During my 45-year professional career as a psychology professor, adviser, mentor, faculty leader, administrator, author, consultant, and social service agency volunteer (and most recently as a late-blooming musician), I have amassed a core of educational resources, articles, demonstrations, and teaching materials related to psychology that I find highly valuable and wish to share.
This website is my depository of those collected materials, now easily accessible for my students, colleagues, clients, associates, and anyone interested in understanding and applying psychology–notably social, industrial/organizational, and cognitive psychology, and group dynamics–to everyday life. I have also included materials from projects that I have recently completed and am currently working on.
New materials I discover are added almost daily. Most notably, my regular postings on Twitter are listed here as is the link to my Pinterest site where I catalog interesting and provocative graphic materials related to psychology. I invite you to follow Psychology-at-Work on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.
I will be updating, revising, and adding resources regularly to this website–so please check back frequently to see what is new. I am grateful for the suggestions and feedback I receive from students, associates, and visitors, and will try to continually improve this site.
I hope you will find material here useful for a psychology course you might be taking or in your personal and professional growth and development. If so, please leave a comment and suggestions for additional content.
Henry O. Patterson, Ph.D.
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