industrial psychology definition

  • noun:
    • The branch of applied therapy that's concerned with efficient handling of a commercial labor pool and particularly with dilemmas experienced by workers in a mechanized environment.
    • any one of a few limbs of psychology that request to make use of emotional maxims to useful issues of knowledge or industry or advertising and marketing an such like.

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