Psychology and Productivity

Psychology and Productivity

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This volume is based on the symposium qPsychology and Productivity: Bringing Together Research and Practiceq held at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in August 1987. The conference was made possible by the Marie Wilson Howell's bequest to the UALR Psychology Department. The symposium participants (and others invited to contribute to this volume) came from three different perspectives. There were basic researchers with a broad range of theoretical interests, applied researchers with an industrial-organizational orientation, and practitioIlers who apply psychological principles in business settings. The conference was organized into three sessions, each consisting of presentations and discussions from one of the perspectives. This book follows the same format. It was our hope that the symposium would serve as a forum for communication across different areas that can contribute to understanding and improving white collar productivity. We hope that this volume helps to continue, on a broader scale, the communication established at the symposium.Computer systems perform a wide variety of tasks automatically that were once done manually. They have literally changed the way people do business, teach their children lessons, heal themselves, and keep themselves informed on a daily basis. Computers control ... These fantastic increases in productivity, voiced despite the lack of supporting empirical evidence, are still noteworthy. But do computersanbsp;...

Title:Psychology and Productivity
Author:Paul Whitney, Robert B. Ochsman
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-04-17


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