Browsing Department of Industrial Psychology and People Management by Author "Raubenheimer, I. van W."

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  • Raubenheimer, I. van W. (Perspectives on Industrial Psychology: Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Directives for the development of a 4-dimensional theory of human behaviour are formulated and discussed. The 3 spatial dimensions length, height and depth, and time are used as points of departure from which psychic ...
  • Zietsman, S.H.; Raubenheimer, I. van W. (Perspectives on Industrial Psychology: Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The premise is made that semantic ambiguity, which is manifested in measuring instruments, could lead to controversial and divergent research results often reported in studies on work motivation. Researchers, the literature ...
  • Raubenheimer, I. van W. (Perspectives on Industrial Psychology: Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Contributions made by South African universities over decades to the training of personnel practitioners are reviewed and the status of Industrial Psychology as a profession is discussed. A few misconceptions about ethical ...
  • Raubenheimer, I. van W. (Perspectives on Industrial Psychology: Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Personnel selection is carried out by the personnel psychologist/ personnel practitioner responsible for the supply of human resources. Selection models and -technology have been refined to a high degree and are scientifically ...
  • Raubenheimer, I. van W.; Visser, J.H. (Perspectives on Industrial Psychology: Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The relationship between two of the dimensions of the 4-D theory (Raubenheimer, 1978), namely the time dimension (Augustyn, 1978) and the depth dimension (De Jager, 1979) has been investigated. The hypothesis that there ...
  • Sakinofsky, I.G.; Raubenheimer, I. van W. (Perspectives on Industrial Psychology: Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The Assessment Centre is a process involving a number of participants who take part in a series of individual and group exercises administered by a specialist, while being observed by several specially trained impartial ...

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