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Reviews the book, by Erich Sorantin (1932). This book is an important contribution to the analysis of meaning in music. The book is written from the musicians' viewpoint and the validity of the conclusions depend upon the author's selection of examples, but since the sampling is so large--240...
Speed of tapping was studied with the stylus and the finger in a group of 240 children ranging from 2½ to 5½ years. The growth curves for both methods of tapping show negative acceleration. The order of functional maturity is from large to small muscle groups as shown in comparisons with adult...
This study is based on 70 college students, and indicates that auditory presentation of advertising copy is distinctly superior to visual presentation when tested by the recall of products and trade names after delay periods of from five days to five months. The results for immediate recall and...
No significant differences were found in rate of reading between high school boys and girls on the Iowa Silent Reading Test.
9% were color blind of a group of 811 men tested at the University of Toledo on the Ishihara test. The average intelligence-test score for color-blind college students tends to be slightly higher than for non-color-blind, and average point-score grades tend to be slightly lower for the...
Reviews the book, by C. Macfie Campbell (1934). The lectures in this book deal successively with food, oxygen and other basic supplies as they affect temperament; the glands, the autonomic system and the optic thalamus, structures intimately related to emotional life; genetics, and other basic...
Reviews the book, by Glenn L. Gardiner (1934). Getting a job is a job, and Glenn Gardiner tells in his most recent book just how you can be the most efficient and productive when you are thus "working for yourself." In the course of answering 197 questions that are hypothetically posed by the...
No significant differences in power to predict success either in "tonal" grades (theory of music) or in "academic" grades (history and appreciation of music) appear in comparison of intelligence tests and tests for sense of pitch and tonal memory.
Item analysis of an English test reduces to one-third the length of the original examination and gives an equal or superior prediction correlation with criteria.
A report of scientific studies in Russian journals covering such topics as: early viewpoints in industrial psychology, the Central Institute of Work and the development of a new viewpoint in industrial psychology, the study of occupations and the trend toward industrial training, women in...
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