The history of industrial organizational psychology is full of forward-thinking individuals who applied their unique theories and hypotheses to this developing field. Indeed, many of the people we consider “founders” of organizational psychology would not have called themselves organizational psychologists, but came from other disciplines, these varied educational and professional backgrounds ultimately had a significant impact on the development of organizational psychology theory....Read more.
Industrial organizational psychology jobs touch on many different areas of the workplace. Work psychology commonly focuses on areas such as talent acquisition, management, and retention, leadership, and workplace productivity....Read more.
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