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Industrial/organizational (110) psychology is the application or extension of psychological methods and principles to the solution of organizational and workplace problems. Most commonly, 1/0 psychology is concerned with those problems caused by human performance and those which affect human performance within organizational contexts. Specifically, this entails, among other things, conducting studies on organizational behavior and worker-management interactions, analyzing corporate culture and individual/group interactions developing and evaluating employee selection and appraisal techniques assessing corporate leadership and ...
In addition, a number of specialized areas in the general field of psychology have applied branches (e.g., applied social psychology, applied cognitive psychology). One founder of applied psychology was Hugo Münsterberg . He came to America from Germany, and, like many aspiring psychologists during the late 1800s, originally studied philosophy. Münsterberg had many interests in the field of psychology such as purposive psychology, social psychology and forensic psychology. In 1907 he wrote several magazine articles concerning legal aspects of testimony, confessions and courtroom procedures, which eventually developed into his book,
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The importance of psychology in life cannot be taken for granted. Psychology is the science that deals with human behavior as well as that of the non human. Though the course is only 125 years old, it is needed in almost in all spheres of life. Its study has its roots in biology to sociology, trying to seek a relationship between the brain functions and the behavior or the relationship between the environment and the behavior. Since the subject is so vast, there is therefore a need for specialization. As mentioned earlier, psychology touches many aspects of life and so there are various fields of study. These fields are studied ... market research, surveys and trends
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I’m a recent graduate and I’m looking to further my education by gaining a higher degree in Psychology. Problem is, I’m not too sure of all the things I can do with a Psychology Masters and/or a Psychology Ph.D., along with the Biology Bachelors I already have. I’d like to find out what I career options I have out there. Thanks in advance for your helpful answers. Tags: bachelors , biology , career options , degree in psychology , disciplines , Education , higher degree , masters , thanks in advance shiva said: June 9th, 2010 on 2:22 am Abnormal psychology Activity theory Analytical psychology Applied ... market research, surveys and trends

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Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Industrial/organizational (110) psychology is the application or extension of psychological methods and principles to the solution of organizational and workplace problems. Most commonly, 1/0 psychology is concerned with those problems caused by human performance and those which affect human performance within organizational contexts. Specifically, this entails, among other things, conducting studies on organizational behavior and worker-management interactions, analyzing corporate culture and individual/group interactions developing and evaluating employee selection and appraisal techniques industry trends, business articles and survey research
The Many Faces of Psychological Research in the 21st Century
During the first decade of the 21st century, Industrial/Organizational Psychology (I/O, for short) will reach the 100-year-old mark. Hence, it is appropriate to reflect on the many changes that have, and will, come to pass in I/O Psychology's next century. It is clear to see that trying to adapt to the current work world and apply psychological concepts is a demanding and fast-changing task for researchers, practitioners, consultants, and academicians alike. However, these same issues also offer us a glimpse of what I/O psychologists are likely to face in the next 15 years. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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I have a passion for psychology, but I know I don't want to do therapy. I also enjoy business. I noticed that some schools offer a masters and Ph.D in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, but what do these people really do for a living? What does the job entail? Where might they be employed- give specific names of places of employment, don't just say consulting or government- be specific! Hi there. :) When I was deciding whether to apply to an I-O graduate program, I was thinkin gthe same thing - I enjoy psychology, but I'm not a therapist....... I have a doctorate in Organizational Psychology ...
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