INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE: I. THE RESEARCH PLAN AND QUESTIONNAIRE DEVELOPMENT

INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE: I. THE RESEARCH PLAN AND QUESTIONNAIRE... Prologue The follvwing discussion was given as a n invited address for a Division 14 program at the 1967 annual meeting of the American r Psychological Association. The introductory dialogue o discussion was designed to represent two opposing orientations often taken by industrial psychologists; the discussion of these two orientations represents the discourse which led to our research design, winner of the 1966 James McKeen Cattell Award. Since the introductory dialogue was designed to represent two independent v k w s typically taken by industrial psychologists, any portion taken out of context could result in a representation contrary to our actual opinions. The purpose of these introductory remarks should become clear after a reading of the entire introduction. Introductory Dialogue Bartlett: The study of individual differences, introduced into psychology over 80 years ago by James McKeen Cattell, has been the base on which industrial psychology has developed. While it may be possible to change the behavior of workers to make them more efficient, 'The computer time for this project was supported in full through the facilities of the Computer Science Center of the University of Maryland. This research was supported in part by the Life Insurance Agency Management http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Personnel Psychology Wiley

INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE: I. THE RESEARCH PLAN AND QUESTIONNAIRE DEVELOPMENT

Personnel Psychology, Volume 21 (3) – Sep 1, 1968

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Wiley
Copyright
Copyright © 1968 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
ISSN
0031-5826
eISSN
1744-6570
DOI
10.1111/j.1744-6570.1968.tb02033.x
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Abstract

Prologue The follvwing discussion was given as a n invited address for a Division 14 program at the 1967 annual meeting of the American r Psychological Association. The introductory dialogue o discussion was designed to represent two opposing orientations often taken by industrial psychologists; the discussion of these two orientations represents the discourse which led to our research design, winner of the 1966 James McKeen Cattell Award. Since the introductory dialogue was designed to represent two independent v k w s typically taken by industrial psychologists, any portion taken out of context could result in a representation contrary to our actual opinions. The purpose of these introductory remarks should become clear after a reading of the entire introduction. Introductory Dialogue Bartlett: The study of individual differences, introduced into psychology over 80 years ago by James McKeen Cattell, has been the base on which industrial psychology has developed. While it may be possible to change the behavior of workers to make them more efficient, 'The computer time for this project was supported in full through the facilities of the Computer Science Center of the University of Maryland. This research was supported in part by the Life Insurance Agency Management

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Personnel PsychologyWiley

Published: Sep 1, 1968

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