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Determines the causes of misspelling. 50 words, selected from the Boston Minimum List, were dictated to 42 seventh graders. Words misspelled more than the 75 percentile error point were selected and put into sentences, which were dictated to 933 ninth graders. Two important causes of misspelling...
Includes 147 publications on the literature pertaining to the Binet-Simon Scales, published between 1913-1917.
Emphasizes the need for the education and control of emotions. A knowledge of how to influence the feeling of others, of how to produce desirable emotions and to discourage the appearance of undesirable ones, would be of the utmost value to any teacher in imparting instructions and developing...
Various methods for weighting the Yerkes-Bridges Point Scale were examined and found to be unsatisfactory. The scoring in use for point scales represents a first approximation to the correct weighting. A second approximation was made, based on a study of the correlations between the scores made...
Reports the contribution of psychologists to the efficiency of the New National Army. It was planned to pick out the intellectually subnormal, the potentially psychotic and the intellectually superior by the military authorities. Series of group and individual tests were conducted in different...
Determines whether any change in general manual accuracy occurred due to shop practice in prevocational schools. 96 prevocational (PV) boys taking the first year of training, and 96 academic (A) boys were selected as Ss. Three tests, Thrusting, Hammering and the Three-Hole Test were used....
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