Organizational Psychology is a specialized field within Psychology that attempts to understand and explain human behavior in organizational settings. Often referred to as I/O Psychology (Industrial and Organizational) this course will introduce the methods, practices, theories, and research of Organizational Psychology, which includes the social and psychological aspects of people in the workplace. Organizational processes are the focus of this course and are comprised of individual attitudes, behaviors, emotions, health, leadership, motivation, productivity, and well-being. As well as group dynamics and organizational communication, structures, and culture. A real-world application of empirical research of people in organizations will be addressed.