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Maintaining Mental Health Salvaging the Young Criminal How Can I Find the Job for Which I Am Best Suited? Teaching Through Leadership Mental Disorder in Industry Why Men Strike Figure DR. ROBERT N. McMURRY Noted Specialist in Applied Psychology, Brilliant Speaker and Contributor to Popular and Scientific Publications REDPATH BUREAU DR. ROBERT N. McMURRY Executive Secretary of the psychological Corporation in Chicago DR. ROBERT N. McMURRY, specialist in applied psychology, noted authority on personnel administration and market research, twice fellow of the Institute of International Education at Vienna, holder of degrees from the Universities of Chicago and Vienna, recipient of two years' training at the Institute for Psychoanalysis in Vienna, and now Executive Secretary of the Psychological Corporation in Chicago, is not only a brilliant and popular speaker, but a contributor to such publications as The Nation, The Christian Century, The Management Review, Personnel, School and Society, Retailing and others as well. Dr. McMurry has had an extensive experience in clinical, social and industrial psychology. He is in touch with the latest developments in the field of applied psychology. He has worked with delinquent boys in the steel mill area of South Chicago and investigated the effects of unemployment among the negroes under the direction of Prof. E. W. Burgess of the University of Chicago and Dr. Clifford Shaw of the Institute of Juvenile Research. Leading corporations of the Middle West have engaged him as consultant and for important research work. The American Psychological Association, The Chicago Psychoanalytic Society, The American Marketing Society, The Illinois Society of Consulting Psychologists are some organizations that have honored him with membership. He is a director of the Market Research Forum of Chicago and of the Chicago Branch of the National Vocational Guidance Association. Some of Dr. McMurry's Lecture Subjects Maintaining Mental Health A discussion of the forms of mental illness, their symptoms, and the means for maintaining mental health. Mental Disorder in Industry Richly illustrated with case material, this talk is designed to provide a practical insight into methods for the detection, diagnosis and treatment of Mental Disorder in Industry. How Can I Find the Job for Which I Am Best Fitted? Dr. McMurry describes the latest and most approved vocational counseling procedures. Finding the Right Man for the Job This is a report, illustrated with charts, diagrams of the latest methods for the selection of sales and executive personnel. Why Men Strike Dr. McMurry brings out the parts played by company policy, working conditions, and personalities in creating an attitude of hostility toward the company in the minds of the workers. Outlines program for building employee good will, which has a sound psychological basis. Psychology and Accident-Prone Employees A psychological explanation of why some people have many accidents. War, Propaganda and Human Nature A study of some of the real causes of war. Teaching Through Leadership Explains the importance of the establishment of the proper emotional relationship between teacher and child. Dealing with the Problem Pupil Dr. McMurry outlines the causes of pupils' misbehavior, including the effect of the home situation on the child or adolescent. He suggests means of dealing with such cases. Salvaging the Young Criminal A discussion of juvenile delinquency, its causes and possible cure. Dr. McMurry also presents these splendid illustrated lectures: Dalmatia, the Colorful and Little Known, Buried Cities of Ceylon, Peiping, Kalgan, and Outer Mongolia. A Few Typical Comments About Dr. McMurry and His Talks Chicago Daily News, Gene Morgan Why-ology, a science which is a commercial-minded cousin of psychology was explained to Chicago Advertising men today by an exponent of the intensive art, Dr. Robert N. McMurry, Chicago Executive Secretary of the Psychological Corporation, of which President Walter Dill Scott of Northwestern University is vice-president. Chicago Safety Council, Geo. E. Traver Without exception one of the most valuable and stimulating discussions that we have ever had before this group. Grand Rapids Industrial Executives Club, James M. VerMeulen Dr. McMurry was well received. He had much to say of practical value to our group. Civil Service Assembly of the U. S. and Canada, Henry F. Hubbard, Asst. Dir. I wish to express our appreciation for the constructive and stimulating talk which Dr. McMurry made at our meeting.
|Title||Dr. Robert N. McMurry|
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|Personal Name Subject||McMurry, Robert N.|
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