Industrial and Organizational Psychology (The International Library of Critical Writings in Psychology 1)

Industrial and Organizational Psychology (The International Library of Critical Writings in Psychology 1)

By: Cary L. Cooper (editor)Hardback

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This major two volume work includes the leading articles in industrial and organizational psychology published during the last two decades. Cary Cooper - recognized as a leading authority in the field - has, in consultation with a number of other eminent psychologists, selected the most important articles and papers representing the leading conceptual and empirical contributions. They include topics concerned with individual, group and organizational behavior, and subjects which are increasingly very topical such as occupational stress, job design and performance appraisal. This two volume set will be an essential reference point for both academics and practitioners working in the field of industrial and organizational psychology.

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Edited by Professor Sir Cary Cooper, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK


Part I: Motivation 1.J.R. Hackman and G.R. Oldman (1976), `Motivation through the Design of Work: Test of a Theory'. 2. E.A. Locke (1968), `Toward a Theory of Task Motivation and Incentives'. 3. R. Kanfer and P.L. Ackerman (1989), `Motivation and Cognitive Abilities: An Integrative/Aptitude-Treatment Interaction Approach to Skill Acquisition'. Part II: Personnel Selection 4. G.P. Latham, L.M. Saari, E.D. Pursell and M.A. Campion (1980), `The Situational Interview'. 5. F.L. Schmidt, J.E. Hunter, R.C. McKenzie and T.W. Muldrow (1979). `Impact of Valid Selection Procedures on Work-Force Productivity'. 6. N. Schmitt, R.Z. Gooding, R.A. Noe and M. Kirsch (1984), `Metaanalyses of Validity Studies Published Between 1964 and 1982 and the Investigation of Study Characteristics'. 7. R. M. Guion (1961), `Criterion Measurement and Personnel Judgments'. 8. H. E. Brogden and E.K. Taylor (1950), `The Dollar Criterion - Applying the Cost Accounting Concept to Criterion Construction'. 9. F.L. Schmidt and J.E. Hunter (1977), `Development of a General Solution to the Problem of Validity Generalization'. 10. J.F. Binning and G.V. Barrett (1989), `Validity of Personnel Decisions: A Conceptual Analysis of the Inferential and Evidential Bases'. 11. P.F. Wernimont and J.P. Campbell (1968), `Signs, Samples and Criteria'. 12. F.L. Schmidt and J.E. Hunter (1981), `Employment Testing: Old Theories and New Research Findings'. 13. D.W. Bray and D.L. Grant (1966), `The Assessment Center in the Measurement of Potential for Business Management'. 14. P.R. Sackett and G.F. Dreher (1982), `Constructs and Assessment Center Dimensions: Some Troubling Empirical Findings'. Part III: Leadership and Decision Making 15. M.D. Cohen, J.G. March and J.P. Olsen (1972), `A Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice'. 16. H.P. Drachler and B. Wilpert (1978), `Conceptual Dimensions and Boundaries of Participation in Organizations: A Critical Evaluation'. 17. R.J. House (1971), `A Path Goal Theory of Leader Effectiveness'. 18. A. Lowin (1968), `Participative Decision Making: A Model, Literature Critique and Prescriptions for Research'. 19. H. Mintzberg, D Raisinghani and A Theoret (1976), `The Structure of 'Unstructured' Decision Processes'. 20. E.A. Fleishman and E.F. Harris (1962), `Patterns of Leadership Behavior Related to Employee Grievances and Turnover'. 21. B.M. Bass (1962), `Further Evidence on the Dynamic Character of Criteria'. Part IV: Attitude and Job Satisfaction 22. T.R. Mitchell (1974), `Expectancy Models of Job Satisfaction, Occupational Preference and Effort: A Theoretical, Methodological and Empirical Appraisal'. 23. G.R. Salancik and J. Pfeffer (1978), `A Social Information Processing Approach to Job Attitudes and Task Design'. 24. W.H. Mobley, R.W. Griffeth, H.H. Hand and B.M. Meglino (1979), `Review and Conceptual Analysis of the Employee Turnover Process'. 25. B.M. Staw and J. Ross (1985), `Stability in the Midst of Change: A Dispositional Approach to Job Attitudes'. 26. A.H. Brayfield and W.H. Crockett (1955), `Employee Attitudes and Employee Performance. Part V: Learning and Training 27. G.P. Latham and L.M. Saari (1979), `Application of Social-Learning Theory to Training Supervisors through Behavioral Modeling'. 28. A. Bandura (1977), `Self-efficacy: Toward a Unifying Theory of Behavioral Change'. 29. D. Eden (1985), `Team Development: A True Field Experiment at Three Levels of Rigor'. 30. E.A. Fleishman (1972), `On the Relation between Abilities, Learning and Human Performance'. 31. P.L. Ackerman (1987), `Individual Differences in Skill Learning: An Integration of Psychometric and Information Processing Perspectives'. 32. A. Bandura (1982), `Self-Efficacy Mechanism in Human Agency'. 33. R.A. Guzzo, R.D. Jette and R.A. Katzell (1985), `The Effects of psychologically Based Intervention Programs on Worker Productivity: A Meta-Analysis'. Volume II Part I: Performance and Performance Appraisal 1. H.H. Meyer, E. Kay and J.R.P. French, Jr. (1965), `Split Roles in Performance Appraisal'. 2. B.M. Staw (1975), `Attribution on the "Causes" of Performance: A General Alternative Interpretation of Cross-Sectional Research on Organizations'. 3. J.M. Feldman (1981), `Beyond Attribution Theory: Cognitive Processes in Performance Appraisal'. 4. E.A. Locke, K. N. Shaw, L.M. Saari and G. P. Latham (1981), `Goal Setting and Task Performance: 1969-1980'. 5. F.J. Landy and J. L Farr (1980), `Performance Rating'. 6. W. F. Cascio and N.F. Phillips (1979), `Performance Testing: A Rose among Thorns ?" Part II: Job Design 7. T.D. Wall and C. W. Clegg (1981), `A Longitudinal field study of group work redesign'. 8. M.A. Campion and P.W. Thayer (1985), `Development and Field Evaluation of an Interdisciplinary Measure of Job Design'. 9. K.H. Roberts and W. Glick (1981), `The Job Characteristics Approach to Task Design: A Critical Review'. 10. E.J. McCormick, P.R. Jeanneret and R.C. Mecham (1972), `A Study of Job Charateristics and Job Dimensions as based on the Position Analysis Questionnaire'. 11. Y. Fried and G.R. Ferris (1987), `The Validity of the Job Characteristics Model: A Review and Meta-Analysis'. Part III: Occupational Stress 12. C Maslach and S.E. Jackson (1986), `The Measurement of Experienced Burnout'. 13. C.L. Cooper and J. Marshall (1976), `Occupational sources of stress: a review of the literature relating to coronary heart disease and mental ill health'. 14. T.G. Cummings and C.L. Cooper (1979), `A Cybernetic Framework for studying Occupational Stress'. 15. M Frankenhaueser et al (1989), `Stress on and off the job as related to sex and occupational status in white-collar workers'. 16. R.A. Karasek Jr. (1979), `Job Demands, Job Design Latitude and Mental Strain: Implications for Job Redesign'. 17. M. Frese (1985), `Stress at Work and Psychosomatic Complaints: A Causal Interpretation. Part IV: Organizational Culture and Change 18. B.M. Staw, L.E. Sandelands and J.E. Dutton (1981), `Threat-Rigidity Effects in Organizational Behavior: A Multilevel Analysis'. 19. D.J. Hickson, C. R. Hinings, C. A. Lee, R. E. Schneck and J. M. Pennings (1971), `A Strategic Contingencies' Theory of Intraorganizational Power'. 20. L. Smircich (1983), `Concepts of Culture and Organizational Analysis'. 21. T.D. Wall, N. J. Kemp, P. R. Jackson and C. W. Clegg (1986), `Outcomes of Autonomous Workgroups: A Long-Term Field Experiment'. Part V: Methodology 22. P.E. Spector (1987), `Method Variance as an Artifact in Self-Reported Affect and Perceptions at Work: Myth or Significant Problem ?" 23. F. J. Landy (1986), `Stamp Collecting Versus Science: Validation as Hypothesis Testing'. 24. D.T. Campbell and D.W. Fiske (1959), `Convergent and Discriminant Validation by the Multitrait Matrix'. 25. J.C. Flanagan (1954), `The Critical Incident Technique'. 26. P.C. Smith and L.M. Kendall (1963), `Retranslation of Expectations: An Approach to the Construction of Unambiguous Anchors for Rating Scales'. 27. E.E. Ghiselli (1956), `Dimensional Problems of Criteria'.

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  • Number Of Pages: 1288
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