Definition Of Hawthorne Effect

The Hawthorne Effect occurs when people change their behavior for the better because they know they are being studied. Researcher Henry A. Landsberger invented the term in 1955 after a series of experiments in the 1920s and 1930s at Hawthorne Works (a factory near Chicago). The studies showed that worker productivity increased regardless of changes …

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