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DATE

1948-06

AUTHORS

T. H. HAWKINS

ABSTRACT

THE appearance of a second edition of this work some twenty-six years after the original is a tribute to the work of a pioneer. During the First World War experimental psychologists made one or two attempts to show how science could appreciably add to the productivity of industry. By the time of the Second World War the more up-to-date industrialists had realized that the nineteenth-century stress on material and monetary factors in industry had been greatly overdone and that efficiency could only be approached when as much attention was paid to the human factor. Prof. Drever‘s book is a. record of the work done by himself and other investigators between the two wars. While it pays little attention to developments in industrial relations since that time, it is still a worthy guide for all who are seeking to provide optimum satisfaction to workers in industry and, concurrently, to raise the overall level of industry‘s productive capacity. More... »

PAGES

955

Journal

TITLE

Nature

ISSUE

4103

VOLUME

161

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/161955e0

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