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Click to edit Master subtitle style 12/14/10 Psych 272 August 26, 2010
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12/14/10 Outline The Importance of I/O Psychology The Past, Present, and Future of I/O Psychology
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12/14/10 Centrality of Work to Work is a source of. . Identity You are what you do Relationships outside of the family Obligatory activity Provides structure to our days Autonomy
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12/14/10 What is I/O Psychology? Definition: The application of psychological principles, theory and research methods to the work setting Domains: Cognition Affect Behavior
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12/14/10 What are I and O? Industrial Psychology: Traditionally tried to predict job performance from individual differences. Job performance = “bottom line” Traditionally used ___correlational____ approach to
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Unformatted text preview: research (see Chapter 2) 12/14/10 I/O is a False Dichotomy Disagreement on the classification of topics Attitudes can fall on either side Interdependence of topics We all care about a lot of the same outcomes Research becoming increasingly complex More and more integrative 12/14/10 What does an I/O According to O*Net (the Occupational Network), the tasks of an I/O Psychologist are: 1. Develop and implement employee selection and placement programs 2. Analyze job requirements and content to establish criteria for classification, selection, training, and other related personnel fuctions. 3. Develop interview techniques, rating scales, and 12/14/10...
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