Creativity and Personality in the Scientist
by Paul F. Brandwein - 1960
Sociologists, psychologists, psychiatrists, anthropologists, natural scientists, science teachers, and educational administrators have pondered the question: What makes a scientist? The methods of study employed vary; refined statistical procedures, biographical study, psychometric approaches, and logical analyses of observations of scientists at work have all been used. One valuable analysis1 of work in vocational development theory as it relates to scientific careers lists a bibliography of 229 papers.
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