classic theory and research in the field alongside examples from real-world work situations to provide deeper insight.
This edition has been thoroughly updated to include the latest research on each key topic, and now features:
- A spotlight on diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout, including coverage of LGBTQIA+ inclusion and racial justice
- Expanded coverage of ethics in I/O psychology practice
- Increased emphasis on cross-cultural and international issues
- Coverage of the changing nature of work, post-pandemic, including remote working, worker stress, and burnout
- A new focus on technologies related to I/O such as virtual reality and computer adaptive testing
- New figures, illustrations, and charts to grab the readers attention and facilitate learning
Accompanied by extensive student and instructor resources, it is a must read for all students on I/O psychology courses and courses in work psychology and organizational behavior, and for practicing managers who want a comprehensive overview of the psychology of work.
Author: Stefanie K. Johnson, Ronald E. Riggio
Release Date: 2022-06-30