„[The Hawthorne studies was] perhaps the first major social science experiment… and we feel that continued efforts in this direction will yield rich returns in the development of the social sciences.“

—  William Foote Whyte, William Foote Whyte (1946), Industry and Society, New York. p. v-vi; Cited in: Richard Gillespie (1993), Manufacturing Knowledge: A History of the Hawthorne Experiments. p. 255
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