The Psychology of Vocational Choice: A Theory of Personality Types and Model Environments
Blaisdell Publishing Company, 1966 - 132 pagine
A new theory of vocational behavior. Integrates the burgeoning literature in the field and outlines practical applications of our current knowledge. Examines personality types and environmental models from a fresh point of view, and avoids the truisms and clichés that have hither to marred contributions to the subject. Intended for students and professional audiences and as a help to the intelligent reader. --Back cover.
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