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Analyzing Character


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Analyzing Character
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Title: Analyzing Character
Author: Katherine M. H. Blackford and Arthur Newcomb
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ANALYZING CHARACTER
The New Science of Judging Men; Misfits in Business, the Home and Social Life
BY
KATHERINE M. H. BLACKFORD, M.D. AND ARTHUR NEWCOMB
1922
CONTENTS
PAGE INTRODUCTION 1
PART ONE--ANALYZING CHARACTER IN VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE
CHAP.
I--CAUSES OF MISFITS 17 II--ELEMENTS OF FITNESS 39 III--CLASSES OF MISFITS 73 IV--THE
PHYSICALLY FRAIL 111 V--THE FAT MAN 137 VI--THE MAN OF BONE AND MUSCLE 157
VII--SLAVES OF MACHINERY 169 VIII--THE IMPRACTICAL MAN 191 IX--HUNGRY FOR FAME
223 X--WASTE OF TALENT IN THE PROFESSIONS 241 XI--WOMEN'S WORK 261 XII--SPECIAL
FORMS OF UNFITNESS 267
PART TWO--ANALYZING CHARACTER IN SELECTION OF EMPLOYEES
 
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