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Industrial Psychology Assignment Paper

Industrial Psychology Assignment Paper

Industrial Psychology Assignment Paper

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    ASSIGNMENT 04

    PS450 Industrial Organizational Psychology

    Directions: Be sure to save an electronic copy of your answer before submitting it to Ashworth College for grading. Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English, spelling, and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format. Your response should be four (4) double‐spaced pages; refer to the “Format Requirementsʺ page for specific format requirements. Industrial Psychology Assignment Paper

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    Part A

     

    1. Briefly describe the Hawthorne studies and explain their results.

     

    2. Describe how these results are reflected in contemporary practice and work environment, providing two (2) examples.

     

    Part B

     

    1. Compare and contrast experimental and correlational methods, providing one (1) similarity and one (1) difference.

     

    2. Provide two (2) examples of studies that use experimental methods and two (2) examples of studies that use correlational methods.

     

    Part C

     

    1. Compare and contrast two (2) methods of job analysis, providing one (1) similarity and one (1) difference.

     

    2. Which of the two (2) methods you described is more efficient and when? Provide two (2) supporting facts to justify your position.

     

    Part D

     

    Discuss the use of subjective personal opinions in making hiring decisions. Describe two (2) reasons that support using subjective personal opinions and two (2) reasons against such use. Industrial Psychology Assignment Paper

     

     

    Grading Rubric

     

    Please refer to the rubric below for the grading criteria for this assignment.

     

     

     

    CATEGORYExemplarySatisfactoryUnsatisfactoryUnacceptable

    10 points 8 points 5 points 2 points

    Student provides a clear,

    logical summary of the

    Hawthorne study, including

    the results.

    Student provides a mostly

    clear, logical summary of the

    Hawthorne study, including

    the results.

    Student provides a partially

    clear, logical summary of

    the Hawthorne study,

    including the results.

    Student provides a weak or

    unclear summary of the

    Hawthorne study,

    including the results.

    15 points 12 points 8 points 5 points

    Student provides a clear,

    logical description of how

    the Hawthorne results are

    reflected in contemporary

    practice and work

    environment, with at least 2

    clear, logical examples.

    Student provides a mostly

    clear, logical description of

    how the Hawthorne results

    are reflected in

    contemporary practice and

    work environment, with at

    least 2 mostly clear, logical

    examples.

    Student provides a partially

    clear, logical description of

    how the Hawthorne results

    are reflected in

    contemporary practice and

    work environment, with at

    least 2 partially clear, logical

    examples.

    Student provides a

    partially clear, logical

    description of how the

    Hawthorne results are

    reflected in contemporary

    practice and work

    environment, with at least

    1 partially clear, logical

    example.

    10 points 8 points 5 points 2 points

    Student provides a clear,

    logical description of

    experimental methods and

    correlational methods with

    at least 1 similarity and 1

    difference.

    Student provides a mostly

    clear, logical description of

    experimental methods and

    correlational methods with

    at least 1 similarity and 1

    difference.

    Student provides a partially

    clear, logical description of

    experimental methods and

    correlational methods with

    at least 1 similarity and 1

    difference.

    Student provides a

    partially clear, logical

    description of

    experimental methods and

    correlational methods with

    at least 1 similarity or 1

    difference.

    10 points 8 points 5 points 2 points

    Student provides a clear,

    logical example of at least 2

    studies that use

    experimental methods and

    at least 2 studies that use

    correlational methods.

    Student provides a mostly

    clear, logical example of at

    least 2 studies that use

    experimental methods and

    at least 2 studies that use

    correlational methods.

    Student provides a partially

    clear, logical example of 1-2

    studies that use

    experimental methods and

    1-2 studies that use

    correlational methods.

    Student provides a weak or

    unclear example of 1-2

    studies that use

    experimental methods and

    1-2 studies that use

    correlational methods.

    10 points 8 points 5 points 2 points

    Student provides a clear,

    logical description of 2 job

    analysis methods with at

    least 1 similarity and at least

    1 difference.

    Student provides a mostly

    clear, logical description of 2

    job analysis methods with at

    least 1 similarity and at least

    1 difference.

    Student provides a partially

    clear, logical description of

    2 job analysis methods with

    at least 1 similarity and at

    least 1 difference.

    Student provides a

    partially clear, logical

    description of 2 job

    analysis methods with at

    least 1 similarity or at least

    1 difference.

    10 points 8 points 5 points 2 points

    Student provides a clear,

    logical description of which

    of the 2 job analysis methods

    described is more efficient,

    along with at least 2 clear,

    logical supporting facts.

    Student provides a mostly

    clear, logical description of

    which of the 2 job analysis

    methods described is more

    efficient, along with at least

    2 mostly clear, logical

    supporting facts.

    Student provides a partially

    clear, logical description of

    which of the 2 job analysis

    methods described is more

    efficient, along with at least

    2 partially clear, logical

    supporting facts.

    Student provides a

    partially clear, logical

    description of which of the

    2 job analysis methods

    described is more

    efficient, along with at

    least 1 partially clear,

    logical supporting fact.

    Hawthorne studies

    summary (10 points)

    Experimental/Correl

    ational –

    compare/contrast

    (10 points)

    Experimental/Correl

    ational – examples

    (10 points)

    Reflection (15

    points)

    Job analysis

    methods –

    compare/contrast

    (10 points)

    Job analysis

    methods – efficiency

    (10 points)

    10 points 8 points 5 points 2 points

    Student provides at least 2

    clear, logical arguments that

    support the use of subjective

    personal opinions in making

    hiring decisions, and at least

    2 clear, logical arguments

    against the use of subjective

    personal opinions in making

    hiring decisions.

    Student provides at least 2

    mostly clear, logical

    arguments that support the

    use of subjective personal

    opinions in making hiring

    decisions, and at least 2

    mostly clear, logical

    arguments against the use of

    subjective personal opinions

    in making hiring decisions.

    Student provides at least 2

    partially clear, logical

    arguments that support the

    use of subjective personal

    opinions in making hiring

    decisions, and at least 2

    partially clear, logical

    arguments against the use

    of subjective personal

    opinions in making hiring

    decisions.

    Student provides at least 1

    partially clear, logical

    argument that supports

    the use of subjective

    personal opinions in

    making hiring decisions,

    and at least 1 partially

    clear, logical argument

    against the use of

    subjective personal

    opinions in making hiring

    decisions.

    10 points 8 points 5 points 2 points

    Student makes no errors in

    grammar or spelling that

    distract the reader from the

    content.

    Student makes 1-2 errors in

    grammar or spelling that

    distract the reader from the

    content.

    Student makes 3-4 errors in

    grammar or spelling that

    distract the reader from the

    content.

    Student makes more than

    4 errors in grammar or

    spelling that distract the

    reader from the content.

    15 points 12 points 8 points 5 points

    The paper is written in

    proper format. All sources

    used for quotes and facts are

    credible and cited correctly.

    Excellent organization,

    including a variety of

    thoughtful transitions.

    The paper is written in

    proper format with only 1-2

    errors. All sources used for

    quotes and facts are credible

    and most are cited correctly.

    Adequate organization

    includes a variety of

    appropriate transitions.

    The paper is written in

    proper format with only 3-5

    errors. Most sources used

    for quotes and facts are

    credible and cited correctly.

    Essay is poorly organized,

    but may include a few

    effective transitions.

    The paper is not written in

    proper format. Many

    sources used for quotes

    and facts are less than

    credible (suspect) and/or

    are not cited correctly.

    Essay is disorganized and

    does not include effective

    transitions.

    Format – APA

    Format, Citations,

    Organization,

    Transitions (15

    Points)

    Mechanics –

    Grammar,

    Punctuation,

    Spelling (10 Points)

    Subjective personal

    opinions (10 points)

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    ps450a_assignment_8.docx

    ASSIGNMENT 08

    PS450 Industrial Organizational Psychology

    Directions: Be sure to save an electronic copy of your answer before submitting it to Ashworth College for grading. Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English, spelling, and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format. Your response should be four (4) double‐spaced pages; refer to the “Format Requirementsʺ page for specific format requirements. Industrial Psychology Assignment Paper

     

    Part A

     

    1. Describe three (3) criteria used to evaluate performance in your current or past job.

     

    2. Discuss the issues of criterion relevance, criterion contamination, criterion deficiency, and criterion usefulness as they pertain to the performance criteria used in your current or previous work organization. Industrial Psychology Assignment Paper

     

    Part B

     

    1. Describe three (3) differences between extrinsic and intrinsic motivation.

     

    2. Describe one (1) school or work experience when you have experienced each type of motivation.

     

    Part C

     

    Identify and describe two (2) sources of conflict in work organizations. Provide one (1) example for each source of conflict.

     

    Part D

     

    Provide one (1) example of a situation where a relationship-oriented leader would be most effective and one (1) example of a situation where a task-oriented leader would be most effective. Industrial Psychology Assignment Paper

     

    Grading Rubric

     

    Please refer to the rubric on the next page for the grading criteria for this assignment.

     

    CATEGORYExemplarySatisfactoryUnsatisfactoryUnacceptable

    10 points 8 points 5 points 2 points

    Student provides a clear,

    logical description of at least

    3 criteria used to evaluate

    performance in his/her

    current or past job.

    Student provides a mostly

    clear, logical description of 2-

    3 criteria used to evaluate

    performance in his/her

    current or past job.

    Student provides a partially

    clear, logical description of

    1-2 criteria used to evaluate

    performance in his/her

    current or past job.

    Student provides a weak or

    unclear description of 1-2

    criteria used to evaluate

    performance in his/her

    current or past job.

    10 points 8 points 5 points 2 points

    Student provides a clear,

    logical description of all of

    the following in how they

    pertain to the performance

    criteria used in his/her

    current or previous work

    organization: criterion

    relevance, criterion

    contamination, criterion

    deficiency, and criterion

    usefulness.

    Student provides a mostly

    clear, logical description of

    at least 3 of the following in

    how they pertain to the

    performance criteria used in

    his/her current or previous

    work organization: criterion

    relevance, criterion

    contamination, criterion

    deficiency, and criterion

    usefulness.

    Student provides a partially

    clear, logical description of

    at least 2 of the following in

    how they pertain to the

    performance criteria used

    in his/her current or

    previous work organization:

    criterion relevance,

    criterion contamination,

    criterion deficiency, and

    criterion usefulness.

    Student provides a

    partially clear, logical

    description of at least 1 of

    the following in how they

    pertain to the performance

    criteria used in his/her

    current or previous work

    organization: criterion

    relevance, criterion

    contamination, criterion

    deficiency, and criterion

    usefulness.

    15 points 12 points 8 points 5 points

    Student provides a clear,

    logical description of at least

    3 differences between

    intrinsic and extrinsic

    motivation.

    Student provides a mostly

    clear, logical description of

    at least 3 differences

    between intrinsic and

    extrinsic motivation.

    Student provides a partially

    clear, logical description of

    at least 2 differences

    between intrinsic and

    extrinsic motivation.

    Student provides a

    partially clear, logical

    description of at least 1

    difference between

    intrinsic and extrinsic

    motivation.

    10 points 8 points 5 points 2 points

    Student provides a clear,

    logical description of at least

    1 school or work experience

    when she/he has

    experienced intrinsic

    motivation and extrinsic

    motivation.

    Student provides a mostly

    clear, logical description of

    at least 1 school or work

    experience when she/he

    has experienced intrinsic

    motivation and extrinsic

    motivation.

    Student provides a partially

    clear, logical description of

    at least 1 school or work

    experience when she/he

    has experienced intrinsic

    motivation and extrinsic

    motivation.

    Student provides a

    partially clear, logical

    description of at least 1

    school or work experience

    when she/he has

    experienced intrinsic

    motivation or extrinsic

    motivation.

    15 points 12 points 8 points 5 points

    Student provides a clear,

    logical description of at least

    2 sources of conflict in the

    workplace, along with at

    least 1 clear, logical example

    of each source of conflict.

    Student provides a mostly

    clear, logical description of

    at least 2 sources of conflict

    in the workplace, along with

    at least 1 mostly clear,

    logical example of each

    source of conflict.

    Student provides a partially

    clear, logical description of

    at least 2 sources of conflict

    in the workplace, along

    with at least 1 partially

    clear, logical example of

    each source of conflict.

    Student provides a

    partially clear, logical

    description of at least 1

    source of conflict in the

    workplace, along with at

    least 1 partially clear,

    logical example.

    15 points 12 points 8 points 5 points

    Student provides a clear,

    logical description of at least

    1 example of a situation

    where a relationship-

    oriented leader would be

    most effective and 1

    example of a situation where

    a task-oriented leader would

    be most effective.

    Student provides a mostly

    clear, logical description of

    at least 1 example of a

    situation where a

    relationship-oriented leader

    would be most effective and

    1 example of a situation

    where a task-oriented

    leader would be most

    effective.

    Student provides a partially

    clear, logical description of

    at least 1 example of a

    situation where a

    relationship-oriented

    leader would be most

    effective and 1 example of

    a situation where a task-

    oriented leader would be

    most effective.

    Student provides a

    partially clear, logical

    description of at least 1

    example of a situation

    where a relationship-

    oriented leader would be

    most effective or 1

    example of a situation

    where a task-oriented

    leader would be most

    effective.

    Performance

    evaluation criteria

    (10 points)

    Intrinsic vs. extrinsic

    motivation (15

    points)

    Experiences (10

    points)

    Performance criteria

    issues (10 points)

    Relationship-

    oriented leader vs

    task-oriented leader

    (15 points)

    Sources of conflict

    (15 points)

    10 points 8 points 5 points 2 points

    Student makes no errors in

    grammar or spelling that

    distract the reader from the

    content.

    Student makes 1-2 errors in

    grammar or spelling that

    distract the reader from the

    content.

    Student makes 3-4 errors in

    grammar or spelling that

    distract the reader from the

    content.

    Student makes more than

    4 errors in grammar or

    spelling that distract the

    reader from the content.

    15 points 12 points 8 points 5 points

    The paper is written in

    proper format. All sources

    used for quotes and facts are

    credible and cited correctly.

    Excellent organization,

    including a variety of

    thoughtful transitions.

    The paper is written in

    proper format with only 1-2

    errors. All sources used for

    quotes and facts are credible

    and most are cited correctly.

    Adequate organization

    includes a variety of

    appropriate transitions.

    The paper is written in

    proper format with only 3-5

    errors. Most sources used

    for quotes and facts are

    credible and cited correctly.

    Essay is poorly organized,

    but may include a few

    effective transitions.

    The paper is not written in

    proper format. Many

    sources used for quotes

    and facts are less than

    credible (suspect) and/or

    are not cited correctly.

    Essay is disorganized and

    does not include effective

    transitions.

    Format – APA

    Format, Citations,

    Organization,

    Transitions (15

    Points)

    Mechanics –

    Grammar,

    Punctuation,

    Spelling (10 Points)

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