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History of I/O Psychology 1/22/2016 READING: MODULE 1.2 1
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Overview Start of I/O Psychology (1876-1930) Growth of I/O Psychology (1930-1964) The Present and the Future (1964- ) 2
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Start of I/O Psychology 1876-1930 3
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The Early Years: Hugo Münsterberg First I/O psychology textbook: “Psychology and Industrial Efficiency” (1913) Selection Efficiency Advertising Often considered the father of I/O Psychology 4
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Hugo Munsterberg Psychology and Industrial Efficiency (1913) 5
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The Early Years: James Cattell An American contemporary of Munsterberg First to realize the importance of individual differences Dismissed from Columbia University because of his opposition to WWI Led to tenure system in many American universities 6
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WWI: Mass Group Testing Walter Dill Scott and Walter Van Dyke Bingham Adapted the Stanford-Binet intelligence test Created Army Alpha intelligence test Mental ability testing became commonplace in working setting after the war ended 7
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Army Alpha 8
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