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OP Matters No 20 September 2013

OP Matters No 20 September 2013

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Special issue: Conference special

The newsletter, part of the Division of Occupational Psychology's Member Engagement Campaign, is a source of information about the Division, forthcoming events, and a forum for the sharing of best practice.




Robert Goate

Letter from the Chair: It's time to redefine our profession
Almuth McDowall

Volunteering within the DOP
Darryl Howes

Employment: The double-edged sword
Herjoyt Ubhi

Attending EAWOP 2013
Helen Baron

Asperger's syndrome in the workplace: Meeting the challenges
Janine Robinson, David Ruthenberg & Lopa Vibhakar

Head and neck cancer patients' return-to-work experience following facial change as a result of surgery: An interpretative phenomenological analysis
Deborah Owen

Pro bono work: A perspective from the grassroots
Frederic Stansfield

Neuro-linguistic programming. Still top of the pops after 40 years
Bruce Grimley

How can occupational psychology help society today? Reviewing an NPDWG panel session
Roxane L. Gervais

Flower-powered to a vision of love 1967 or 2013 doubts
Christopher Ridgeway

New Voices, introduced by Laura Neale

  1. Tweeting, tagging and friend requests at work: The business case for social media adoption
    Sam Farley
  2. Career success of males in female-dominated occupations
    Kazia Solowiej

Who cares?
Geoff Trickey


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