Psychology of the Scientist: XXIV. Perceptual Distortion of Job Activities among Engineers and Scientists


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Abstract

The data demonstrate that engineers and scientists distort their perceptions of how much time they spend at various job activities. It is suggested that this “adjustment” of reality may take place to reduce the dissonance between their actual job activities and those considered ideal for the attainment of Growth and Belonging.

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