Handbook of Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Rand McNally College Publishing Company, 1976 - 1740 Seiten
Monograph on the theory and methodology of occupational psychology and organization development - covers personnel management, aptitude testing and skill measurement, behavioural processes in organizations, group dynamics, leadership and communication, etc. Diagrams, flow charts and references.
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