Month: April 2009

The Goal Revision Seesaw: What Makes it Move?

Topic: Self Efficacy, Goals Publication: The Journal of Applied Psychology (2008) Article: The role of feedback, causal attributions, and self-efficacy in goal revision .Author: A.P. Tolli, A.M. Schmidt Reviewed by: Benjamin Granger One thing that we know is that employees frequently revise their performance goals. But we know less about how and why they do so….until now. In a recent study from Journal of Applied


Hello! You may be wondering what I/O AT WORK is all about.  Here’s the answer:  Many consider Industrial/Organizational psychology as the science behind Human Resources, Organizational Development, Organizational Effectiveness, and Organizational Behavior. I/O AT WORK helps to bridge the gap between I/O research and its application in the HR world (and

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