Field of social and organisational psychology, Other Subject

Question:

The field of social and organisational psychology explores different aspects of the application of the study of human behaviour at the workplace.

(a) Give a brief outline of the history of Industrial / Organisational Psychology.

(b) Provide a definition for each of the following terms:

(i) Career management
(ii) Self-actualisation
(iii) Organisational change
(iv) Emotional Intelligence
(v) Locus of Control

(c) Identify and describe Gardner's seven different types of intelligences.

(d) Describe any two of the following personality disorders:

(i) Paranoid personality disorder
(ii) Narcissist personality disorder
(iii) Anti-social personality disorder

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