|2.1 Forces for change in the nature of work ||52|
|2.2 A model of the psychological contract ||59|
|3.1 Hackman and Oldham's theory of work motivation ||96|
|3.2 Towards an integrated model of work motivation ||108|
|4.1 Lazarus and Folkman's (1984) model of the stressor-strain relationship ||116|
|4.2 Model of the physiological effects of stressors ||124|
|4.3 Baddeley and Hitch's model of a working memory ||139|
|4.4 Karasek and Theorell's (1990) model of job latitude, job demands, and learning ||150|
|5.1 Two models of human-machine systems ||170|
|5.2 Rasmussen's (1981, 1986) ladder model of decision making ||180|
|5.3 A forcefield analysis used to identify factors preventing the development of a safety culture ||190|
|5.4 The elements of the Tripod Delta technique ||195|
|5.5 Tripod Delta: Summary of the 11 categories of GFTs and a failure state profile ||196|
|6.1 Single and double loop learning ||209|
|6.2 Motorola's model of culture design and systems to support learning ||217|
|6.3 Integrating business objectives within a training cycle ||225|
|7.1 The repertory grid technique in job analysis ||266‑7|
|7.2 Interaction of mean rating between rater and ratee (Awosunle & Doyle, 2001) ||288|
|7.3 An assessment centre exercise × dimension matrix ||301|
|8.1 The relationship between the different vocational personality types within the individual ||343|
|8.2 Burke's model of person-environment fit and organizational performance ||344|
|9.1 A model of a "complete" EAP provider (Reddy, 1997) ||361|
|9.2 The tripartite relationship in workplace counselling (Reddy, 1997) ||362|
|10.1 The elements of a full CBA system (Burke, 1997, 1998) ||399|
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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: ix.
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