Training research and development: Retrospective of a career in the Defense Department

Dee H. Andrews

Abstract


I have had the privilege of spending a psychologist’s career serving the men and women who give service to our nation. Starting as an instructional psychologist, I’ve also been called upon to learn skills in the human factors and industrial/organizational psychology domains. I’ve been placed in numerous situations as a team member and leader where I learned how to work with multi-disciplinary teams of engineers, physicists, computer scientists, logisticians, and contract specialists. During 34 years as a Department of Defense (DoD) researcher and manager performing training research and five years working as a contractor since my retirement from the DoD, I can truly say it was a rare day . . . [Download PDF to read more]

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Publishers.

Andrews, D. H., Hull, T., & Demeester, K. (Eds.) (2010). Storytelling as an instructional method: Research perspectives. Rotterdam, NL: Sense Publishers.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14507/er.v24.2213

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