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Disciplina - Listagem de Ementa/Programa
Disciplina: 324710 - Comportamento Organizacional
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Órgão: PST - Departamento de Psicologia Social e do Trabalho
Código: 324710
Denominação: Comportamento Organizacional
Nível: Mestrado
Vigência: 1971/2
Pré-req: Disciplina sem pré-requisitos
Ementa:

Introdução à pesquisa em comportamento organizacional. O campo e as definições de comportamento organizacional. Os focos no indivíduo, no

grupo e na organização. As tradições de pesquisa. Teorias de comportamento organizacional "micro" e "macro". Variáveis típicas do campo

"micro" do comportamento organizacional: motivação, aprendizagem, atitudes no trabalho, absenteísmo, rotatividade, criatividade e justiça no

trabalho. A controvérsia "Indivíduo vs. Contexto" e o foco nas interações. Cognição e afeto nas organizações. Pesquisa contemporânea nacional

e internacional em comportamento organizacional.

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