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  sociology - Industrial and organizational psychology
Industrial and organizational psychology (or I/O psychology) is the study of the behavior of people in the workplace.
Industrial and organizational psychology attempts to apply psychological results and methods to aid workers and organizations.
Industrial and organizational psychologists use psychological testing to measure the knowledge, skills, abilities, and other characteristics (KSAOs) of people for a variety of employment-related purposes, such as selection for hiring or promotion, training and development, or measuring employee satisfaction.
www.aboutsociology.com /sociology/Industrial_psychology   (267 words)

  
  Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Industrial and Organizational Psychology is represented by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) www.siop.org:
Industrial/Organizational (I/O) psychology is both the study of behavior in organizational and work settings and the application of the methods, facts, and principles of psychology to individuals and groups in organizational and work settings.
Participating in professional, scientific, and educational organizations whose mission is (in whole or part) to advance the knowledge and practice of industrial and organizational psychology.
www.siop.org /history/crsppp.aspx   (5099 words)

  
 MANY FACES: Chap. 3 Industrial/Organizational Psychology 2010   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Organizations must be educated to understand the overall "big picture" on why such research is necessary and the advantages it can offer in improving PA systems.
Organizations are becoming increasingly aware of the need for detailed work records, turnover and absenteeism rates, documented performance evaluations, employee suggestions and inputs, as well as customer feedback on the company's performance.
One notable change in organizations as a result of TQM is the transformation in organizational structure and utilization of employees.
teachpsych.lemoyne.edu /teachpsych/faces/text/Ch03.htm   (8502 words)

  
 Psychology Programs - Master of Science in Industrial Organizational Psychology. Carlos Albizu University - San Juan ...
The mission of the Industrial and Organizational Psychology Program is to provide an excellent training in the area of industrial organizational psychology that integrates theory and practice and that contributes to enhance human performance and quality of life in organizational contexts.
The Master of Science in Industrial and Organizational Psychology is designed to train culturally versatile Industrial and Organizational practitioners who develop and apply scientific knowledge to the solution of problems at work.
Professional Industrial and Organizational Psychologists and practitioners are:
sju.albizu.edu /code/master_programs/ms_in_industrial_organizational.asp   (360 words)

  
 Industrial and organizational psychology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Industrial and organizational psychology (also known as I/O psychology, work psychology, occupational psychology, or personnel psychology) concerns the application of psychological theories, research methods, and intervention strategies involving workplace issues.
Industrial and organizational psychology is a diverse field incorporating aspects of disciplines such as social psychology, personality psychology and psychometrics as well as less closely linked social studies such as law.
Industrial and organizational psychology at The Psychology Wiki
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Industrial_and_organizational_psychology   (1352 words)

  
 Archival Description of Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Industrial and Organizational (I/O) Psychology is a general practice specialty of professional psychology with a focus on scientifically-based solutions to human problems in work and other organizational settings.
In as much as a substantial degree of I/O Psychology practice in organizations involves federal, state, or local law and regulations, negotiated union contracts, and ethical issues raised by the nature of consultative services with organizations, knowledge of these issues is also essential to effective practice in this specialty.
I/O psychologists recognize the interdependence of individuals, organizations, and society, and the impact that factors such as national and international law and government regulations, organized labor, consumer awareness, skill shortages, and the changing nature of the workforce have on work-related organizations.
www.apa.org /crsppp/io.html   (521 words)

  
 Department of Psychology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The program in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at Penn State combines course work, research, and supervised practical experience to prepare students for positions in a variety of industrial, governmental, consulting, and academic settings.
Other members of the psychology department faculty at University Park Campus with interests in industrial/organizational psychology include: Melvin Mark (equity and resource allocations, program evaluation in organizations); Michelle Newman (cost- benefit models of therapeutic interventions for anxiety); and Janet Swim (biases in performance evaluations).
Psychology faculty at other locations with interests in industrial-organizational psychology include: John Johnson (validity of personality inventories for personnel selection) and Henry Patterson (group dynamics, stress, leadership and organizational development).
psych.la.psu.edu /io   (201 words)

  
 Industrial & Organizational Psychology
The goal of the subprogram is to educate students in the general discipline of psychology, with an emphasis on training competent researchers and practitioners in the area of human behavior at work and in organizations.
The concentration provides thorough training in the basic areas of psychology, research design, and statistics and in all facets of the field of industrial and organizational psychology.
Advanced students are encouraged to teach undergraduate courses in the psychology department at Baruch, at other CUNY campuses, or at other colleges and universities in the New York area.
web.gc.cuny.edu /Psychology/IOPsych/index.htm   (233 words)

  
 Industrial and Organizational Psychology - Fran├žois Chiocchio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
One way to define areas covered by industrial and organizational psychology is to summarize definitions of three important professional associations.
Industrial and organizational psychology's objective is to try to understand and measure human behaviours, work satisfaction, employers' ability to select best candidates, and in general, it focuses on all aspects promoting overall pleasant work experience.
It defines this discipline as dedicated to help organizations efficiently manage their human resources, with a particular interest for human behaviour and occupational cognition, and aiming to promote actualization, satisfaction and occupational stress reduction among workers.
www.mapageweb.umontreal.ca /chiocchf/en_psychologie.htm   (201 words)

  
 Industrial/ Organizational Psychology MA :: Fairleigh Dickinson University
The graduate program in industrial/organizational psychology is designed to provide a comprehensive, research-oriented background in applied psychology that will enable participants to continue education at the doctoral level or work in certain organizational positions.
A written comprehensive examination of the candidate's knowledge of his or her field of specialization is required at the end of the clinical/counseling and industrial/organizational graduate psychology programs.
All graduate programs in psychology should be completed within a period of five years.
view.fdu.edu /?id=1428   (330 words)

  
 Industrial Organizational Psychology in the Psychology Department at Colorado State University
The Industrial/Organizational psychology program is designed to train psychologists who are qualified in the scientific study of human behavior in the world of work.
Within the industrial and organizational program the student is expected to become competent in theory, research, and applications of psychology as they relate to human behavior in organizations.
The program emphasizes contributions of both industrial and organizational psychology to the understanding of people in their world of work.
www.colostate.edu /Depts/Psychology/io   (338 words)

  
 Doctoral Training in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Industrial (or Personnel) Psychology is an area of study that deals with selecting and maintaining human resources in organizations.
Organizational Psychology, on the other hand, deals with more general theoretical approaches to understanding both individual behavior in organizations and organizations themselves.
The Department of Psychology is housed in Stadler Hall, which is part of a large research complex that features personal computer labs, social psychological research suites, state-of-the-art instructional technology, and a wide range of other research laboratories.
www.umsl.edu /divisions/artscience/psychology/iod   (631 words)

  
 Psychology BA-MA Industrial/Organizational :: Fairleigh Dickinson University
The specialization in industrial/organizational psychology is designed to equip the graduate with a working knowledge of practices and procedures in applying psychology in a variety of organizational settings
A written comprehensive examination of the candidate's knowledge of general psychology as well as his or her field of specialization is required at the end of all graduate psychology programs.
Most of the psychology courses, undergraduate and graduate, would be taken in the last three years of the program, with the final year devoted exclusively to graduate courses.
view.fdu.edu /?id=1433   (539 words)

  
 Industrial/Organizational Psychology at UIUC
Chuck Hulin received his BA in psychology from Northwestern University in 1958 and his Ph.D. in industrial/organizational psychology from Cornell University in 1963.
He has published in the areas of job attitudes and job behaviors, sexual harassment in work organizations, temporary workers, computational modeling, and methods of evaluating translations of psychological scales into foreign languages.
He was associate editor of the Journal of Applied Psychology from 1975 to 1982.
io.psych.uiuc.edu /hulin.htm   (306 words)

  
 UTA - Department of Psychology
The Industrial and Organizational (I/O) Psychology Master's Program was designed in accordance with The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Guidelines for Education and Training at the Master's Level in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
The Capstone course is an independent study course that requires an in-depth review of a particular issue or area of industrial and organizational psychology in a written format, and an oral presentation of the material to their Capstone Committee.
The I/O Psychology graduate students participating in research have access to The UTA Industrial and Organizational Psychology Research Lab (The I/O Lab).
www.uta.edu /psychology/grad/grad_advising/iomastersprogram.htm   (1348 words)

  
 Master of Science Industrial Organizational Psychology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Develop master's level student competencies in the areas specified in the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) guidelines for Master's level education and training in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
To receive the Master of Science in I-O Psychology, students must complete at least 58.5-quarter units; a total of 13.5 units may be granted for equivalent work completed at another institution.
The field placement experience may occur in the same organization where the student is employed if the duties involved are different from the duties performed in the past and are representative of the content of I-O Psychology.
www.nu.edu /Academics/Schools/COLS/Psychology/degrees/720-610.html   (804 words)

  
 Industrial-Organizational Psychology Graduate Studies - University of North Texas
The industrial-organizational psychology concentration core consists of 26 semester hours on the following topics: personnel selection, organizational psychology, teams in organizations, organizational consulting, assessment of individuals in organizations, psychometric theory, multivariate analysis and strategic applications of industrial-organizational psychology.
The strategic applications course is taken in the student's final semester of course work and serves as a capstone seminar that allows students to integrate their previous course work in preparation for their doctoral qualifying examinations and internships.
Elective course topics within the program include assessment centers, health and stress in organizations, learning and creativity in organizations, organization transformation, assessment of organizations, advanced groups in work settings, organizational culture, attitude theory and measurement, and group facilitation.
www.unt.edu /pais/grad/gpsychology.html   (1640 words)

  
 Industrial/Organizational Psychology Program
Applicants must either have a baccalaureate degree with a major in Psychology or a baccalaureate degree and completion of undergraduate psychology courses in statistics and research methods, and four additional upper division courses (12 semester hours) in the core content areas of psychology.
The Master of Science degree program in Industrial /Organizational Psychology is concerned with the application of psychological principles to organizations.
Industrial/Organizational graduates are involved in many issues of critical importance to society including fairness in the selection and treatment of employees, the creation of work environments that maximize the satisfaction and productivity of employees, and the study of technological influences on, human performance.
pegasus.cc.ucf.edu /~psych/io.html   (1218 words)

  
 Koc University - MA in Psychology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Industrial and Organizational Psychology track takes a scientist-practitioner approach to examine and explain human behavior in the workplace, to increase organizational efficiency and to optimize utilization of human potential.
Research findings emerging from the field of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, especially in the area of Human Resource Management, have fed a large portion of the information to be implemented in the workplace.
Zeynep Aycan is an Industrial and Organizational Psychologist.
home.ku.edu.tr /~map   (2865 words)

  
 APA Division 14 - Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
APA Division 14 - Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Division 14 - Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Division 14 - Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology espouses the scientist-practitioner model in the application of psychology to all types of organizations providing goods or services, such as manufacturing concerns, commercial enterprises, labor unions or trade associations, and public agencies.
www.apa.org /about/division/div14.html   (302 words)

  
 Careers in Industrial Organizational Psychology
I/O psychology is very important in the workplace for promoting productive worker attitudes and behaviors and for selecting and promoting candidates in the most effective fashion.
It is important to understand that these pros and cons to I/O psychology are not meant to scare you away from this particular field but to help you better your understanding of this field.
I/O psychology also presents constant challenges because it is a relatively new field and people are still trying to learn more about people in the workplace.
www.wcupa.edu /_ACADEMICS/sch_cas.psy/Career_Paths/Industrial/Career06.htm   (2445 words)

  
 Department of Psychology >> Graduate Industrial/Organizational Psychology Program
In addition to program elements that are required of all Doctoral students (the general psychology core, statistics, research methodology, the pre-candidacy research paper, the comprehensive exam, and the dissertation), students in the I/O program complete a flexible 15-hour core within their area of specialization.
The industrial and organizational psychology program is designed to help students adapt their academic work to their professional goals and interests while ensuring that they are broadly trained psychologists.
All students are required to take a graduate level introductory industrial and organizational psychology course and at least 12 additional hours of graduate level work in industrial psychology.
www.cas.utulsa.edu /psych/2003update/io2003update.html   (1509 words)

  
 Industrial/Organizational Psychology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Department of Psychology is one of the largest on campus.
She is currently the Assistant Chair of Department of Psychology and teaches courses in I/O Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Employee Development, Psychological Testing, and Statistics.
She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in I/O Psychology, Organizational Psychology, Groups, Stress, and Statistics.
www.siue.edu /PSYCHOLOGY/graduate/io-ma.htm   (927 words)

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