|0 Read me…(It's all in the subtitle, or I'd like to disagree with Aristotle's principle of moderation in all things) ||1|
|1 What's it all about…? (Introduction to work and organizational psychology) ||8|
|2 All change…the past and future of work: Organizational change and development ||39|
|3 Why work? (Or life, the universe, and everything!): Employee relations and motivation ||77|
|4 A study of stress: Design of environments and of work ||111|
|5 The ironies of automation and other disasters: Human-machine interaction ||159|
|6 Lifelong learning: Training and development ||205|
|7 Getting the right people (and keeping them): Selection and assessment ||257|
|8 Getting the best from the best: Appraisal and career development ||310|
|9 How to stop worrying and learn to love work: Counselling and individual development ||353|
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Book title: Work and Organizational Psychology: An Introduction with Attitude.
Contributors: Christine E. Doyle - Author.
Publisher: Psychology Press.
Place of publication: Hove, England.
Publication year: 2003.
Page number: vii.
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