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245 _aOrganizational behavior 5: from unconscious motivation to role-motivated leadership
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260 _aNew York
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300 _axvii, 492 p.
365 _bUSD 99.95
520 _aThis volume makes available in one place the large body of research that has been developed over the years on role motivation theory. Author Jack Miner has always been concerned with unconscious factors in human experience, and this work is designed to give proper emphasis to their role in organizational behavior. Part I reviews the current status of projective techniques and the recent work that has been done on unconscious motivation. Part II covers Miner's significant research in the field, from his early work at the Atlantic Refining Company to his career-long leadership studies of Princeton University graduates. The chapters in Part III involve psychometric data analysis, meta-analysis, and factor analysis. Source: M E Sharp
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