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:The basic premise of [[applied psychology]] is the use of [[psychology|psychological]] principles and theories to overcome practical problems in other fields, such as [[business management]], [[product design]], [[ergonomics]], [[nutrition]], [[law]] and [[clinical medicine]]. Applied psychology includes the areas of industrial/organizational psychology, [[human factors]], [[forensic psychology]], as well as many other areas.
 
:The basic premise of [[applied psychology]] is the use of [[psychology|psychological]] principles and theories to overcome practical problems in other fields, such as [[business management]], [[product design]], [[ergonomics]], [[nutrition]], [[law]] and [[clinical medicine]]. Applied psychology includes the areas of industrial/organizational psychology, [[human factors]], [[forensic psychology]], as well as many other areas.
   
:'''Industrial and organizational'''
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::'''Industrial and organizational'''
[[Industrial and organizational psychology]] focuses to varying degrees on the psychology of the workforce, customer, and consumer, including issues such as the psychology of recruitment, selecting employees from an applicant pool which overall includes training, performance appraisal, job satisfaction, [[work behavior]], [[stress (medicine)|stress]] at work and [[management]].
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:::[[Industrial and organizational psychology]] focuses to varying degrees on the psychology of the workforce, customer, and consumer, including issues such as the psychology of recruitment, selecting employees from an applicant pool which overall includes training, performance appraisal, job satisfaction, [[work behavior]], [[stress (medicine)|stress]] at work and [[management]].
   
:'''Forensic psychology and legal psychology'''
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::'''Forensic psychology and legal psychology'''
[[Forensic psychology]] and [[legal psychology]] are the area concerned with the application of psychological methods and principles to legal questions and issues. Most typically, forensic psychology this involves a clinical analysis of a particular individual and an assessment of some specific psycho-legal question. Legal psychology refers to any application of psychological principles, methods or understanding to legal questions or issues. In addition to the applied practices, legal psychology also includes academic or empirical research on topics involving the relationship of law to human mental processes and behavior.
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:::[[Forensic psychology]] and [[legal psychology]] are the area concerned with the application of psychological methods and principles to legal questions and issues. Most typically, forensic psychology this involves a clinical analysis of a particular individual and an assessment of some specific psycho-legal question. Legal psychology refers to any application of psychological principles, methods or understanding to legal questions or issues. In addition to the applied practices, legal psychology also includes academic or empirical research on topics involving the relationship of law to human mental processes and behavior.
   
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::'''Human factors'''
[[Human factors]] is the study of how cognitive and psychological processes affect our interaction with tools and objects in the environment. The goal of research in human factors is to understand the limitations and biases of human mental processes and behaviors.
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:::[[Human factors]] is the study of how cognitive and psychological processes affect our interaction with tools and objects in the environment. The goal of research in human factors is to understand the limitations and biases of human mental processes and behaviors.
   
 
==Further details==
 
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==Full texts available online==
 
==Full texts available online==
 
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===Volume # (year)===
 
 
 
[[Category: Applied psychology journals]]
 
[[Category: Applied psychology journals]]
 
[[Category: Journals]]
 
[[Category: Journals]]

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The basic premise of applied psychology is the use of psychological principles and theories to overcome practical problems in other fields, such as business management, product design, ergonomics, nutrition, law and clinical medicine. Applied psychology includes the areas of industrial/organizational psychology, human factors, forensic psychology, as well as many other areas.
Industrial and organizational
Industrial and organizational psychology focuses to varying degrees on the psychology of the workforce, customer, and consumer, including issues such as the psychology of recruitment, selecting employees from an applicant pool which overall includes training, performance appraisal, job satisfaction, work behavior, stress at work and management.
Forensic psychology and legal psychology
Forensic psychology and legal psychology are the area concerned with the application of psychological methods and principles to legal questions and issues. Most typically, forensic psychology this involves a clinical analysis of a particular individual and an assessment of some specific psycho-legal question. Legal psychology refers to any application of psychological principles, methods or understanding to legal questions or issues. In addition to the applied practices, legal psychology also includes academic or empirical research on topics involving the relationship of law to human mental processes and behavior.
Human factors
Human factors is the study of how cognitive and psychological processes affect our interaction with tools and objects in the environment. The goal of research in human factors is to understand the limitations and biases of human mental processes and behaviors.

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