Psychological Perspectives on Occupational Health and Rehabilitation
Edited by Beryl Hesketh and Austin Adams
Harcourt, 1991 [First Edition], ISBN 0729520234, hardcover, dust-jacket
Very Good Condition, minor edge and shelf wear, pages edges beginning to age tone, very light musty fragrance, dust-jacket shows a little edge and shelf wear with a little rubbing to edges and corners, small chips (see photographs)
"Occupational health and rehabilitation is a growing industry with Government agencies, insurance companies and other funding bodies becoming aware of the economic and social benefits of safe and healthy work environments, a rapid return to work after accidents and the re-integration of people with developmental and psychological disability into a community. Although the field involves several different professional groups, all draw on psychological principles and practices. This book brings together theory, research and practical ideas from several different areas of psychology, all of which are relevant to occupational health and rehabilitation."