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Steffy, Douglas W. Bray. p. cm. ISBN 0-669-15838-0 (alk. paper) 1. Personnel management-Psychological aspects. 2. Psychology, Industrial. I. Jones, John W. (John Walter), 1953- II. Steffy, Brian D. III. Bray, Douglas Weston. 3'001'9-dc2086-46357 CIP Page v CONTENTS Contributors ix Foreword Benjamin Schneider and Arthur P. Brief xiii Preface xv I. Foundations of Applied Psychology 1 1. Applied Psychology in Business: A Multilevel Overview Benjamin Schneider 3 2. Psychological Research in Business Douglas W.
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Thus, females can be a member of a group called females, the group called whites, the group called mothers, the group called daughters, and the group called managers. Any one woman may simultaneously belong to all of those groups, and others may interact with her as if she had all of the stereotypical attributes of all of the members of all of those groups. Researchers like Clayton Alderfer (1987) show, for example, that black women managers are behaved to differently from white women or white male managers.