700-1050 words industrial/organizational psychology

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this assignment, you will investigate the significant role of each
founding father of industrial/organizational psychology, as well as come
to understand the important role that industrial/organizational
psychologists play as both researcher and practitioner and the
importance of research and statistics in the field.

Complete the Contributions to I/O Psychology worksheet. (found at the bottom)

Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper comparing the dual
roles of scientist and practitioner that I/O psychologists play. Include
the following in your response:

  • Specific examples of how research advances the field
  • Ethical considerations when conducting this research
  • Descriptions of at least two statistical methods used by I/O psychologists, as well as how they are used


Contributions to I/O Psychology

Complete the following table. Your answers in each cell should be at least 1 to 2 sentences in length.

Founders of I/O psychology

Major contributions to the field

Modern application of the founder’s contribution to the field

Hugo Munsterberg

Walter Dill Scott

Frederick Taylor

Frank and Lillian Gilbreth


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