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First published 1994.
The aim of this volume is to record an important period in the history of British occupational psychology from the point of view of those who experienced at first hand the changing parameters of the subject over the last 50 years. The authors have chronicled the period in terms both of documentary material and of how they and others perceived and responded to the developpments described.
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Part 1: The First 30 Years: A personalised chronicle and commentary
Chapter 1: The war years
Chapter 2: Psychology in the service of government
Chapter 3: Post-war research and applications in industry
Chapter 4: Personal reflections and recollections
Part 2: The Recent Years
Chapter 5: The changing nature of occupational psychology
Chapter 6: Developments in academic and professional practice