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Reviews the book, by W. B. Pillsbury . The volume is an interesting and effective presentation of the facts of elementary educational psychology. Chapter topics such as distribution of traits, original nature, individual differences, aims of education, habit, attention, learning, reasoning,...
Reviews the book, by Herbert Martin . Teachers, students of education, parent-teacher associations, reading circles, and study clubs interested in the moral development of children will find in this book a full discussion of the principles underlying moral guidance. The author reviews the...
The vital things to attempt in studying the nature of intelligence are three: 1) to find out what it is as experience; 2) to find out what it is as bodily process, especially in the nervous system; 3) to find out what it is as behavior. The first will be left largely to the introspectionist and...
Reviews the book, by Edward A. Lincoln . This is an easy book intended for persons who have little background, meager facilities for reference and little opportunity for personal contact with the instructor. In a simple, clear, "talky" manner the author briefly discusses these questions among...
Reviews the book, by Alfred Lawrence Hall-Quest (1925). On the basis of courses offered and time allotments, which institution best prepares high school teachers for their work, the university or the teachers college? Analysis of catalogs, correspondence with institutional authorities, and...
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