National Institute of Industrial Psychology 1919-1977

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National Institute of Industrial Psychology, 1919-1977

National Institute of Industrial Psychology 1919-1977

78 boxes, 3 wooden boxes of glass plate negatives, 2 folders, 27 boxes containing NIIP publications and 1 bankers box of

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Myers, Charles S.

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The NIIP was founded in 1921 by Dr C S Myers, Director of the Cambridge Psychological Laboratory. Dr Myers was backed by a group of businessmen led by H J Welch, who gave their support and encouragement. Myers became the first Director of the Institute. The NIIP was a non-profit making scientific organisation for the study of industry and commerce. It aimed to promote the application of psychology and physiology within these fields. The Institute conducted research into problems of general inter...