Social-Organizational Psychology
The Social-Organizational Psychology program is concerned with the various contexts (interpersonal, group, inter-group, and inter-organizational) in which human behavior occurs; the ways in which groups of individuals interact and influence these contexts; and how these interactions can be understood, studied, and modified through theory, research, and various types of interventions.

The programs provide advanced training in the concepts, research methods, and applications of social-organizational psychology. They are designed to prepare students to engage in research, consultation, and teaching in educational, business, governmental, and community organizations. Emphasis is placed on the acquisition of basic concepts and methods applicable to diverse institutional and organizational contexts.

Courses in these programs are supplemented by other programs and departments at Teachers College and Columbia University. With the help of a faculty advisor, students select courses in their area of specialization, with consideration given to their academic backgrounds, work experiences, and career objectives.
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[thumbnail] Scenarios of Change : Advocacy and the Diffusion of Job Redesign in Organizations
by D. Whitsett & L. Yorks (1989)
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[thumbnail] Dismissal: There Is No Easy Way, But There Is a Better Way
by W. Morin & L. Yorks (1992)
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[thumbnail] Maternal-Child Health Policy : A Nursing Perspective
by R. Wieczorek & J. Natapoff (circa 2005)
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[thumbnail] An Ethnographic Case Study of a Mixed Gender Work Group of Health Care Administrators
by V. Rudan (1999)
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[thumbnail] Rethinking School Choice: Limits of the Market Metaphor
by J. Henig (1995)
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[thumbnail] The Psychotherapy of Carl Rogers: Cases and Commentary
by B. Farber & P. Raskin (1996)
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[thumbnail] Vocational Counseling : A Guide for the Practitioner
by P. Raskin (1987)
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[thumbnail] Ageing and Reminiscence Processes : Social and Clinical Implications
by P. Coleman (1986)
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by L. LaRocque & P. Coleman (circa 2005)
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[thumbnail] Trends and Issues in OD: Current theory and Practice
by L. Goodstein & W. Burke (circa 1980)
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[thumbnail] Organization Development: Principles and Practices
by K. Kanyakn, Y. Yaku & W. Burke (circa 1982)
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