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This course will provide an opportunity to review, discuss and analyze the ethical dilemmas faced in field research and the practice of industrial organizational psychology. Case studies and related real world experiences will be the central focus of our inquiry into developing a process, professional skills. You will be asked to read and provide analysis as well as written commentary on more cases than we will be able to review thoroughly in our weekly discussions. A key learning objective of this seminar is to heighten our awareness that almost every intervention made by an industrial & organizational psychologist working with an organization will impact an organization's culture, climate, stress tolerance trust levels as well as the individual people that comprise the organization. Another learning objective will be to increase your knowledge and understanding of accepted business practices, disciplines, jargon and nomenclature since most careers in I/O Psychology will be involve

Credits: 3


There are no prerequisites listed for this course.

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