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Computational Modeling for Industrial-Organizational Psychologists, Paperback / softback Book

Computational Modeling for Industrial-Organizational Psychologists Paperback / softback

Edited by Jeffrey B. Vancouver, Mo Wang, Justin M. Weinhardt

Part of the SIOP Organizational Frontiers Series series

Paperback / softback


This collection provides a straightforward primer to the process and promise of computational modeling for industrial-organizational psychologists. Computational models offer I-O psychologists a more transparent, precise way to represent theories, and may be simulated, which provides a test of the internal consistency of a theory and allows for predictions. A timely volume as enthusiasm for computational modeling is growing and this volume provides a set of examples and chapters devoted to the steps in producing and testing models. Chapters are designed for a range of readership levels, and also address modeling for novices, fitting models to data, how to validate models using experiments, and how computational modeling may facilitate integration across disciplines.


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