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Organizational Psychology: Critical Concepts in Psychology (4 Vols) (Critical Concepts in Psychology)

De (autor) Editat de Jo Silvester
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This new four-volume collection from Routledge is a Major Work which brings together both canonical and the very best cutting-edge thinking in organizational psychology.
Organizational psychology is a broad field which has natural overlaps with other research areas such as organizational studies, organizational sociology, human resource management, individual differences, and management science. For this reason, the primary focus of the collection is on defining the unique contribution of psychology to work and organizations, and taking a critical perspective in reviewing theoretical developments, research evidence, and contributions to practice. It is an essential reference work and will be welcomed as a vital research resource by all scholars and students of the subject.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780415400084
ISBN-10: 0415400082
Pagini: 1928
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 mm
Greutate: 0.98 kg
Ediția: New.
Editura: Routledge
Seria Critical Concepts in Psychology


Cuprins

VOLUME I: THE MEANING AND IMPACT OF WORK
Part 1: How People Become Workers

1. John M. Arnold, ‘The Psychology of Careers in Organizations’, in C. L. Cooper and I. T. Robertson (eds.), International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Vol. 12 (Chichester: John Wiley, 1997), pp. 1ߝ27.
2. Benjamin Schneider, ‘The People Make the Place’, Personnel Psychology, 40, 1983, pp. 437ߝ53.
3. John Van Maanen, ‘Police Socialization: A Longitudinal Examination of Job Attitudes in an Urban Police Department’, Administrative Science Quarterly, 20, 1975, pp. 207ߝ28.
4. Amy L. Kristof, ‘Person-Organization Fit: An Integrative Review of its Conceptualisations, Measurement and Implications’, Personnel Psychology, 49, 1996, pp. 1ߝ49.
5. Sanford M. Jacoby, ‘Are Career Jobs Headed for Extinction?’, California Management Review, 42, 1999, pp. 123ߝ45.
6. Sandra L. Robinson and Denise M. Rousseau, ‘Violating the Psychological Contract: Not the Exception, but the Norm’, Journal of Organizational Behavior, 15, 3, 1994, pp. 245ߝ59.
7. David Guest, ‘Is the Psychological Contract Worth Taking Seriously?’, Journal of Organizational Behavior, 19, 1998, pp. 649ߝ64.
Part 2: Experiencing Work
8. Barry M. Staw, ‘Organizational Psychology and the Pursuit of the Happy/Productive Worker’, California Management Review, 28, 4, 1986, pp. 40ߝ53.
9. Timothy A. Judge, Carl J. Thoresen, Joyce E. Bono, and Gregory K. Patton, ‘The Job Satisfaction-Job Performance Relationship: A Qualitative and Quantitative Review’, Psychological Bulletin, 127, 2001, pp. 376ߝ407.
10. Natalie J. Allen and John P. Meyer, ‘The Measurement and Antecedents of Affective, Continuance, and Normative Commitment to the Organization’, Journal of Occupational Psychology, 63, 1, 1990, pp. 1ߝ18.
11. Anat Rafaeli, ‘When Cashiers Meet Customers: An Analysis of the Role of Supermarket Cashiers’, Academy of Management Journal, 32, 2, 1989, pp. 245ߝ73.
12. Jennifer M. George and Gareth R. Jones, ‘Experiencing Work: Values, Attitudes and Moods’, Human Relations, 50, 4, 1997, pp. 393ߝ416.
13. Blake E. Ashforth and Ronald H. Humphrey, ‘Emotion in the Workplace: A Reappraisal’, Human Relations, 48, 1995, pp. 97ߝ125.
14. Peter B. Warr, ‘The Measurement of Well-being and Other Aspects of Mental Health’, Journal of Occupational Psychology, 63, 1990 pp. 193ߝ210
15. Kate Sparks, Brian Faragher, and Cary L. Cooper, ‘Well-being and Occupational Health in the 21st Century Workplace’, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 74, 4, 2001, pp. 489ߝ509.
16. Cary L. Cooper, ‘Working Hours and Health’, Work and Stress, 10, 1996, 1ߝ4.
17. Jason A. Colquitt and Jerald Greenberg, ‘Organizational Justice: A Fair Assessment of the State of the Literature’, in J. Greenberg (ed.), Organizational Behavior: The State of the Science (Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum, 2003), pp. 165ߝ210.
VOLUME II: SELECTING AND DEVELOPING EMPLOYEES
Part 3: How Organizations Attract, Select, and Recruit Employees
18. Frank L. Schmidt and John E. Hunter, ‘The Validity and Utility of Selection Methods in Personnel Psychology: Practical and Theoretical Implications of 85 Years of Research Findings’, Psychological Bulletin, 124, 1998, pp. 262ߝ74.
19. Murray R. Barrick and Michael K. Mount, ‘The Big Five Personality Dimensions and Job Performance: A Meta-analysis’, Personnel Psychology, 44, 1991, pp. 1ߝ26.
20. Michael K. Mount and Murray R. Barrick, ‘Five Reasons Why the “Big Five” Article Has Been Frequently Cited’, Personnel Psychology, 51, 1998, 849ߝ57.
21. Edwin A. Locke, ‘The Motivation to Work: What We Know’, Advances in Motivation and Achievement, 10, 1997, pp. 375ߝ412.
22. Ruth Kanfer and Phillip L. Ackerman, ‘Individual Differences in Work Motivation: Further Explorations of a Trait Framework’, Applied Psychology: An International Review, 49, 2000, pp. 470ߝ82.
23. Frank L. Schmidt and John Hunter, ‘General Mental Ability in the World of Work Occupational Attainment and Job Performance’, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 86, 2004, pp. 162ߝ73.
24. Richard Klimoski and Mary Brickner, ‘Why do Assessment Centers Work? The Puzzle of Assessment Center Validity’, Personnel Psychology, 40, 1987, pp. 243ߝ60.
25. Stephen W. Gilliland ‘The Perceived Fairness of Selection Systems: An Organizational Justice Perspective’, Academy of Management Review, 18, 1993, pp. 694ߝ734.
26. Anne-Marie Ryan and Robert E. Ployhart, ‘Applicants’ Perceptions of Selection Procedures and Decisions: A Critical Review and Agenda for the Future’, Journal of Management, 26, 2000, pp. 565ߝ606.
Part 4: Assessing and Developing People at Work
27. Richard D. Arvey and Kevin R. Murphy, ‘Performance Evaluation in Work Settings’, Annual Review of Psychology, 49, 1998, 141ߝ68.
28. Chockalingam Viswesvaran and Deniz S. Ones, ‘Perspectives on Models of Job Performance’, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 8, 2000, pp. 216ߝ26.
29. Paul Sparrow, ‘Organizational Competencies: A Valid Approach for the Future?’, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 3, 3, 1995, pp. 168ߝ77.
30. Virginia E. Schein, Ruediger Mueller, Terry Lituchy, and Jiang Liu, ‘Think Manager—Think Male: A Global Phenomenon?’, Journal of Organizational Behaviour, 17, 1996, pp. 33ߝ41.
31. Eduardo Salas and Janis A. Cannon-Bowers, ‘The Science of Training: A Decade of Process’, Annual Review of Psychology, 52, 2001, pp. 471ߝ99.
32. George M. Alliger and Elizabeth A. Janak, ‘Kirkpatrick’s Levels of Training Criteria Thirty Years Later’, Personnel Psychology, 42, 1989, pp. 331ߝ42.
33. Timothy T. Baldwin and J. Kevin Ford, ‘Transfer of Training: A Review and Directions for Future Research’, Personnel Psychology, 41, 1988, pp. 63ߝ105.
34. Kurt Kraiger, J. Kevin Ford, and Eduardo Salas, ‘Application of Cognitive, Skill-based, and Affective Theories of Learning Outcomes to New Methods of Training Evaluation’, Journal of Applied Psychology, 78, 1993, pp. 311ߝ28.
35. David A. Garvin, ‘Building a Learning Organization’, Harvard Business Review, 71, 1993, pp. 78ߝ91.
VOLUME III: ENHANCING PERFORMANCE IN ORGANIZATIONS
Part 5: Individual and Group Performance

36. Bernard M. Bass, ‘Does the Transactional-Transformational Leadership Paradigm Transcend Organizational and National Boundaries?’, American Psychologist, 52, 2, 1997, pp. 130ߝ9.
37. James R. Meindl, ‘The Romance of Leadership as a Follower-Centric Theory: A Social Constructionist Approach’ Leadership Quarterly, 6, 1995, pp. 329ߝ41.
38. John R. P. French and Bertram H. Raven, ‘The Bases of Social Power’, in D. Cartwright (ed.), Studies in Social Power (Ann Arbor, MI: Institute for Social Research, 1959), pp. 150ߝ67.
39. Richard A. Guzzo and Marcus W. Dickson, ‘Teams in Organizations: Recent Research on Performance and Effectiveness’, Annual Review of Psychology, 47, 1996, pp. 307ߝ38.
40. Michael A. West, ‘Sparkling Fountains or Stagnant Ponds: An Integrative Model of Creativity and Innovation Implementation in Work Groups’, Applied Psychology: An International Review, 51, 2002, pp. 355ߝ86.
41. Kurt Lewin, ‘Frontiers in Group Dynamics’, Human Relations, 1, 1947, pp. 5ߝ41.
42. Daniel P. Forbes and Frances J. Milliken, ‘Cognition and Corporate Governance: Understanding Boards of Directors as Strategic Decision-making Groups’, Academy of Management Review, 24, 1999, pp. 489ߝ505.
43. Michael A. Hogg and Deborah J. Terry, ‘Social Identity and Self-categorization Processes in Organizational Contexts’, Academy of Management Review, 25, 2000, pp. 121ߝ40.
Part 6: Organizational Performance
44. Albert B. Cherns, ‘The Principles of Sociotechnical Design Revisited’, Human Relations, 40, 1987, pp. 153ߝ62.
45. J. Richard Hackman and Gary R. Oldman, ‘Motivation Through the Design of Work: Test of a Theory’, Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, 16, 1976, pp. 250ߝ79.
46. Deborah J. Terry and N. L. Jimmieson, ‘Work Control and Employee Well-being: A Decade Review’, in C. L. Cooper and I. T. Robertson (eds.), International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Vol. 14 (Chichester: Wiley, 1999), pp. 95ߝ148.
47. Karl E. Weick and Robert E. Quinn, ‘Organisational Change and Development’, Annual Review of Psychology, 50, 1999, pp. 361ߝ86.
48. Lester Coch and John R. P. French, Jr., ‘Overcoming Resistance to Change’, Human Relations, 1, 4, 1948, pp. 512ߝ32.
49. Adrian Furnham and John Taylor, ‘Counterproductive Behaviours at Work’, The Dark Side of Behaviour at Work: Understanding and Avoiding Employees Leaving, Thieving and Deceiving (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004), pp. 83ߝ129.
50. Daniel Denison, ‘What is the Difference Between Organizational Culture and Organizational Climate? A Native’s Point of View on a Decade of Paradigm Wars’, Academy of Management Review, 21, 3, 1996, 619ߝ54.
VOLUME IV: LOOKING TO THE FUTURE: WORK AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Part 7: Globalization

51. Michael H. Bond and Peter B. Smith, ‘Cross-cultural and Social and Organizational Psychology’, Annual Review of Psychology, 47, 1996, 203ߝ35.
52. Geert Hofstede, Bram Neuijen, Denise D. Ohayr, and Geert Sanders, ‘Measuring Organisational Cultures: A Qualitative and Quantitative Study Across 20 Countries’, Administrative Science Quarterly, 35, 1990, pp. 286ߝ316.
53. Zhong-Ming Wang ‘Managerial Competency Modelling and the Development of Organizational Psychology: A Chinese Approach’, International Journal of Psychology, 38, 2003, pp. 323ߝ34.
54. David Bartram, ‘Internet Recruitment and Selection: Kissing Frogs to Find Princes’, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 8, 2000, pp. 261ߝ74.
55. Filip Lievens and Michael M. Harris, ‘Research on Internet Recruiting and Testing: Current Status and Future Directions’, in C. L. Cooper and I. T. Robertson (eds.), International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Vol. 18 (Chichester: Wiley, 2003), pp. 131ߝ65.
56. Neil Anderson, ‘Applicant and Recruiter Reactions to New Technology in Selection: A Critical Review and Agenda for Future Research’, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 11, 2/3, 2003, pp. 121ߝ36.
57. David Holman, ‘Call Centres’, in D. Holman, T. D. Wall, C. W. Clegg, P. Sparrow, and A. Howard (eds.), The Essentials of the New Workplace: A Guide to the Human Impact of Modern Working Practices (Chichester: Wiley, 2005), pp. 115ߝ34.
58. Wayne F. Cascio, ‘Managing a Virtual Workplace’, Academy of Management Executive, 14, 2000, pp. 81ߝ90.
Part 8: Next-generation Thinking
59. Denise M. Rousseau, ‘Organizational Behavior in the New Organizational Arena’, Annual Review of Psychology, 48, 1997, pp. 515ߝ46.
60. Lynn R. Offerman and Marilyn K. Gowing, ‘Organizations of the Future’, American Psychologist, 45, 2, 1990, pp. 95ߝ108.
61. Michael M. Harris, ‘The Internet and Industrial-Organizational Psychology: Practice and Research Perspectives’, Journal of e-Commerce and Psychology, 1, 2000, pp. 8ߝ24.
62. Peter Herriot and Neil Anderson ‘Selecting for Change: How Will Personnel and Selection Psychology Survive?’, in N. Anderson and P. Herriot (eds.), International Handbook of Selection and Assessment (Chichester: Wiley, 1997) pp. 1ߝ34.
63. Leaetta M. Hough and Frederick L. Oswald, ‘Personnel Selection: Looking Toward the Future, Remembering the Past’, Annual Review of Psychology, 51, 2000, 631ߝ64.
64. Phil Johnson and Cathy Cassell, ‘Epistemology and Work Psychology: New Agendas’, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 74, 2001, 125ߝ43.
65. Neil Anderson, Peter Herriot, and Gerald P. Hodgkinson, ‘The Practitioner-Scientist Divide in Industrial, Work and Organizational (IWO) Psychology: Where Are We Now and Where Do We Go From Here?’, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 74, 2001, pp. 391ߝ411.
66. Karen Legge ‘Any Nearer a “Better” Approach? A Critical View’, in D. Holman, T. D. Wall, C. W. Clegg, P. Sparrow and A. Howard (eds.), The New Workplace: A Guide to the Human Impact of Modern Working Practices (Chichester: Wiley, 2005), pp. 393ߝ412.
67. Wayne F. Cascio, ‘Whither Industrial and Organizational Psychology in a Changing World of Work?’, American Psychologist, 50, 1995, pp. 928ߝ39.