What the Behavioral Sciences Have to Offer

Chapter

Abstract

The objective of this chapter is to motivate further study of this subject. For a person educated in engineering or the natural sciences, this can serve as a rewarding introduction into the behavioral sciences because of its immediate relevance to the work environment.

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