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 Industrial Psychology - A branch of applied psychology. Also called Organisational or Business Psychology


Academy of Management - Organizational & Management Therapy Division  2/5

Ergonomics

Air Force Behavioral Science Corner - This site is developed by the Air Force in dealing with the mental health of its servicemen. This page also contains issues in clinical psychology concerning occupational hazards.   2/5
American Evaluation Association - International professional association of evaluators devoted to the application and exploration of program evaluation, personnel evaluation, technology, and many other forms of evaluation.  3/5
Archives: National Institute of Industrial Psychology - The NIIP was founded in 1921 by Dr C.S.Myers Director of the Cambridge Psychological Laboratory. 2/5
New A Self Concept-Based Model of Work Motivation - This Paper was Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in August, 1995, but is still valid.  3/5
Bad Human Factors Design  - A scrapbook of illustrated examples of things that are hard to use because they do not follow human factors principles.  By Michael J. Darnell.  4/5
Business Psychology UK 3/5
Center for the Study of Work Teams - Sources for Team related issues, also conferences information.   4/5
Colour in the Treatment of Visual Stress - Coloured overlays have been shown to reduce visual stress and increase reading fluency in about 20% of school children. In 5% of children the increase in speed is greater than 25%.   3/5
Computers and Visual Discomfort - Computers and Visual Discomfort Blurred vision/ difficulty focusing 45 - 50% Double vision 5 -10% Sore eyes 40 - 65% Burning, tearing, itching eyes 55 - 60% Disturbing screen reflections 40% Disturbing contrasts in the visual field 40% - A Slide Show.  3/5
Consumer Psychology - Welcome to Consumer Psychology! If you are looking to better understand purchasing and eating habits of consumers check out Food Psychology. If you are a teacher and are looking for interactive lesson plans to encourage learning visit Fun Lesson Plans to find out more.  4/5
Cornells Human Factors & Ergonomics Programme - Ergo presents information from Ergonomics  research studies and class work by students and faculty in  the Cornell Human Factors and Ergonomics Research Group (CHFERG), directed by Professor Alan Hedge,  in the Department of Design and Environmental Analysis at Cornell University. We focus on ways to improve usability, comfort, performance and health, through the better ergonomic design of hardware, software, and workplaces.  4/5
Emotional Intellegence in the Workplace - Cutting edge research and information related to emotional intelligence in the workplace. Visitors can download the latest research findings, learn of training opportunities, and access reference.  4/5
Ergonomics - UK - The forum for ergonomists and human factors specialists     4/5
ErgoWeb - Professional ergonomic solutions, resource centre and software. 3/5
European Network of Organizational & Work Psychology  3/5
Group Analytic Society - UK  3/5
Hawthorne Effect - The Web Dictionary of Cybernetic Systems - Initial improvement in a process of production caused by the obtrusive observation of that process.  5/5
Human Factors Links - A course only2/5
Human Factors & Ergonomics Lists - Good set of Links.  3/5
Industrial Psychology, Organizational Behavior, Human Factors, and Consumer Behavior - Resources specific to the application of behavioral science to the workplace are listed here. My intent is not to create an exhaustive listing of everything related to I/O psychology. Rather, I have selected only the sources of greatest interest to me (and hopefully my students. 3/5
Industrial Therapy Org - Is a registered charity formed 30 years ago specifically to provide rehabilitation and training for the mentally disabled, those recovering from mental illness. 3/5
Internet Survival Guide of I/O Psychology - Internet sites valuable to both practitioners and researchers in the field of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, HR Management, statistics and methodology. 4/5
Job Enlargement and Job Enrichment. Factoring in Herzberg's Two Factor Theory of Motivation 4/5
Meaning of Work Research Center - Promotes advanced HRM praxis using motivational programs, work stress management, career development, diversity management, and global management. 3/5
Organisational and Occupational Psychiatry and Psychology - Guys, Kings and St.Thomas's Medical and Dental Schools UK  4/5
Quality-of-Life - Circadian Rhythms - From Shift Work Systems.  Circadian Lighting Technology applies biological principles discovered at the Harvard Medical School to facilitate adjustment to night work and shiftwork, thereby improving worker efficiency, productivity and safety in continuous operations business and industry.  3/5
Sexual Orientation In The Work Place - with employee training. Through group activities and self-reflection, participants gain insight into their own sexual bias and phobias. A greater understanding ... 3/5
Stress and Workstress. A Directory of Sites Selected and Commented by Prof.Dr.Theo Compernolle 4/5
Stress UK - For all those interested in personal and occupational stress management. 4/5
Society for Consumer Psychology - The Society represents the interests of behavioral scientists in the fields of psychology, marketing, advertising, communication, consumer behavior, and other related areas3/5
The Psychology of Industrial Safety - This web site is dedicated to behavioural safety and contains overview articles and text, trade journal articles and case studies. It also introduces the 'TALK' Safety Programme and associated products. 3/5
TISHA'S Page on Industrial/Organizational Psychology - Consumer Psychology What is Consumer Psychology? Consumer Psychology is an interdisciplinary examination of the relationship between people and the marketplace. Links to other sites on the Web. 2/5
             
Books and Other Information
Abraham Maslow - Abraham Maslow Understanding Human Motivation A member of the Chicago dynasty of psychologists and sociologists, Abraham Maslow published his theory of human motivation in 1943. Its popularity continues unabated. 2/5
Groups and Teams - Information about groups and teams - the processes and the dynamics. Also has links to programs for team building and enhancement. 3/5
Rational Emotive Therapy at Work  4/5
The Psychology of Color   3/5

 

 

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