From monthly archives: November 2020
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It's true. Your introductory psychology textbook is missing a chapter. The one about work.
If you're like most people, you'll spend more of your waking hours working than doing anything else. So the psychology of work and organizations should be in every intro psych textbook, right? But it's not. The Getting I-O into Intro Textbooks (GIT SIOP) Task Force is making progress on this, but the fact remains that most intro psych textbooks lack content on industrial-organizational (I-O) psychology. Fortunately, you've found the missing chapter. It's right here. It's free. It's Creative Commons licensed. It's ready to go.
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The Industrial-Organizational Psychology chapter is available in three formats: an illustrated and formatted standalone PDF, a text-only PDF, and a text-only Word document. The Creative Commons license means you can use it as-is, use parts of it, or even adapt it, as long as you give credit and link to ...
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