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Educating Industrial–Organizational Psychologists for Science and Practice: A Canadian Perspective

  • R. Blake Jelley (a1), Silvia Bonaccio (a2) and François Chiocchio (a2)

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E-mail: bjelley@upei.ca, Address: School of Business, University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PE, Canada C1A 4P3

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  • R. Blake Jelley (a1), Silvia Bonaccio (a2) and François Chiocchio (a2)

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