Module 8: Advanced Industrial and Organizational Psychology I (7.5 ECTS-Credits, 4 h)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: After completing this module, students possess sound competence in the application of diagnostic methods in industrial and organizational psychology and knowledge of the underlying theoretical concepts (particularly activity theory, alienation, humanistic motivation theories, sociotechnical systems, micropolitical approach, organizational development concepts). This enables students to conduct analyses and diagnoses independently and to plan investigations in companies. This provides the foundation for further specialization in industrial and organizational psychology.
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VU Methods of Job Analysis, Job Assessment, and Organizational Diagnosis (VU / 2h / 4 ECTS-AP)
Wolfgang Georg Weber
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VU Lecture-practical course: Concepts and Methods of Task, Job and Organizational Analysis (VU / 2h / 4 ECTS-AP)
Matthias Weigl
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SE Theories, Research Methods, and Results of Work and Organizational Psychology Oriented Towards the Humanisation of Work: Participation, Democracy and Socialisation (SE / 2h / 3,5 ECTS-AP)
Wolfgang Georg Weber
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SE Theories, Research Methods and Results of human-oriented Working- and Organisational Psychology: Critical Approaches (SE / 2h / 3,5 ECTS-AP)
Thomas Höge-Raisig
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SE Theories, research methods, and results of an human-oriented Work- and Organizational Psychology: Organizations and Sustainability (SE / 2h / 3,5 ECTS-AP)
Christine Unterrainer
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SE Theory, methods and results of a human-oriented work and organizational psychology: Work, Emotion regulation and Mental Health (SE / 2h / 3,5 ECTS-AP)
Bettina Lampert
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SE Theory, methods and results of a human-oriented work and organizational psychology: Non-reducational work and organizational psychology (SE / 2h / 3,5 ECTS-AP)
Sünje Lorenzen
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