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Likert,

Rensis, U.S. social psychologist, 1903–.
Likert scale - a method of measuring attitudes.
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Esta ultima opcion encuentra amplia sustentacion en los estudios y propuestas de Rensis Likert.
Likert scaling, introduced Rensis Likert (1932, 1970), is the most widely used method of measuring personality, social, and psychological attitudes (Babbie, 1998; Nunnally, 1978).
Weick is the Rensis Likert Collegiate Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Psychology, and Professor of Psychology at the University of Michigan.
Writing in the July 1959 issue of the Harvard Business Review, Rensis Likert offered this critique of performance appraisal:
The Morale Division was headed by Rensis Likert, later of University of Michigan Survey Research Center fame.
Research into true human resource accounting began in the 1960s by Rensis Likert [Bowers, 1973].
In fact, these industrialized clans share many of the properties described by Elton Mayo, Chris Argyris, Douglas McGregor, and Rensis Likert, the founding fathers of organization development.
Thurstone, Rensis Likert, and others) constituted a major breakthrough in applying this approach.
Authors Bio: Karl Weick is the Rensis Likert College Professor of Organizational Behavior and Psychology, and Professor of Psychology at the University of Michigan.
McGraw Hill Higher Education), 1960; Rensis Likert, The Human Organization.
Three of the most commonly discussed (OK, accepted) theories today are those of Chris Argyris, Rensis Likert, and Fred Luthans.
Rensis Likert is referred to more than once as Rensis Likert, a work published in 1989 is listed as the source of a "1990 study," and "job enrichment" is defined as if it were synonymous with "job enlargement.