SCIENTIFIC PERSONNEL, A BIBLIOGRAPHY
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The bibliography includes significant literature on the subject of scientific personnel published during the period 1930 and 1948 inclusive. It is intended to provide a practical working bibliography for the use of personnel officers, administrators of research, and others interested in the subject matter. The term scientific personnel has been taken to include the members of those professions making creative use of scientific principles briefly and broadly, scientists and engineers. It has not been taken to include technicians, sub-professionals, or those engaged in the healing arts, such as medicine. The material is concerned chiefly with such subjects as the education, training, and employment of the scientist or engineer, his characteristics and relations to society, personnel administration, and employer-employee relations.