PSYCH-105 Industrial Psychology
At the end of the course, learners should be able to –
- Understand about the need of industrial psychology and the role of scientific management and human relations in industries.
- Apply the understanding of motivation, stress management, and leadership skills to solve different problems in industries.
- Analyze work environment and the safety measures to increase performance of employees.
- Evaluate current work system and plan different methods to improve workers performance and to get maximum output.
Pedagogy: Lecture, Problem based learning, Group discussions, Visual media, Films, Documentaries, Debate forums.
- Miner J.B. (1992) Industrial/Organizational Psychology. N Y : McGraw Hill.
- Blum & Naylor (1982) Industrial Psychology. Its Theoretical & Social Foundations CBS Publication.
- Aamodt, M.G. (2007) Industrial/Organizational Psychology : An Applied Approach (5th edition) Wadsworth/Thompson : Belmont, C.A.
- Aswathappa K. (2008). Human Resource Management (fifth edition) New Delhi : Tata McGraw Hill.
- Bisen Vikram & Priya (2008), Industrial Psychology (third edition), New Age International Publishers, New Delhi