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Organisational Psychology: Research and Professional Practice brings together the research of 15 leading Australian researchers and educators to produce a research and professional practice textbook for postgraduate and undergraduate students of organisational psychology.

Key features and benefits: based on up-to-date local and international research; compiled and extensively reviewed by a respected team of editors; each chapter includes a case study allowing the reader to apply their learning in a professional context; the teaching package includes extensive PowerPoint slides for each chapter.

Dr Aspa Sarris is a senior lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide in South Australia, and is a member of the Australian Psychology Society, a committee member of the College of Organisational Psychologists, a member of the APS College of Organisational Psychologists. Her research research aims to contribute to our understanding of the factors in the workplace that impact upon individual well-being and organisational performance. Her specific areas of research interest include organisational behaviour, organisational culture, Antarctic station life, and the behaviour of groups in isolated and confined environments. Dr Neil Kirby is a senior lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide in South Australia. He is on the IDSC research committee, and is a member of the Bedford Industries Board, the Australian Psychology Society, and the Health, Disabilities and Lifespan Development Centre. Neil's research interests lie with the assessment, training and behaviour management of people with intellectual or other disabilities, the speed of information processing associated with intellectual disability, ageing and brain damage, and organisational psychology particularly, organisational behaviour.

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