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date: 27 September 2020

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This chapter discusses the teaching of industrial and organizational (I/O) psychology, or psychology applied to work, from the scientist-practitioner perspective. Specifically, the chapter covers the purpose of this course in psychology; the foundational and trending topics in the field; the competencies that can be developed in this course; suggestions for team-based instruction and class structure to teach I/O psychology; ideas for activities and projects in the course, including a needs assessment; and different perspectives in the field, with a specific focus on the importance of societal goals and a humanistic perspective in the field.

Keywords: Industrial/organizational, Psychology, Teaching, Scientist-practitioner, Needs assessment, Portfolio, Team-based instruction

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