Industrial and organisational psychology
O’Driscoll, M. P. & Taylor, P. J. (2007). Industrial and organisational psychology. In A. Weatherall, M. Wilson, D. Harper & J. McDowall (Eds). Psychology in Aotearoa/New Zealand(pp.103-108). Auckland, New Zealand: Pearson Education New Zealand.
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Industrial and organisational (I/0) psychology is concerned with people’s work-related values, attitudes and behaviours, and how these are influenced by the conditions in which they work. I/O psychologists contribute to both the effectiveness of organisations (e.g. improving productivity) and the health and well-being of people working within organisations. The field is related to other disciplines, such as organisational behaviour and human resource management, and also has close links with other sub-disciplines within psychology, especially social psychology and some aspects of human experimental psychology (e.g. cognition).
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