338 S2009 Ennis

338 S2009 Ennis - 1Psychology 338 INDUSTRIAL /...

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1 Psychology 338 Spring 2009 INDUSTRIAL / ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY Instructor: Richard Ennis Class Meetings: Thursday, 2:30 - 5:20, RCH 101 Office Hours: Thursday, 12:30 - 2:00 p.m. Office: PAS 3017 e-mail: rennis@uwaterloo.ca Phone: 888-4567 ext 35333 Required Text: Johns, G. & Saks, A. M. (2008). Organizational behaviour: Understanding and managing life at work (7 th Ed.). Toronto: Pearson Education Canada. Course Website: http://uwace.uwaterloo.ca Teaching Assistants: To be announced Course Objectives This course will introduce you to the major theories and practices in the field of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. We will examine the psychological processes that influence the workplace environment, the nature of work, and the behaviour of workers. Course Requirements and Value Requirement Date Value Integrative Case 1 Jun 4 15% Integrative Case 2 Jul 9 15% Midterm Exam Jun 18 30% Final Exam TBA 40% Research participation 4% (bonus) Examinations: See the attached "Overview of Exams" for further details. The exams will consist of multiple-choice, short-answer, and written questions. The multiple-choice items will primarily focus on textbook material while the short-answer and written items will require a synthesis of lecture and textbook material. The midterm exam will be held during class time (2:30-4:00 pm) on Thursday, June 18 and will cover chapters 1 to 6 in the textbook and lecture material up to and including the topic of Motivation. The final exam will be 2 hours and will cover lecture material from the entire course and chapters 7 to 13 in the textbook. See the “Overview of Exams” for more details. Deferred Exams: Deferred exams may be offered for students with exceptional circumstances and supportive documentation. You must contact me within 48 hours of the missed exam. The deferred exam date is Thursday, June 25. The deferred tests will NOT contain the same items as the scheduled test, therefore I cannot guarantee they will be equal in difficulty with the scheduled tests. Assignments: See the attached "Integrative Case Study" for complete details. Psychology 338 Course Syllabus Page 1
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COURSE SCHEDULE Date Topic Readings May 7 Introduction to I/O psychology Chpt 1 May 14 Chpt 2 May 21 Perceptions, impressions, job satisfaction May 28 Motivation Jun 4 Motivation Integrative Case 1 due Jun 11 Jun 18 Midterm Exam 2:30-4:00 (see overview of exams) Jun 25 Jul 2 Jul 9 Decision making Integrative Case 2 due Chpt 11 Jul 16 Chpt 12 Jul 23 Chpt 13 Final Exam Period: August 4 - 15 Psychology 338 Course Syllabus Page 2
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OVERVIEW OF EXAMS Midterm Final Multiple Choice Written Questions Multiple Choice Written Questions Introduction Chpt 1 2 ? ?
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