Occupational psychology

Occupational psychology,

Definition of Occupational psychology:

  1. Study of behavior of people at work. It covers application of applied and social psychology to accident proneness, fatigue, mental health, safety; appraisal, selection and training of employees, personal relations and conflicts, management control systems, and interactions among humans, machines, and the environment. Also called industrial psychology, organizational psychology, or industrial/organizational psychology.

  2. The study of human behaviour at work, including methods of selecting personnel, improving productivity, and coping with stress.

How to use Occupational psychology in a sentence?

  1. My BA in psychology and MA in human resources and occupational psychology from UCC have proved very useful in my career to date.

Meaning of Occupational psychology & Occupational psychology Definition