Introduction to psychology of work and organisation
Study Cycle: 1
Lecturer(s): doc. dr. Babnik Katarina
Subject of work and organizational psychology; typical problems; basic approaches; basic methods; forms of practical activities; relation to similar disciplines.
Historical development of the profession; milestones that influenced the development of the profession; development after 1st and 2nd world war; contemporary paths of development; changes and adaptations because of globalization.
Research in the field of work and organizational psychology; basic methodological approaches; using research data.
Meaning of work; relations to other aspects of life; work values and attitudes; unemployment; ethical and legal aspects of the profession.
Quality of working life: work schedule, workload, fatigue, rest, ergonomics and ergonomic interventions, work-related stress, burnout.