Define and explain basic Industrial/Organizational Psychology terms and concepts

So, it will be the final project 7-3 final project which is at the bottom of this with instructions and also with the uploaded file., This is working off the last milestone you did for me.

PSY 258: Final Project Guidelines and Rubric
The final project for this course is the creation of a Final Paper on a topic of your choice. The final product represents an authentic
demonstration competency, because it allows you to reflect on what you learned in this course and apply it to your life and future career.
The project is divided into three milestones, which will be submitted at various points throughout the course to scaffold learning and ensure
quality final submissions. These milestones will be submitted in Modules Two, Five, and Seven.
To successfully complete this project, you will be expected to apply what you have learned in this course and should include several of
the following course objectives:
1. Define and explain basic Industrial/Organizational Psychology terms and concepts
2. Demonstrate knowledge and application of major concepts and theoretical perspectives as well as historical and future trends in
I/O Psychology
3. Apply an understanding of ethical codes of behavior as they relate to the field of I/OPsychology
4. Demonstrate an understanding of research methodology as it relates to I/O Psychology
5. Use critical and creative thinking as well as skeptical inquiry to address issues related to the field of I/OPsychology
6. Demonstrate critical thinking skills through detection of correct and faulty applications of I/O psychological principles and theories.
Main Elements
Possible topics to choose from include the following:
• Motivation
• Leadership
• Training and Development
• Diversity
• Selection
• Ethics
• Research Methods
You may also propose your own topic, which will have to be approved by your instructor. You must include the following parts (in this order)
in your Final Paper:
1. Background/situation of your selected topic
2. Key subtopics
3. Method of research
4. Findings/results
5. Discussion (including your views, opinions, andobservations)
6. Closing comments**
7. References
**Also make sure to answer the following questions in the closing comments of your paper:
• What did you learn from yourresearch?
• How does this new knowledge change your perceptions of Industrial/OrganizationalPsychology?
• How can you use what you have learned in your personal life and/or work life?
Milestone One: Topic Selection
2-3 Final Project: Submit Milestone One, you will submit your selected topic for your Final Paper. Your submission should also include a brief
explanation of why you selected this topic. This is a non-graded activity but your instructor will provide formative feedback.
Milestone Two: Outline
5-4 Final Project: Submit Milestone Two, you will submit an outline of your progress on your Final Paper. List each part of the paper (see
Main Elements section of this document) and briefly describe any information you have gathered and/or questions that you have. This is a
non-graded activity but your instructor will provide formative feedback.
Milestone Three: Completed Final Paper
******7-3 Final Project: Submit, you will submit your completed Final Paper. It should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the main
elements of the final product. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course. This milestone will be graded
using the Final Product Rubric.

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