Psychology and Industrial Efficiency and Social Sanity

Hugo Münsterberg (Editor)

Series: Psychology Research Progress
BISAC: PSY021000

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Special issue: Resilience in breaking the cycle of children’s environmental health disparities
Edited by I Leslie Rubin, Robert J Geller, Abby Mutic, Benjamin A Gitterman, Nathan Mutic, Wayne Garfinkel, Claire D Coles, Kurt Martinuzzi, and Joav Merrick

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Psychology and Industrial Efficiency and Social Sanity contains a compilation of 2 books by Hugo Münsterberg, a German-American psychologist. Book 1, Psychology and Industrial Efficiency, addresses many different topics that are very important in the field of industrial psychology. This book is split into three parts, each dedicated to an aspect of industrial psychology: finding the right employee for the job, procuring the best performance of the job, and obtaining the most effective end result. Book 2, Psychology and Social Sanity, discusses how brain patterns can differ in social situations and how people think differently.

Preface
Book 1. Psychology and Industrial Efficiency
Section. INTRODUCTION
Chapter I. APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
Chapter II. THE DEMANDS OF PRACTICAL LIFE
Chapter III. MEANS AND ENDS
Section I. THE BEST POSSIBLE MAN
Chapter IV. VOCATION AND FITNESS
Chapter V. SCIENTIFIC VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE
Chapter VI. SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT
Chapter VII. THE METHODS OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
Chapter VIII. EXPERIMENTS IN THE INTEREST OF ELECTRIC RAILWAY SERVICE
Chapter IX. EXPERIMENTS IN THE INTEREST OF SHIP SERVICE
Chapter X. EXPERIMENTS IN THE INTEREST OF TELEPHONE SERVICE
Chapter XI. CONTRIBUTIONS FROM MEN OF AFFAIRS
Chapter XII. INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS
Section II. THE BEST POSSIBLE WORK
Chapter XIII. LEARNING AND TRAINING
Chapter XIV. THE ADJUSTMENT OF TECHNICAL TO PSYCHICAL CONDITIONS
Chapter XV. THE ECONOMY OF MOVEMENT
Chapter XVI. EXPERIMENTS ON THE PROBLEM OF MONOTONY
Chapter XVII. ATTENTION AND FATIGUE
Chapter XVIII. PHYSICAL AND SOCIAL INFLUENCES ON THE WORKING POWER
Section III. THE BEST POSSIBLE EFFECT
Chapter XIX. THE SATISFACTION OF ECONOMIC DEMANDS
Chapter XX. EXPERIMENTS ON THE EFFECTS OF ADVERTISEMENTS
Chapter XXI. THE EFFECT OF DISPLAY
Chapter XXII. EXPERIMENTS WITH REFERENCE TO ILLEGAL IMITATION
Chapter XXIII. BUYING AND SELLING
Chapter XXIV. THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF ECONOMIC PSYCHOLOGY

Book 2. Psychology and Social Sanity
Preface
I. Sex Education
II. Socialism
III. The Intellectual Underworld
IV. Thought Transference
V. The Mind of the Juryman
VI. Efficiency on the Farm
VII. Social Sins in Advertising
VIII. The Mind of the Investor
IX. Society and the Dance
X. Naïve Psychology
Index

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