A Pilot survey of the attitudes towards industrial psychology of managers, personal officers and management consultants in New Zealand
Place, H. I. (1971). A Pilot survey of the attitudes towards industrial psychology of managers, personal officers and management consultants in New Zealand (Thesis, Bachelor of Philosophy). University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10289/10227
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The application of psychological principles and techniques to the work situation has been well documented (Dunnette & Kirchner (1965), Tiffin & McCormack (1966), Blum & Naylor (1968), Kolasa (1969), Korman (1971). There are however few studies which provide some understanding of attitudes towards industrial psychology and these are limited to the United States. (Feinperg & Lefkowitz (1962), Thornton (1969). In spite of the increasing number of management consultant firms in this country there is little information about the application of psychological principles to the New Zealand industrial scene. In order to gain some understanding of the current status and scope of industrial psychology, it was decided to investigate the attitudes of personnel officers, managers and management consultants.
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