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IndustrialOrganizational Psychology

by: Hosea Schmidt

IndustrialOrganizational Psychology PSYC 391

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Hosea Schmidt
Cal State Fullerton
GPA 3.9

Melinda Blackman

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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Hosea Schmidt on Wednesday September 30, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSYC 391 at California State University - Fullerton taught by Melinda Blackman in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 58 views. For similar materials see /class/217075/psyc-391-california-state-university-fullerton in Psychlogy at California State University - Fullerton.


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Date Created: 09/30/15
Study Guide for Midterm 2 Dr Blackman Chapter 6 0 Def of Training vs development vs continuing education 0 Training needs analysis 0 On the job training job rotation job enrichment crosstraining simulation vestibule training 0 Apprenticeship vs Internship 0 Assessment of Training Chapter 7 0 Def of Motivation 0 Maslow s needs hierarchy McClelland s Achievement Theory Alderfer s Theory 0 Reinforcement Schedules Herzberg s Theory 0 Equity Theory Needs Theory Chapter 8 0 Def of job satisfaction organizational commitment and organizational citizenship behavior 0 Types of absenteeism types of turnover 0 Predictors of turnover ways to increase job satisfaction extrinsic vs intrinsic motivation o Merit pay stock options premack principle pay for performance gainsharing Chapter 9 0 Def of stress types of stress side effects of stress 0 Task stressors dispositional stressors Type A B and C personality styles 0 Overutilization underutilization stressful occupations ways to cope with stress Chapter 10 o Sender encoder stages of the communication process quotnoisequot nonverbal communication upward vs downward communication centralized vs decentralized communication Chapter 10Aggression 0 Definition of DC 39 types of DC 39 eg 39 39 hostile 0 Factors that increase aggressive responses eg crowding frustration o Freud s theory of aggression Study Guide for IO Midterm 1 Chapter 1 Def of U0 Psychology Areas of study in U0 The Hawthorne Studies Time and Motion Studies Any hands on demonstrations done in class Chapter 2 Advantages and Disadvantages of the following research Designs experimental correlational quasiexperimental unobtrusive vs obtrusive Self report data vs peer report data Experience sampling Reliability vs validity Metaanalysis a normal distribution Operationalization Chapter 3 Job analysis vs job description Job evaluation job specification SME KSAOs DOT PAQ CIT ADA Compensable factors exceptioning Chapter 4 RJP Linens and Things Video BIBs Interview formats 3 resume types resume fraud negligent hiring Aptitude vs achievement tests Biodata possible selves MMPI OCEAN Clue to deceit graphology assessment centers Biases in the interview process affirmative action protected groups Chapter 5 Performance Appraisals 360 Degree feedback forced distributions BARS BOS biases in evaluation


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