University of Liege | Version française
Academic year 2014-2015Value date : 23/10/2014
PSYC0022-1  Work Psychology

Duration :  30h Th
Number of credits :  
Bachelor in Human and Social Sciences, 2nd year3
One-year preliminary programme leading to the Master in Management of Human Resources3
One-year preliminary programme leading to the Master in Labour Sciences3
Bachelier en sciences psychologie et de l'éducation, orientation générale3
Bachelor in Psychology and Education, 2nd year3
One-year preliminary programme leading to the Master in Psychological Sciences3
One-year preliminary programme leading to the Master in Psychological Sciences4
Lecturer :  Isabelle Hansez
Language(s) of instruction :  
French language
Organisation and examination :  
Teaching in the second semester
Course contents :  
Introduction to work psychology with basic concepts, methods and some actual research topics. Among them : motivation, competence, selection & recruitment, work conditions, flexibility and new technologies impact on work, stress at work and age management.
Learning outcomes of the course :  
Bring the students to develop a scientific process in the study of the relations between man and work.

Introduce the fields of practices of Human Resource Development and Ergonomics
Prerequisites and co-requisites/ Recommended optional programme components :  
1st bachelor courses
Planned learning activities and teaching methods :  
Mode of delivery (face-to-face ; distance-learning) :  
Recommended or required readings :  
Syllabus of Work Psychology


Advised reading :

Anderson, N., Ones, D.S., & Kepir Sinangil, H. (2001). Hanbook of Industrial, Work and Organizational Psychology. London : Sage.
Assessment methods and criteria :  
Written exam with multi-choice questions
Same process for 1st and 2nd session
Work placement(s) :  
Organizational remarks :  
Contacts :  
LOTHE Benoit

Benoit.Lothe@ulg.ac.be

+32(0)4.366.22.36



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