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PSYC 7241G The Individual in the Organization

(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as PSY 788.10.
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45 hours; 3 credits

Introduction to the major theoretical approaches to analysis of individual behavior in organizational settings. Primary focus is on distinctive interpretations of individual behavior in a group and organizational context. The consequences for organizational behavior and human resource management. Topics: person/role boundary; work systems; nature of leadership and authority; work attitudes (job satisfaction, job involvement, and organizational climate); motivational traits and environments; job performance; ethics.

Prerequisite: Permission of the graduate deputy chairperson.


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