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  1. Decision Making in the Workplace

    A Unified Perspective

    Edited by Lee Roy Beach

    Many, if not most, of one's important decisions are made in the context of one's work. However, because workplace decisions cover such a broad range of issues, it often is difficult to detect underlying commonalities in how they are made, and in how things go wrong when they do go wrong. As a...

    Published April 30th 1996 by Psychology Press

  2. Managing Human Resources

    Exercises, Experiments, and Applications

    By Alan B. Clardy

    Students taking a personnel or human resources management course often do not enter the course bursting with curiosity or unbridled enthusiasm. After all, what kind of excitement can there be in studying how to process payroll, check employment references, or learn about some arcane government...

    Published October 31st 1995 by Psychology Press

  3. Benchmark Tasks for Job Analysis

    A Guide for Functional Job Analysis (fja) Scales

    By Sidney A. Fine, Maury Getkate

    Series: Applied Psychology Series

    Human resource practitioners are repeatedly faced with the challenge of effectively using language to clearly describe the work performed on a job. Functional Job Analysis--an internationally recognized and respected job analysis method --has been meeting this challenge for more than forty years....

    Published August 31st 1995 by Psychology Press

  4. Chaos, Catastrophe, and Human Affairs

    Applications of Nonlinear Dynamics To Work, Organizations, and Social Evolution

    By Stephen J. Guastello

    Whether talking about steering a wheelbarrow over rugged terrain or plotting the course of international relations, human performance systems involve change. Sometimes changes are subtle or evolutionary, sometimes they are catastrophic or revolutionary, and sometimes the changes are from periods of...

    Published August 31st 1995 by Psychology Press

  5. Police Psychology Into the 21st Century

    Edited by Martin I. Kurke, Ellen M. Scrivner

    Series: Applied Psychology Series

    As we approach the 21st century, there is a discernable shift in policing, from an incident-driven perspective to a proactive problem solving stance often described as "community policing." In this volume a panel of 21 psychologists examine the changing directions in policing and how such changes...

    Published June 30th 1995 by Psychology Press

  6. Psychology and Policing

    Edited by Neil Brewer, Carlene Wilson

    Psychological theory and research have much to contribute to the knowledge and skill bases underlying effective policing. Much of the relevant information, however, is dispersed across a variety of different psychological and criminal justice/policing journals and seldom integrated for those...

    Published April 30th 1995 by Psychology Press

  7. Telematics and Work

    Edited by J.H. Erik Andriesson, Robert A. Roe

    This volume is part of a publication series emerging from an international interdisciplinary study group on "New Technologies and Work (NeTWork)". NeTWork is sponsored by the Werner-Reimers Foundation (Bad Homburg, Germany) and the Maison des Sciences de l'Homme (Paris). The NeTWork study group has...

    Published November 20th 1994 by Psychology Press

  8. Moral Development in the Professions

    Psychology and Applied Ethics

    Edited by James R. Rest, Darcia Narv ez

    Every year in this country, some 10,000 college and university courses are taught in applied ethics. And many professional organizations now have their own codes of ethics. Yet social science has had little impact upon applied ethics. This book promises to change that trend by illustrating how...

    Published October 31st 1994 by Psychology Press

  9. Role Motivation Theories

    By John B. Miner

    Series: People and Organizations

    Role Motivation Theories is concerned with four types of organisations and what makes them work. The four are not exhaustive of all possible organisational types but they do represent the major forms found in the world today. If we wish to understand organisational functioning in modern society...

    Published October 26th 1994 by Routledge

  10. Organizational Behavior

    the State of the Science

    Edited by Jerald Greenberg

    As scientists toil in the fields of their disciplines, they rarely enjoy opportunities to step back from their work and evaluate where their efforts have taken them. Assessing a field's scientific progress, however, is critical if it is to have any hope of making meaningful advances. The time has...

    Published August 31st 1994 by Erlbaum Psych Press