Rewards and Behavior: Of Pets and People

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Description: You may have heard someone somewhere bemoaning their observation that some people treat their pets like they are human beings (sneaking them into restaurants etc.) But, have you heard anyone bemoan the opposite – treating humans like pets (and I am NOT thinking here of consensual dog collar wearing OR examples of abuse). Here… Read more »

Simple, Effective Employee Behavior Change Plans: Welcome to I/O Psychology

Posted by & filed under General Psychology, Group Processes, Health Psychology, Industrial Organizational Psychlology, Industrial Organizational Psychology, Memory, Motivation-Emotion, Research Methods, Stress Coping - Health.

Description: So how can you get people to do things that are good for them? Yes, I know, yelling, nagging, and threatening have their places but what if you want to try and influence how things are done within an organization? Well I/O or Industrial/Organizational Psychologists are quite interested in such questions. Here are three… Read more »