Handbook of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Band 2
Cognitive theory in industrial and organizational psychology; Individual behavior and organizational practices; Job analysis; The structure of work: job design and roles; Human factors in the workplace; Job behavior, performance, and effectiveness; Personnel assessment, selection, and placement; Recruitment, job choice, and post-hire consequences: a call for new research directions; Adaptation, persistence, and commitment in organizations; Training in work organizations; Utility analysis for decisions in human resource management; Attributes of individual in organizations; Physical abilities; Vocational interests, values, and preferences; Personality and personality measurement.
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