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Welcome to the Industrial and Organizational Psychology Library Research Guide!
This guide is designed as a jumping-off point for your research in the field of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. The purpose is not to be provide an exhaustive list of all related resources, but rather, to cover key resources in the library.
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