Industrial Psychology
(Psi Ind)

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Industrial-organizational (I-O) psychology applies psychological principles to the workplace. For example, principles of learning are used to develop training programs and incentive plans, principles of social psychology are used to form work groups and understand employee conflicts, and principles of motivation and emotion are used in the recruitment and retention of employees. The application of psychological principles is what distinguishes I-O psychology from related fields typically taught in business colleges.

This course will introduce methods, practice, research, and theories of Industrial and Organizational (or I/O) Psychology. I/O psychology is a subfield of psychology concerned with various aspects of people in the workplace, including employee productivity and well-being. The “Industrial” part deals with human resource functions such as analyzing jobs, appraising employee performance, selecting, placing, and training employees. The “Organizational” part is concerned with the social and psychological aspects of work, including employee attitudes, behavior, emotions, health, motivation, leadership, etc. Both real-world applications and research will be emphasized throughout the course. While the course is mostly lecture format, student discussion and participation is strongly encouraged and will be solicited. If possible, guest lecturers may attend to discuss specific topics of expertise.

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