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Applied Psychology Series

Series Editor: Jeanette N. Cleveland, Kevin R. Murphy

The objective of the Applied Psychology Series is to offer publications that emphasize state-of-the-art research and its application to important issues of human behavior in a variety of societal settings.

The objective is to bridge both academic and applied interests. To date, more than 45 books in various fields of applied psychology have been published in this series.

If you are interested in joining this prestigious list of authors, please contact Jeanette Cleveland (Jeanette.Cleveland@ColoState.edu), Kevin Murphy (krm10@me.com), or Lauren Verity (lauren.verity@taylorandfrancis.com).

New and Published Books

41-50 of 60 results in Applied Psychology Series
  1. Individual Assessment

    As Practiced in Industry and Consulting

    By Kristin O. Prien, Kristin O. Prien, Jeffery S. Schippmann

    Series: Applied Psychology Series

    Individual Assessment is a professional practice important to Human Resource Managers, Executives and anyone making decisions about employees. Finally, we now have a clear, practical guide with methodologically-grounded descriptions of how to successfully do it. The authors have put together a...

    Published April 1st 2003 by Psychology Press

  2. Multiple Commitments in the Workplace

    An Integrative Approach

    By Aaron Cohen

    Series: Applied Psychology Series

    The growing interest in multiple commitments among researchers and practitioners is evinced by the greater attention in the literature to the broader concept of work commitment. This includes specific objects of commitment, such as organization, work group, occupation, the union, and one's job. In...

    Published January 1st 2003 by Psychology Press

  3. Leadership Development

    Paths To Self-insight and Professional Growth

    By Manuel London

    Series: Applied Psychology Series

    Leadership Development explores how leaders gain and use self-knowledge for continuous improvement and career development and describes how leaders help themselves and the people with whom they work, understand themselves, and become more self-determined, continuous learners, and make the most of...

    Published September 1st 2001 by Psychology Press

  4. How People Evaluate Others in Organizations

    Edited by Manuel London

    Series: Applied Psychology Series

    Evaluating and making decisions about other people are key aspects of doing business, especially for managers and human resource professionals. Industrial and organizational psychologists devise systematic methods to remove human errors in judgment, such as biases and stereotypes. However many...

    Published April 1st 2001 by Psychology Press

  5. Justice in the Workplace

    From theory To Practice, Volume 2

    Edited by Russell Cropanzano

    Series: Applied Psychology Series

    Justice in the Workplace acts as a central reference point for application of organizational justice and helps human resource managers relate the importance of justice to their work environments. Forming much of this book's content, outcomes, processes, and interpersonal treatment are three...

    Published December 1st 2000 by Psychology Press

  6. Women and Men in Organizations

    Sex and Gender Issues at Work

    By Jeanette N. Cleveland, Margaret Stockdale, Kevin R. Murphy, Barbara A. Gutek

    Series: Applied Psychology Series

    The gender and racial composition of the American workforce is rapidly changing. As more women in particular enter the workforce and as they enter jobs that have traditionally been dominated by men, issues related to sex and gender in work settings have become increasingly important and complex....

    Published January 1st 2000 by Psychology Press

  7. The Russian Theory of Activity

    Current Applications To Design and Learning

    By Gregory Bedny, David Meister

    Series: Applied Psychology Series

    The opening of the former Soviet Union to the West has provided an opportunity to describe Russian human factors/ergonomics and to compare American theories and methods with it. Although this book is principally dedicated to describing the theory of activity as it applies to issues of design and...

    Published June 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  8. Team Performance Assessment and Measurement

    Theory, Methods, and Applications

    Edited by Michael T. Brannick, Eduardo Salas, Carolyn W. Prince

    Series: Applied Psychology Series

    This book began at a conference on team performance measurement held at the University of South Florida. Several participants at the conference felt that a book on team performance measurement would be of interest to a broader audience, and they began looking for authors in diverse disciplines....

    Published June 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  9. Improving Training Effectiveness in Work Organizations

    Edited by J. Kevin Ford

    Series: Applied Psychology Series

    This compelling volume presents the work of innovative researchers dealing with current issues in training and training effectiveness in work organizations. Each chapter provides an integrative summary of a research area with the goal of developing a specific research agenda that will not only...

    Published October 1st 1996 by Psychology Press

  10. Stress and Human Performance

    Edited by James E. Driskell, Eduardo Salas

    Series: Applied Psychology Series

    The pace of life in our high technology world has quickened. Industries that do not become more efficient, often by requiring a faster production turnaround with less slack, are superseded. Because of this, workers face an environment in which they must perform under more time pressure and under...

    Published May 1st 1996 by Psychology Press