The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Psychology, Two-volume Set

The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Psychology, Two-volume Set

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Organizational psychology is the science of psychology applied to work and organizations. It is a field of inquiry that spans more than a century and covers an increasingly diverse range of topics as the nature of work continues to evolve. The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Psychology provides a comprehensive treatment of key topics that capture the broad sweep of organizational psychology. It features contributions by 69 leading scholars who provide cutting-edge reviews, conceptual integration, and directions for future research. The 42 chapters of the handbook are organized into 10 major sections spanning two volumes, including such topics imperative to the field as: - the core processes of work motivation, job attitudes and affect, and performance that underlie behavior at work - phenomena that assimilate, shape, and develop employees (i.e. socialization, networks, and leadership) - the challenges of managing differences within and across organizations, covering the topics of diversity, discrimination, and cross-cultural psychology - the powerful influence of technology on the nature of work and work processes This landmark two-volume set rigorously compiles knowledge in organizational psychology to date and looks ahead with a roadmap for the future of the field.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 1360 pages
  • 194 x 260 x 82mm | 2,980.09g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0195342828
  • 9780195342826
  • 1,085,542

About Steve W. J. Kozlowski

Steve W. J. Kozlowski is Professor of Organizational Psychology at Michigan State University. He serves as the editor for the Journal of Applied Psychology.show more

Review quote

As I read through the two volumes, I frequently found myself wanting to share various chapters with others, and I noted many chapters that I will go back to repeatedly both for reference and for insights into particular subjects... The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Psychology provides a wide-ranging, accessible, and broad account of the field, and the book will be useful to those in the field as well as to psychologists and others from other subdisciplines. The Handbook will certainly occupy a prominent place in my library, and I will recommend many of its chapters to colleagues and students in I/O psychology, and to other psychologists wishing to learn more about particular areas of the field. Bernardo M. Ferdman for PsycCritiques, July 2013show more

Table of contents

VOLUME 1 ; Part One: An Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology ; 1. The Nature of Industrial and Organizational Psychology ; Steve W. J. Kozlowski ; 2. A History of Industrial and Organizational Psychology ; Laura L. Koppes Bryan & Andrew J. Vinchur ; Part Two: The Foundation ; 3. Seeking the Holy Grail in Organizational Psychology: ; Establishing Causality through Research Design ; Paul J. Hanges & Mo Wang ; 4. Multivariate Dynamics in Organizational Science ; Richard P. DeShon ; 5. Individual Differences: Challenging our Assumptions ; Ann Marie Ryan & Paul R. Sackett ; 6. Behavior, Performance, and Effectiveness: In the 21st Century ; John P. Campbell ; Part Three: Aligning Person and Job Characteristics ; 7. Recruitment and Competitive Advantage: A Brand Equity Perspective ; Kang Yang Trevor Yu & Daniel M. Cable ; 8. Personnel Selection: ; Ensuring Sustainable Organizational Effectiveness Through the Acquisition of Human Capital ; Robert E. Ployhart ; 9. Work Design: Creating Jobs and Roles that Promote Individual Effectiveness ; John Cordery & Sharon K. Parker ; 10. Performance Management ; James W. Smither ; 11. Learning, Training, and Development in Organizations ; Eduardo Salas, Sallie J. Weaver, & Marissa L. Shuffler ; 12. Person-Environment Fit in Organizational Settings ; Cheri Ostroff ; 13. The Research-Practice Gap in I/O Psychology and Related Fields: ; Challenges and Potential Solutions ; Sara L. Rynes ; Part Four: Motivation, Job Attitudes and Affect, and Performance ; 14. Work Motivation: Theory, Practice, and Future Directions ; Ruth Kanfer ; 15. Job Satisfaction and Job Affect ; Timothy A. Judge, Charles L. Hulin, & Reeshad S. Dalal ; 16. Organizational Justice ; Jason A. Colquitt ; 17. Dynamic Performance ; Sabine Sonnentag & Michael Frese ; Part Five: Informal Learning, Meaning Creation, and Social Influence ; 18. Organizational Socialization: ; Background, Basics, and a Blueprint for Adjustment at Work ; Georgia T. Chao ; 19. Workplace Mentoring: Past, Present and Future Perspectives ; Lillian T. Eby ; 20. Organizational Culture and Climate ; Dov M. Zohar & David A. Hofmann ; 21. A Social Network Perspective on Industrial/Organizational Psychology ; Daniel J. Brass ; 22. Leadership ; David V. Day ; VOLUME 2 ; Part Six: Work Teams in Organizations ; 23. Team Structure: Tight versus Loose Coupling in Task-Oriented Groups ; John R. Hollenbeck & Matthias Spitzmuller ; 24. Team Participation and Empowerment - Gilad Chen & Paul Tesluk ; Gilad Chen & Paul Tesluk ; 25. Across Borders and Technologies: Advancements in Virtual Teams Research ; Bradley L. Kirkman, Christina B. Gibson, & Kwanghyun Kim ; 26. Team Learning: A Theoretical Integration and Review ; Bradford S. Bell, Steve W. J. Kozlowski, & Sabrina Blawath ; 27. Criteria Issues and Team Effectiveness ; John E. Mathieu & Lucy Gilson ; Part Seven: Organizational Learning, Development, and Adaptation ; 28. Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management ; Linda M. Argote ; 29. Organizational Development and Change: ; Linking Research from the Profit, Nonprofit and Public Sectors ; J. Kevin Ford & Pennie Foster-Fishman ; 30. Strategic Human Resource Management ; Charles Snow & Scott A. Snell ; Part Eight: Managing Differences Within and Across Organizations ; 31. Managing Diversity ; Quinetta M. Roberson ; 32. Employment Discrimination ; Adrienne J. Colella, Patrick F. McKay, Shanna R. Daniels, & Sloane M. Signal ; 33. Cross-Cultural Organizational Psychology ; Zeynep Aycan & Michele J. Gelfand ; Part Nine: The Interface of Work and Life ; 34. The Work and Family Interface ; Tammy D. Allen ; 35. Lifelong Learning ; Manuel London ; 36. Occupational Safety and Health ; Lois Tetrick & Jose M. Peiro ; 37. Work and Aging ; Jerry W. Hedge & Walter C. Borman ; Part Ten: Technology, System Design, and Human Performance ; 38. An Overview of Human Factors Psychology ; Alex Kirlik ; 39. Cognition and Technology: Interdisciplinarity and the Impact of Cognitive Engineering ; Research on Organizational Productivity ; Stephen M. Fiore ; 40. Taxonomy and Theory in Computer Supported Cooperative Work ; Jonathan Grudin & Steven E. Poltrock ; 41. Decision Making in Naturalistic Environments ; Eduardo Salas, Michael A. Rosen, & Deborah DiazGranados ; Postscript ; 42. On the Horizon ; Steve W.J. Kozlowskishow more