| Psychology 226: Psychology in Business and Industry
- 2 rec. 2 lab hr; 3 credits
- Prerequisites: Psychology 101
The psychological principles that can be applied to employee-employer relationships
are considered. Such problems as personnel selection promotion, motivation,
training, measurement of job satisfaction, increasing worker efficiency, and
merit ratins are reviewed from the standpoint of the psychologist in industry.
How the satisfaction of the worker can be furthered, while serving the profit-seeking
motive of business is the basic problem of the course.
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