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PSYC 270 Industrial PSYC 270 Industrial Organizational Organizational Psychology Psychology Karl Kelley Karl Kelley
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Contents About Noba & Acknowledgements 4 Introduction to I/O Psychology 5 1 Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology 6 Berrin Erdogan & Talya N. Bauer I/O as Science 20 2 Why Science? 21 Edward Diener 3 Conducting Psychology Research in the Real World 32 Matthias R. Mehl 4 Research Designs 50 Christie Napa Scollon 5 Statistical Thinking 66 Beth Chance & Allan Rossman Work, Happiness, and Well-Being 82 6 Happiness: The Science of Subjective Well-Being 83 Edward Diener 7 Optimal Levels of Happiness 100 Shigehiro Oishi 8 Positive Psychology 111 Robert A. Emmons 9 The Healthy Life 124 Emily Hooker & Sarah Pressman Individual Differences at Work 145 10 Personality Traits 146 Edward Diener & Richard E. Lucas 11 Personality Assessment 164 David Watson
12 Intellectual Abilities, Interests, and Mastery 184 David Lubinski 13 Self and Identity 203 Dan P. McAdams 14 Self-Regulation and Conscientiousness 222 Roy F. Baumeister 15 Self-Efficacy 234 James E Maddux & Evan Kleiman Work Motivation and Emotion 252 16 Drive States 253 Sudeep Bhatia & George Loewenstein 17 Motives and Goals 266 Ayelet Fishbach & Maferima Touré-Tillery 18 Emotional Intelligence 283 Marc Brackett, Sarah Delaney & Peter Salovey 19 Functions of Emotions 302 Hyisung Hwang & David Matsumoto 20 Emotion Experience and Well-Being 317 Brett Ford & Iris B. Mauss Index 333
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