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From the Back Cover
This is the twenty-fourth in the most prestigious series of annual volumes in the field of industrial and organizational psychology. The series provides authoritative and integrative reviews of the key literature of industrial psychology and organizational behaviour. The chapters are written by established experts and topics are carefully chosen to reflect the major concerns in both the research literature and in current practice.
Continuing the series’ tradition of providing scholarly, up to the minute reviews and updates of theory and research, this twenty-fourth volume surveys developments in such familiar areas as the psychological contract, team performance, the transfer of training, and individual differences and decision making. Newer topics surveyed in the present volume include the nation of self-regulation in organizational behaviour, the conceptualization and measurement of intuition, security in organizations, and sensemaking in virtual teams. Each chapter offers a comprehensive and critical survey of the chosen topic, and each is supported by a valuable bibliography. For advanced students, academics and researchers, as well as professional psychologists and managers, this remains the most authoritative and current guide to new developments and established knowledge in the field of industrial and organizational psychology.