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This site provides resources for practitioners, researchers, students and others who consult, research, and study the human side of organizations. Included are explanations of Industrial-Organizational Psychology concepts, overviews of research, and methodology tools.

Assessments for Measuring People at Work

Resources are found to measure characteristics of people and organizations, including attitudes, behavior, organizational climate, perceptions, and personality. The Assessment Archive has links to assessments by Paul and others. Check out Paul’s No Cost Assessments that can be used for noncommercial educational and research purposes. Commercial use is available for consultants and others needing already developed tools to assess people. Paul created an improved version of his widely popular Job Satisfaction Survey solely for commercial use. For details, e-mail Paul.

Paul’s Blog

Paul blogs about a wide range of topics concerning the human side of organizations and the methods used to study them. The blog section contains his extensive library. Subscribe to his blog so you will not miss an article. You will get an e-mail notice each time a blog is posted.

Books by Paul

Paul is a successful book author who has written about I-O psychology and research methodology. His books have sold more than 200,000 copies worldwide. Check out his books.

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