International Journal of Business and Applied Social Science

ISSN: 2469-6501 (Online)

DOI: 10.33642/ijbass
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VOLUME: 6; ISSUE: 5; MAY; 2020

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Author(s): Morteza Raei Dehaghi; Abbas Rohani
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Neuropsychology is an academic field that studies relations between the brain and behavior. The present study aims to investigate the spread of neuropsychology, the relations, and correlation among the employees of the manufacturing and industrial units in Isfahan Province. The statistical population has consisted of 500 employees of the manufacturing and industrial units in Isfahan province. This study is survey research and the required data has been gathered using: Bender-Gestalt, Toulouse-Pieron, Jean-Louis Sally, and the Halstead-Reitan tests. The findings reveal that the mean of the variable of memory is equal to 10.5 which indicates the medium status of memory in terms of the measurement scale. The spread of neuropsychology damages among the employees of the manufacturing and industrial units in Isfahan province is highly low. Regarding the gender and the industrial unit in which employees are working, the findings show that there is no significant difference in terms of attention among male and female employees at various units. A significant difference was observed between different age groups and employees' education level and memory scores. No significant difference was observed between memory scores in terms of gender and employees at the manufacturing and industrial units. Likewise, there exists a significant relationship between all variables representing neuropsychological damages. People's education is also effective in their brain performances. Thus, managers should provide appropriate and favorable conditions for their employees so that they will less be subjected to neuropsychological damages and their quality and efficiency will be improved in the industries and organizations.
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