For this assignment you are to create a 20-slide PowerPoint not including title and reference slides on operant conditioning. The PowerPoint must include the following:
Ø Background information on the occupational stress process.
Ø Statistics and facts that illustrate the impact and importance of occupational stress in the workplace.
Ø A description of common job stressors.
Ø A description of an actual work setting of your choice and a description of the types of job stressors that you would likely find in that setting.
§ You should choose a setting in which there would be at least three job stressors to describe.
§ Explain ways in which an I/O psychologist could intervene to reduce the effects of these job stressors (i.e., what an I/O psychologist would change, such as work schedules, to reduce the job stressors).
§ Please be creative and use speaker notes
You are required to follow the APA guidelines and use at least four references including your textbook
Spector, P. E. (2012). Industrial and organizational psychology: Research and practice (6th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley
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