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Advances in social and organizational psychology

a tribute to Ralph Rosnow

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Published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates in Mahwah, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rosnow, Ralph L.,
  • Social psychology.,
  • Organizational behavior.,
  • Psychology -- Research.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Donald A. Hantula.
    ContributionsRosnow, Ralph L., Hantula, Donald A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHM1033 .A39 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3426769M
    ISBN 100805855904
    LC Control Number2005050732

    He earned his Ph. It also looks at the influence of temperamental traits on reaction to traumatic events. Issues of power and status are at the core of the next chapters. Using a common set of dimensions provides a consistent basis for assessing performance and enables the comparison of performance across jobs. The topics range from data analysis and interpretation, to research ethics, to theoretical issues, to an examination of psychological epistemology and theory.

    The topics range from data analysis and interpretation, to research ethics, to theoretical issues, to an examination of psychological epistemology and theory. Scores on the tests were used to determine respondent's capabilities, including ability to serve and leadership potential. Regardless of the job, three determinants stand out as predictors of performance: 1 general mental ability especially for jobs higher in complexity ; 2 job experience although there is a law of diminishing returns ; and 3 the personality trait of conscientiousness people who are dependable and achievement-oriented, who plan well. An incentive is an anticipated reward that is thought to incline a person to behave a certain way. Lawler Emerald Group Publishing,

    Training programs often include formative evaluations to assess the effect of the training as the training proceeds. Advances in Experimental Social Psychology is available online on ScienceDirect — full-text online of volume 32 onward. It also looks at the influence of temperamental traits on reaction to traumatic events. Formative evaluations can be used to locate problems in training procedures and help IO psychologists make corrective adjustments while training is ongoing.


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Advances in social and organizational psychology book

His work had an important impact on the early development of the field. During the chartering of new teams, organizational enabling resources are first identified.

IO psychologists perform individual assessments in order to evaluate differences among candidates for employment as well as differences among employees.

Performance Management: I-O psychologists who work in this area develop assessments and techniques to determine if employees are doing their jobs well. This book addresses gender and inequality in the workplace, considers leadership theories, and reviews the hierarchy structure of organizations.

How Is It Different? Dennis Organ defines OCBs as "individual behavior that is discretionary, not directly or explicitly recognized by the formal reward system, and that in the aggregate promotes the effective functioning of the organization.

The individuals' opinionsattitudesand adaptations affect group behavior and group behavior. Shared values are individuals' preferences regarding certain aspects of the organization's culture e.

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Main article: Group behavior Group behavior involves the interactions among individuals in a collective. Individual contributors who perform team tasks that are challenging, interesting, and engaging are more likely to be motivated to exert greater effort and perform better than team members who are working on tasks that lack those characteristics.

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Bordia, Rumor in Organizational Contexts. Third, motivation influences persistence. Coats, L. IO psychologists may also serve as expert witnesses in pay discrimination cases, when disparities in pay for similar work are alleged by employees.

The U. All the authors are experienced and renowned experts in the field of personality psychology. Four of the chapters in the next section cover topics in organizational psychology consumer behavior, rumor in organizational contexts, decision making, and leadership and three review social psychological topics science and social issues, smiling, and human values.

If you have a strong interest in psychology as well as related subjects such as product design, computers, statistics, and engineering, this may be the ideal field for you. Chapter ten draws on the larger identity maintenance literature to explain selective identity preference in occupational settings.

Specifically, the paper details how individuals choose among potential future identities when all other benefits are essentially the same. Those tasks that require predominantly independent work are best left to individuals, and team tasks should include those tasks that consist primarily of interdependent work.

Team rewards[ edit ] Organizational reward systems drive the strengthening and enhancing of individual team member efforts; such efforts contribute towards reaching team goals. Two chapters address issues of legitimacy. Digital delivery ensures users reliable, hour access to the latest peer-reviewed content.

I-O psychologists in this area might work to find ways to make jobs more rewarding or design programs that improve the quality of life in the workplace. Employee needs can be assessed using a variety of methods that identify weaknesses that training can address.

Learning outcomes can be organized into three broad categories: cognitive, skill-based, and affective outcomes. Chapter seven illustrates how principles from network exchange theory and expectation states theory are broadly applicable to issues of leadership in organizations and academia.

Training and training evaluation[ edit ] Main article: Training Training involves the systematic teaching of skills, concepts, or attitudes that results in improved performance in another environment. Examples of enabling resources include facilities, equipment, information, training, and leadership.

I-O psychologists often study behavior in the workplace in order to design environments and procedures that maximize employee performance. Personnel selection procedures are usually validated, i.Apr 08,  · With an eye to this, we have asked the leaders of Northcentral University School of Psychology to share the indispensable psychology books from their reading lists.

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