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  1. Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology (5th Edition) by Ronald E. Riggio, 2007-11-26
  2. Psychology at Work: An Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology by Dianne Krumm, 2000-12-22
  3. APA Handbook of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (Apa Handbooks in Psychology)
  4. Applied Industrial/Organizational Psychology (with CD-ROM and InfoTrac) by Michael G. Aamodt, 2003-06-27
  5. Industrial/Organizational Psychology by Michael G. Aamodt, 2009-02-04
  6. Work in the 21st Century: An Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology by Frank J. Landy, Jeff M. Conte, 2009-08-12
  7. Handbook of Research Methods in Industrial and Organizational Psychology (Blackwell Handbooks of Research Methods in Psychology)
  8. New Perspectives on International Industrial/Organizational Psychology (J-B SIOP Frontiers Series)
  9. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Research and Practice by Paul E. Spector, 2008-01-02
  10. Your Career in Psychology: Industrial/Organizational Psychology by Tara L. Kuther, 2004-06-10
  11. Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Understanding the Workplace by Paul E. Levy, 2005-05-03
  12. Handbook of Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology (Volume 12)
  13. Industrial/Organizational Psychology by Paul Levy, 2009-07-03
  14. Industrial and Organizational Psychology (8th Edition) by Ernest J. McCormick, Daniel Ilgen, 1984-11-11

1. Welcome To SIOP
Homepage for national society, with membership details, publications, employment information, software, and conferences and meetings.
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The Society For Industrial and Organizational Psychology Homepage Conference Program
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2. Internet Survival Guide Of Industrial/Organizational Psychology
to both practitioners and researchers in the field of industrial and organizational psychology. The contents of the
http://allserv.rug.ac.be/~flievens/guide.htm
by Filip Lievens This guide provides a plethora of internet sites valuable to both practitioners and researchers in the field of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. The contents of the survival guide are regularly updated. The intention was to list interesting internet resources for the following four topics: [Human Resource Management] [Organizational Psychology] [Statistics] [Methodology] ... Vita Complete URL for this document: http://allserv.rug.ac.be/~flievens/guide.htm

3. SOSIG: Industrial And Organizational Psychology
industrial and organizational psychology. You are here Home Psychology Home Psychology Industrial and
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Search in whole catalogue current section Advanced Search Thesauri All subjects within Psychology Psychology > Industrial and Organizational Psychology > Related Sections Business Sociology of Work Europe UK Expert's Choice in Psychology Editor: LTSN Psychology, Social Science Information Gateway Internet Resources Listed By Type alphabetically For a short description click the title. To access the resource directly click Articles/Papers/Reports (collections) Up Bulletin of Information on Computing and Anthropology (BICA) Unfulfilled Career Aspirations and Psychological Well-Being Unorganization Articles/Papers/Reports (individual) Up Organising in Financial Call Centres Educational Materials Up Belbin Business Ethics Training and Development Home Page Charles BoothÂ’s Orgscience Website ... Frederick W. Taylor; Scientific Management (1856-1915)

4. Industrial-Organizational Psychology Links By Subtopic
The InductrialOrganizational section of the Social Psychology Network.Category Science Social Sciences Industrial and Organizational......industrial and organizational psychology Links Professional Societies,Research Journals, Human Resource Management, and Many Other Topics.
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Industrial-Organizational Links
Listed below are links related to organizational psychology, industrial psychology, human resource management, and more. The following table shows a detailed outline of topics.
This page contains links on:
RESEARCH JOURNALS
General I-O Psychology Sites

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psychology, organizational psychology, the society for industrial and organizational psychology, SIOP, american
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Welcome to the Industrial Psychology - Organizational Psychology links for human resources, managers and business owners. This HrGOpher.com section includes numerous links to web sites that will help you to understand the dynamics of I/O Psychology. Browse the links in the General Links - Industrial-Organizational Psychology section to learn about products, theory, testing and services. Browse the links in the Psychological Testing Software section to learn about specific, employment applications. Finally, browse the links in the Organizational Software section and review software that will help you improve the structure of your workplace.
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6. Welcome To SIOP
Division 14 of the American Psychological Association and an Organizational Affiliate of the American Category Science Social Sciences Associations......The Society for industrial and organizational psychology (SIOP) is Division 14 ofthe American Psychological Association and an Organizational Affiliate of the
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7. The Science And Practice Of Industrial And Organizational Psychology
Graduate Study in Industrial Organizational Psychology. Click here to order.Membership in the Society for industrial and organizational psychology.
http://siop.org/TIP/SIOP/brochure.html
Who Are Industrial-Organizational Psychologists?
Industrial-Organizational Psychologists are Versatile Behavioral Scientists Specializing in Human Behavior in the Work Place.
Industrial-organizational (called I-O) psychologists recognize the interdependence of individuals, organizations, and society, and they recognize the impact of factors such as increasing government influences, growing consumer awareness, skill shortages, and the changing nature of the workforce. I-O pychologists facilitate responses to issues and problems involving people at work by serving as advisors and catalysts for business, industry, labor, public, academic, community, and health organizations. They are: Scientists who derive principles of individual, group, and organizational behavior through research; Consultants and staff psychologists who develop scientific knowledge and apply it to the solution of problems at work; and Teachers who train in the research and application of industrial-organizational psychology.
I-O Psychologists as Scientists and Professionals
Scientific aspects of I-O psychology include both applied and basic science.

8. Dr. McCarthy's I/O History Notes
psychology laboratory). Of course, industrial and organizational psychologyweren't established until sometime after that. Yet, many
http://www.mtsu.edu/~pmccarth/io_hist.htm
Dr. Patrick McCarthy's
Brief Outline of the
History of I/O Psychology
Pre-Psychology
Psychology's formal "birthdate" as a science wasn't until 1879 (when Wilhelm Wundt established the first psychology laboratory). Of course, industrial and organizational psychology weren't established until sometime after that. Yet, many of the issues important to I/O psychology had been discussed long before then. Below are just a few examples.
  • Aristotle, in Politics , developed foundations for many modern management concepts, including specialization of labor, delegation of authority, departmentalization, decentralization, and leadership selection
  • Medieval European guilds functioned like modern-day quality circles to ensure fine craftsmanship
  • Machiavelli (in The Prince, 1527) offered practical advice for developing authoritarian structures within organizations
  • Thomas Hobbes (1651) advocated strong centralized leadership as a means for bringing "order to the chaos created by man". He provided a justification for autocratic rule that helped establish the pattern for organizations through the nineteenth century
  • John Locke (1690) outlined the philosophical justification later manifested in the U.S. Declaration of Independence, which in effect, advocates participatory management in his argument that leadership is granted by the governed

9. Industrial And Organizational
History of industrial and organizational psychology Site providesa brief timeline of the history of I/O Psychology. Industrial
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Abraham Maslow and Motivation
Article applies Abraham Maslow's theory of motivation to motivating employees.
Child Labour
This site is sponsored by the International Labour Organization and is concerned with the issues of child labour. Site may help orient someone trying to understand the possible problems associated with child labour.
Depression in the Workplace
This article describes what depression is, how it affects work, how unsatisfactory work conditions cause depression, and what can be done to correct the problem.
Encyclopedia of Organization Theory
This site provides brief summaries of many important theories and key terms in organization theory.
History of Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Site provides a brief timeline of the history of I/O Psychology.

10. TIP Home Page
The official journal of the Society for industrial and organizational psychology.
http://www.siop.org/TIP/TIP.html
The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist Welcome to the online version of The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist TIP is the official quarterly news publication of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology. January 2003 TIP Online Overview of the ... Online
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11. APA Division 14 - Society For Industrial And Organizational Psychology
Division 14 Society for industrial and organizational psychology Division14 - Society for industrial and organizational psychology
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Division 14 - Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Division 14 - Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
espouses the scientist-practitioner model in the application of psychology to all types of organizations providing goods or services, such as manufacturing concerns, commercial enterprises, labor unions or trade associations, and public agencies. Members must be engaged in professional activities, as demonstrated by research, teaching, and practice related to the purpose of the Society. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist (TIP) is the Society's quarterly newsletter. The Society helps to program the APA annual convention and hosts a three-day spring conference. President: Ann Marie Ryan, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI Secretary: Janet L. Barnes-Farrell, PhD, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT Newsletter: The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist (TIP) (quarterly)
Editor: Debra A. Major, PhD, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA Listservs:
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12. Archival Description Of Industrial And Organizational Psychology
of industrial and organizational psychology Industrialand Organizational (I/O) Psychology is a general practice......Archival
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Archival Description of Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Industrial and Organizational (I/O) Psychology is a general practice specialty of professional psychology with a focus on scientifically-based solutions to human problems in work and other organizational settings. In these is contexts, I/O psychologists assess and enhance the effectiveness of individuals, groups, and organizations. Advanced Scientific and Theoretical Knowledge Germane to the Specialty Education and training in I/O Psychology is typically offered at and completed at the doctoral level. The requisite education and training are is rooted in the foundations of psychological science that include (a) biological bases of behavior, (b) cognitive-affective bases of behavior, (c) social bases of behavior, and (d) individual differences., Awith a strong foundation in research methods, theory and methods of psychological and behavioral measurement, and advanced statistical theory and methods also is required. Based oOn this foundation of core knowledge and skills, advanced specialty education and training is focused on the following competency areas: ethical, legal, and other professional issues in the practice of I/O Psychology; consulting and business skills; attitude theory, measurement, and change; career development; consumer behavior; effects of health and work stress in organizations; human factors and performance in work; individual, group, and organizational assessment methods; job and task analysis and classification; job evaluation, performance appraisal and feedback, work motivation and compensation; leadership and management theory and evaluation; theory of organizations and organizational development; and training theory, program design, and evaluation.

13. International Review Of Industrial And Organizational Psychology
This is the seventeenth in the most prestigious series of annual volumesin the field of industrial and organizational psychology.
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16. Undergraduate Degree In Industrial And Organizational Psychology
Undergraduate Programs industrial and organizational psychology The major in Industrialand Organizational Psychology is designed for students planning to
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Undergraduate Programs: Industrial and Organizational Psychology
The major in Industrial and Organizational Psychology is designed for students planning to work in the fields of general management, human resources/personnel, and organizational behavior. The course work focuses on the behavioral aspects of managing and supervising the human resources of an organization or industry.
The University College programs in psychology are allied with the Department of Psychology in Arts and Sciences at Washington University. Courses are normally scheduled one evening a week for two and a half hours. Most courses are three units.
Required Courses
All University College undergraduate students must satisfy the same basic-course requirements; for information on those, press here. Requirements specific to this major include:
Required Core Courses in Psychology (15 units):
Introduction to Psychology (U09-100)
Psychological Statistics (U09-300)
Tests and Measurements (U09-404)
and EITHER Introduction to Social Psychology (U09-315) OR Psychology of Personality (U09-353)
and EITHER Cognitive Psychology (U09-359) OR Learning and Memory (U09-365) Required IO Courses (15 units): Introduction to Industrial Psychology (U09-214) Organizational Psychology (U09-314) Current Issues in Human Resource Management (U09-414) Applied Psychology of Learning in Industry (U09-468) Introduction to Group Dynamics (U09-480)
  • Computer proficiency is considered essential in the field of industrial and organizational psychology. Students who are not proficient at computing should take an introductory course in computing at University College or at one of the community colleges.
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    industrial and organizational psychology Links. 1. The Society forindustrial and organizational psychology (SIOP) The best place
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    clicking here . There's some cool stuff like finding out salary information from SIOP members. After reading this part I started considering a career in I/O. Man, a median salary of $80,000!
    Pursuing an I/O Psychology Career
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    So many students write to the PsychGuy asking for information about pursuing different degrees that anytime we find another site offering this information, we're pleased. In addition, the information provided on this site is good...very good. Dr. Spector lays it out there in a simple way so that everyone and anyone can understand how to go about making I/O psychology a career. He's also got another page called, "What's an I/O Job Like?" that's equally good. You can go to directly from the pursuing a career page or by clicking here . We also think it's a good idea to stop by Dr. Spector's homepage

    18. Purdue Psychology Industrial And Organizational Psychology
    industrial and organizational psychology. The graduate program in industrialorganizationalpsychology is primarily a Ph.D. program.
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