Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. William Jaynes
Since the beginning of time, men have been trying to degrease the cost of production by increasing the output of the individual. Slavery, paternalism, motivation, and psychological tests are just a few of the methods devised to increase the output of the work group. Many kinds of knowlege have been brought to bear on this problem. Studies, explanations, and proposed solutions have come from such varied disciplines as philosophy, economics, religion, sociology, and psychology. Neither individually nor collectively have there contributions provided any final solution for the proglem of decreasing the cost of production by increasing the output of the individual.
Edwards, Craig B., "Psychological tests in the selection of hair accessory carders" (1965). Student Work. 1233.