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An Introduction to Vocational Psychology

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An Introduction to Vocational Psychology
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Publisher: vocationalpsychology.com

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This textbook provides the student with an introduction to vocational psychology, the study of the psychological aspects of work-related behavior and experience. The textbook uses an hierarchical organization of topics; you can either read it start to finish, or drill-down to particular topics in which you are interested.

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