For those looking for help with APA format, here are two recommendations from Troy Lenning:
-APA Citation Machine (from privatewriting.com)
-Cite This For Me:Web Citer (citethisforme.com)
For those interested in the NPR story about female Marines in combat, click here.
Click here to read a very interesting Harvard Business Review paper about sociometrics and communication (thanks, Angelene).
Class will meet Mondays, Wednesdays from 8:10 to 9:50 am in Carson 20.
Industrial / Organizational (I/O) Psychology is the application of social science methods and principles to industrial and organizational behavior. Topics include: teams in organizations, motivation, individual differences, attitudes and emotions relevant to work, stress and well-being, fairness and diversity within organizations, leadership and organizational change and development. The ultimate objective of this discipline is to maximize both employee well-being and organizational effectiveness. Because of the data-intensive nature of I/O Psychology, if you have a basic understanding of how empirical psychological research is conducted (from Statistics, Psychological Research Methods, Social Psychology or Personality), you will find the course material more accessible.
Upon completing this course, students should be able to evaluate and apply current psychological theory and research to organizational settings and problems.
This course also is designed to contribute to the following Psychology Department learning objectives:
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