from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to psychology considered in its applications as a guide to practice; or, relating to an art which is based upon psychology as its science.
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Or psychotechnical administrator, as I believe they call 'em now.
Ultimately all the traps and nets with which the enemies of the crop are caught are schemes for which psychotechnical calculations are decisive.
There are the large groups of psychotechnical problems where the effort refers to the application of psychology in securing the best conditions for labor and industry and commerce.
The Vocational Guidance Bureau (since 1989 the Hadassah Career Counseling Institute, HCCI) operated during the state’s early years to help Jerusalem elementary school graduates find a vocational direction and to spread the idea of vocational guidance via the first psychotechnical course of its kind in Israel, which opened in 1952.