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by Bernice T. Ediuson,Linda Beckman

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  • ISBN 0871542307
  • ISBN13 978-0871542304
  • Language English
  • Author Bernice T. Ediuson,Linda Beckman
  • Publisher Russell Sage Foundation (September 28, 1973)
  • Pages 751
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  • Subcategory Social Sciences
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How can we identify the young men and women who, as social and behavioral scientists of tomorrow, will do the needed research to resolve our burgeoning social problems? How can the most promising be attracted to an investigatory career? How can they become identified with the behaviors, attitudes and values that persons in science share? A provocative body of literature about the psychology of the scientist and his career emerged in the post-Sputnik era. Drs. Eiduson and Beckman bring together more than seventy of the most significant and representative studies. These range over childhood and family influences, academic experiences, motivations, interests, and intellectual and personality strengths that have been examined as precursors for choosing science as adult work. The psychological mechanisms involved in socializing a young person toward a scientific career are suggested in readings from the outstanding theoreticians in the field. Selections on scientific career lines, decisions and options at various stages of work, and factors influencing goals and career development contribute to the understanding of the psychological life of the highly endowed and well-functioning professional adult. Through showing the certain completeness of effort of what has been learned about the psychology of scientists to date, the authors anticipate a resurgence of interest in the creative individual, a renewed enthusiasm for application, and a refocusing of research on the issues unique to the social and behavioral research scientist.

Eiduson, Bernice . 1921-1985, compiler. New York, Russell Sage Foundation.

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Science as a Carreer Choice book. Published September 28th 1973 by Russell Sage Foundation Publications. Science as a Carreer Choice: Theoretical and Empirical Studies.

Russell Sage Foundation, 28 сент. BERNICE T. EIDUSON is associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine. LINDA BECKMAN is adjunct assistant professor in the same department.

Published by: Russell Sage Foundation. If the last two decades were the decades of the physical sciences, the next two will be the decades of social and behavioral sciences. It is generally agreed that current social problems loom so large, and impinge so ponderously on the lives of all of us, that only massive and concerted efforts to understand and eradicate the problems will make tomorrow’s world a viable one.

Science as a Carreer Choice: Theoretical and Empirical Studies. Published by: Russell Sage Foundation. Eiduson and Beckman bring together more than seventy of the most significant and representative studies. Ediuson, Linda Beckman. These range over childhood and family influences, academic experiences, motivations, interests, and intellectual and personality strengths that have been examined as precursors for choosing science as adult work.

Russel Sage Foundation. Theoretical and Empirical Studies.

Theoretical and Empirical Studies. The publication is divided into five sections. Eiduson, Bernice . E. Beckman, Linda, Ed. This volume presents a compilation of more than 70 studies on the prospective scientist and his career. These studies range from childhood, family influence, and academic experiences, to the intellectual and personality traits which have been examined in the past as precursors to choosing science as adult work. The second presents writings related to variables influencing career choice in science such as parental or academic influences.

Metascience, or the study of science as a subject, traditionally has been the province of philosophers . Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1977. Science as a Career Choice: Theoretical and Empirical Studies. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1973.

Metascience, or the study of science as a subject, traditionally has been the province of philosophers, historians, and sociologists of science1. Recent years, however, have seen an increased number of contributions from other disciplines-most saliently for the case at hand, from psychologists.

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Brief Remarks on Graduate Study in Political Science and International Relations. A well written and thoughtful piece for thesis preparation. I will use chapters of the book to advice my students to write empirical papers. BITS Berlin, Business and Information Technology School.

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