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Institute for Social Research established at U-M

The Institute for Social Research (ISR), among the world’s largest and oldest academic survey research organizations, and a leader in the development and application of social science methods and education, is established at U-M. ISR’s portfolio of work includes a breadth of research examining the relationships between human health, behavior, and social factors. Rensis Likert, an organizational psychologist and developer of the Likert Scale, served as ISR’s first director (pictured at left with Angus Campbell, ISR’s co-founder and second director).

ISR co-founder Rensis Likert, an organizational psychologist and developer of the Likert Scale, becomes ISR’s first director (pictured at left with Angus Campbell, ISR’s co-founder and second director).

ISR co-founder Rensis Likert, an organizational psychologist and developer of the Likert Scale, becomes ISR’s first director (pictured at left with Angus Campbell, ISR’s co-founder and second director).