The SAGE Encyclopedia of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2nd Edition

  • Steven G. Rogelberg
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1483386880
  • ISBN-13: 9781483386881
  • DDC: 158.7
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 999 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2016 | Published/Released December 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2016

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Overview

This newly updated encyclopedia presents a thorough overview of the cross-disciplinary field of industrial and organizational psychology for students, researchers, and professionals in the areas of psychology, business, management, and human resources. In four volumes, readers are provided with state-of-the-art research and ready-to-use facts.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Reader’s Guide.
About the Editors.
Acknowledgments.
Dedication.
Contributors.
Other Frontmatter.
Introduction.
1: Abusive Supervision.
2: Academic Careers in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
3: Academy of Management.
4: Achievement Needs, Power Needs, Affiliation Needs, and Goal Orientation.
5: Action Regulation Theory.
6: Action-State Orientation.
7: Adverse Impact/Disparate Treatment/Discrimination at Work.
8: Affective Events Theory.
9: Affective Traits.
10: Affirmative Action.
11: Affordable Care Act.
12: After Action Reviews.
13: Age Discrimination in Employment Act.
14: Alliance for Organizational Psychology.
15: Ambition.
16: American Psychological Association, Association for Psychological Science.
17: Americans with Disabilities Act.
18: Applicant/Test-Taker Reactions.
19: Approach–Avoidance Motivation and Regulatory Focus.
20: Archival Data/Secondary Data Techniques.
21: Armed Conflicts: Implications for Organizations.
22: Army Alpha/Army Beta.
23: Assessing Organizational Culture.
24: Assessment Center.
25: Assessment Center Methods.
26: Attitudes and Beliefs.
27: Attraction–Selection–Attrition Model.
28: Attractiveness.
29: Automation/Advanced Manufacturing Technology/Computer-Based Integrated Technology.
30: Background Checks/Credit Checks.
31: Balanced Scorecard.
32: Banding.
33: Bayesian Statistics.
34: Behavioral Approach to Leadership.
35: Benchmarking.
36: Big Data: Implications for Organizations.
37: Big Data Techniques/Analytics and I-O Psychology.
38: Big Five Taxonomy of Personality.
39: Biographical Data.
40: Bona Fide Occupational Qualifications.
41: Boomerang Employees.
42: Bootstrapping.
43: Boredom at Work.
44: Boundaryless Careers/Protean Mindset.
45: Building a Talent Pipeline.
46: Bullying at Work.
47: Campbell, John P.: Ninth Recipient, SIOP Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award.
48: Career Development.
49: Career Success.
50: Career Transitions.
51: Careers.
52: Careers for Industrial and Organizational Psychologists.
53: Case Study Method.
54: Changing Demographics: Implications for Organizations.
55: Charismatic Leadership Theory.
56: Civil Rights Act of 1964, Civil Rights Act of 1991.
57: Classical Test Theory.
58: Climate Change: Implications for Organizations.
59: Coercive Citations.
60: Cognitive Abilities.
61: Cognitive Ability Tests.
62: Common Method Variance.
63: Comparable Worth.
64: Compensation.
65: Competency Modeling.
66: Compressed Workweek.
67: Computer-/Web-Based Assessment/Computer Adaptive Testing.
68: Conditional Reasoning.
69: Confidence Intervals/Hypothesis Testing/Effect Sizes.
70: Conflict at Work.
71: Conflict Management.
72: Construct.
73: Contextual Performance/Prosocial Behavior/Organizational Citizenship Behavior.
74: Control Theory.
75: Convenience Sampling.
76: Core Self-Evaluations.
77: Corporate Ethics.
78: Corporate Social Responsibility.
79: Counterpoductive Behaviors.
80: Counterproductive Work Behaviors, Interpersonal Deviance.
81: Counterproductive Work Behaviors, Organizational Deviance.
82: Creativity at Work.
83: Credentialing.
84: Criterion Theory.
85: Critical Incident Technique.
86: Cross-Cultural Research Methods and Theory.
87: Crowdsourcing.
88: Customer Satisfaction and Service.
89: Cyberattacks: Implications for Organizations.
90: Cyberloafing at Work.
91: Data Mining.
92: Data Privacy.
93: Data Visualization.
94: Dependent Care Support.
95: Descriptive Statistics.
96: Developing Leadership Talent Through Multiple Experiences.
97: Dictionary of Occupational Titles.
98: Differential Item Functioning.
99: Dirty Work.
100: Dispositional Resistance to Change.
101: Distance Learning.
102: Diversity Climate.
103: Diversity in the Workplace.
104: Diversity Training.
105: Downsizing.
106: Dual-Career Family Issues.
107: Dunnette, Marvin D.: Third Recipient, SIOP Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award.
108: Dyadic Data Analysis.
109: Electronic Human Resource Management.
110: Electronic Performance Monitoring.
111: Emergent Leadership.
112: Emerging Markets and Globalization: Implications for Organizations.
113: Emotional Burnout.
114: Emotional Intelligence.
115: Emotional Labor.
116: Emotions.
117: Employee and Leader Self-Talk.
118: Employee Assistance Programs.
119: Employee Grievance Systems.
120: Employee Participation and Voice.
121: Employee Performance Recognition.
122: Employee Selection.
123: Employee Wellness Programs.
124: Employment at Will.
125: Employment Interview.
126: Empowerment.
127: Engagement.
128: Enron Scandal.
129: Entrepreneurship.
130: Epidemics: Implications for Organizations.
131: Equal Pay Act of 1963.
132: Equity Theory.
133: Error Management Training.
134: Ethical Decision Making and Behavior, Promotion of.
135: Ethics in Industrial and Organizational Practice.
136: Ethics in Industrial and Organizational Publishing.
137: Ethics in Industrial and Organizational Research.
138: Ethics Scandals in Organizations.
139: Ethics Training.
140: Ethnography.
141: European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology.
142: Eustress.
143: Executive Attention.
144: Executive Coaching.
145: Executive Selection.
146: Exit Survey (Exit Interview).
147: Exogeneity.
148: Expatriate Assignments.
149: Expectancy Theory of Work Motivation.
150: Experience Sampling Technique.
151: Experimental Designs.