"Nik Chmiel's Introduction to Work and Organisational Psychology is an excellent introductory text, covering all the main subject areas that are of interest to students in occupational psychology throughout Europe. Each chapter is well written and reflects the up-to-date topics and literature in this growing and important subject area." Cary L. Cooper, Manchester School of Management "This is a useful introductory textbook for students at both postgraduate and undergraduate level studying either psychology or business. Work and Organizational Psychology...provides a useful review of the theory and research within the field. The use of chapter outlines, summaries and discussion points is constructive. The dictionary is also of value. Overall, the book is wide ranging in terms of scope and interest. It offers useful material from a number of contributors on many aspects of work and organizational psychology and is an accessible read for both practitioners and and academics and psychologists and non-psychologists alike." Abigail Marks, University of Strathclyde, in Empoyee Relations, Vol 22 "This is a very worthwhile text. It is well written and well organized. It highlights the best of North American I/O psychology, with up-to-date, relevant European material, and it is written by some of Europe's leading work and organizational psychologists. The book is well integrated, a pleasure to read, and will make a good addition to any undergraduate or graduate student's library." Contemporary Psychology, APA Review of Books, October 2001From the Publisher:
This new textbook provides the first truly integrated introduction to work and organizational psychology with a European focus aimed specifically at psychology students. Nik Chmiel has brought together top contributors from the UK and Europe to provide a comprehensive, in-depth account of European work and organizational psychology. Highly accessible to students, each chapter opens with an introduction to the topic and goes on to discuss both the theory and current arguments surrounding each issue. Chapters also include points for discussion as well as suggestions for further reading. Introduction to Work and Organizational Psychology will prove an invaluable introductory text for those wishing to teach the subject from an in-depth, European perspective.
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Descripción Wiley-Blackwell, 2000. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0631206760
Descripción Wiley-Blackwell, 2000. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0631206760
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