Organizational Behavior: The State of the Science

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SERIES IN APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY

Edwin A. Fleishman, George Mason University Jeanette N. Cleveland, Pennsylvania State University Series Editors

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Jeanette N. Cleveland, Margaret Stockdale, and Kevin R. Murphy Women and Men in Organizations: Sex and Gender Issues at Work

Aaron Cohen Multiple Commitments in the Workplace: An Integrative Approach

Russell Cropanzano Justice in the Workplace: Approaching Fairness in Human Resource Management, Volume 1

Russell Cropanzano Justice in the Workplace: From Theory to Practice, Volume 2

James E. Driskell and Eduardo Salas Stress and Human Performance

Sidney A. Fine and Steven F. Cronshaw Functional Job Analysis: A Foundation for Human Resources Management

Sidney A. Fine and Maury Getkate Benchmark Tasks for Job Analysis: A Guide for Functional Job Analysis (FJA) Scales

J. Kevin Ford, Steve W. J. Kozlowski, Kurt Kraiger, Eduardo Salas, and Mark S. Teachout Improving Training Effectiveness in Work Organizations

Jerald Greenberg Organizational Behavior: The State of the Science, Second Edition

Uwe E. Kleinbeck, Hans-Henning Quast, Henk Thierry, and Hartmut Häcker Work Motivation

Martin I. Kurke and Ellen M. Scrivner Police Psychology Into the 21st Century

Joel Lefkowitz Ethics and Values in Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Manuel London Job Feedback: Giving, Seeking, and Using Feedback for Performance Improvement, Second Edition

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