C. W. HEATH; W. L. WOODS; L. BROUHA; C. C. SELTZER; A. V. BOCK
For the past four years the Grant Study of the Hygiene Department at Harvard has been engaged in investigations concerning healthy, normal young men. In these investigations the technic of the fields of medicine, anthropology, physiology, social studies, psychology and psychiatry were employed, and the procedure by which the different technics were all applied to the same young men was essentially coöperative. Detailed information of wide scope was obtained on about 270 young college men who were unselected save for health and "normality." A simple system of classifying personality traits of normal persons was developed by which, to a certain
HEATH CW, WOODS WL, BROUHA L, SELTZER CC, BOCK AV. PERSONNEL SELECTION: A SHORT METHOD FOR SELECTION OF COMBAT OFFICERS1. Ann Intern Med. 1943;19:415–426. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-19-3-415
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