Industrial Psychology

Industrial and Organizational Psychology (also known as Industrial Organizational Psychology, I–O Psychology, Work Psychology, Organizational Psychology, Work and Organizational Psychology, Occupation Psychology, Personnel Psychology or talent assessment) is one of the most active and prosperous branches of modern psychological science. It is concerned with people at work and it focuses on improving, evaluating and predicting job performance. Due to globalization, the demand for Industrial Psychologists is rising and it led to the popularity of the subject. It provides theory and research methods to personnel management, which is the heart of all management. In this view, it is extremely broad. Psychological methods are being used to
select people for jobs in which they can be motivated by their interests and aptitudes to perform efficiently.

This book explores Industrial and Organizational Psychology, it's evolution and it's practical application in the workplace.

Chapter–1: Definition, Nature and Scope

Chapter–2: Major Influences on Industrial Psychology

Chapter–3: Evolution of Scientific Management

Chapter–4: Human Relations Schools

Chapter–5: Hawthorne Studies

Chapter–6: Importance of Motivation

Chapter–7: Impact of Job Satisfaction

Chapter–8: Stress Management

Chapter–9: Organizational Culture

Chapter–10: Leadership and Group Dynamics

Chapter–11: Work Environment and Engineering Psychology

Chapter–12: Industrial Fatigue and Boredom

Chapter–13: Industrial Accidents and Safety

Chapter–14: Job Analysis

Chapter–15: Recruitment and Selection

Chapter–16: Reliability and Validity of Recruitment Tests

Chapter–17: Performance Management and Appraisal

Chapter–18: Training and Development

Examination Paper(s)