Industrial and Organizational Psychology Research and Practice by Paul E. Spector is an overview of the I-O Psychology field. The 7th edition was published by Wiley, one of the major education publishers, in 2016. The Eighth Edition Available Summer 2021 for Fall Adoption.
What Is Industrial and Organizational Psychology?
Industrial and Organizational (I-O) Psychology is a field concerned with the human side of organizations. Over the past century it has provided both a technology for assessing, selecting, and training employees, as well as insights into the best way to lead and manage. A study of I-O psychology will provide an understanding of how people are affected by their work environments, and how to enable employees to reach their full potential.
What’s New in the 8th Edition?
The 8th edition is updated with more than 160 new references since 2016. It adds several new topics, many focused on the impact of technology. New topics include analytics, creativity & innovation, customer satisfaction, cyber-bullying, gamification, micro-learning, moral leadership (authentic, ethical and servant), organizational climate & culture, self-determination theory, and social media for recruitment. A new feature connects the book to Paul’s blog, with each chapter tying two blog articles to the text discussion. An instructor guide is provided with advice about how to make the most of the blog as individual or group activities/assignments that can be done asynchronously or in class.
Publisher’s Instructor Companion Site for 7th edition
Publisher’s Student Companion Site for 6th edition
For More Information and Where to Purchase
Available directly from Wiley or from all major book sellers. Some of them carry older editions.