1965-02-01

Learning to Live With Engineers 650940

This paper discusses the psychology of engineers as a group and presents various ways to cope with their problems., Because the engineer is generally an introverted type of personality, and because he lives and works in a high state of tension, pressures build up which must be alleviated to allow him to function as a healthy, productive individual. Ten methods to reduce tensions and pressures are offered by the author.

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