| Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice
Meeting the Challenges of a Person-Centric Work Psychology
In this article, the authors discuss person-centric work psychology, a paradigm developed by H. M. Weiss and D. E. Rupp regarding daily work life psychology. They cited three challenges of the paradigm such as the collection, and analysis of data, the certainty of the quality of data sources, and the use of individual introspection to build a psychological science. They add that people's responses in daily life deals with emotions, perceptions and motivation.
Motivation and Incentives;