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By the use of two different methods Thorndike's laws of learning were taught to two groups differing both in maturity and in intelligence. The methods differed in that the illustrations, in the one instance, were taken almost altogether from non-human experiments while, in the other, they were...
In a previous study in which attempts were made to obtain indications of the preferences of children for numerous samples of reading and graphic materials, one form of a test was printed like the others in every respect save one. Instead of $$$, the answers were printed $$$. On tabulating these...
The intelligence quotients of 4330 pupils, ranging in age from 6 to 20 and in grade from first through high school, were computed from scores on various group tests. As the number of children in the families increases the median I. Q. decreases, with but one exception. The correlation between I....
An attempt is made to develop a test of motor coordination for very young children (12-36 months). Correlations are made with mental age computed from the Kuhlmann test ( at 12 months=.39), and with other anthropometric measures (weight divided by the length squared, and weight divided by stem)....
Experiments are conducted upon parallel groups to determine the relative efficiency of studying a small amount of material intensively on the one hand and of a wide reading in several texts on the other. One of the topics was "generalized experience." The intensive group read forty-four pages in...
Further consideration of the various graphic, tabular, and textual methods of presenting material introduced in the previous issue of this journal (see 02:258) is given. Matters such as the relation between the simplicity of the visual pattern and the specificity of the impression upon the...
The Stanford Achievement Test was given to 1725 white and 220 negro children between the ages of 7 and 13 inclusive. The white children were ahead on all tests. Only 14½% of negroes reached or exceeded the median white. The differences were least at seven years of age and increased up to...
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