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Industrial Organizational Psychology - Psychology Definition of the Week

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Definition: Industrial organizational psychology is an applied area of psychology that involves using psychological theories and principles to solve problems related to the workplace and organizations. You might often hear this field referred to as I/O psychology. Some of the issues that an I/O psychologist might tackle include finding ways to increase worker productivity, selecting the most qualified employees for specific roles, and improving the mental and physical well being of people in the workplace. Read more...

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