Morris S. Viteles papers, 1921-1980. (Archival material, 1921) [WorldCat.org]
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Morris S. Viteles papers, 1921-1980.

Author: Morris S Viteles
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Morris S. Viteles papers consist mainly of testing materials, military reports, lecture notes, and correspondence. There is considerable correspondence regarding professional organizations such as The International Association of Applied Psychology, the International Psycho-Technical Association, the Institute of Humanistic Studies for Executives, and the American Personnel and Guidance Association. There is  Read more...
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Named Person: Morris S Viteles; R Bonnardel; Stanley E Seashore; B F Skinner; William Rex Crawford; Donald E Super; Heinz Ludwig Ansbacher; Seymour Feshbach; Marvin D Dunnette; Read D Tuddenham; Virginia Zachert; Heinz Ludwig Ansbacher; R Bonnardel; William Rex Crawford; Marvin D Dunnette; Seymour Feshbach; Stanley E Seashore; B F Skinner; Donald E Super; Morris S Viteles
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Morris S Viteles
OCLC Number: 57665108
Language Note: Text in English.
Description: 36.5 linear feet.

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The Morris S. Viteles papers consist mainly of testing materials, military reports, lecture notes, and correspondence. There is considerable correspondence regarding professional organizations such as The International Association of Applied Psychology, the International Psycho-Technical Association, the Institute of Humanistic Studies for Executives, and the American Personnel and Guidance Association. There is correspondence regarding Viteles' work with corporate entities such as the Philadelphia Electric Company and the Yellow Cab Company, among others. Among the topics discussed in the correspondence are managerial attitudes and behavior, human relations in industry, Viteles' book projects, and the psychological aspects of automation.

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