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Chapter 16 def - Chapter 16(Industrial Organizational and...

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Chapter 16 (Industrial, Organizational, and Other Applications of Psychology) *industrial and organizational psychology (I/O)- the scientific study and application of psychology in the workplace *job analysis- a through description of the responsibilities of a job and the qualities and abilities needed to perform that job *training- the deliberate and planned process by which employees are exposed to learning experiences designed to teach new skills and improve job performances *performance appraisal- the evaluation of a person’s functioning on job-related tasks; this usually includes some formal assessment and feedback *organizational psychology- the scientific study of organizations and their social processes *human factor psychology- the science of engineering and designed equipment and machines for human use and modifying human behavior so that workers can operate machines more effectively *ergonomics- the study of physical size, performance, and limitations of the human body *engineering psychology- focuses on an individual’s behavior and how they influence
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