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Reviews the book by Maurice J. Karpf (1931). The author has examined the literature of social work in general, and family case work in particular, and has sifted the available evidence. He has asked the following questions: (1) "What knowledge do social workers need?" (2) "What knowledge do...
It is found experimentally that "the problem test distributed in advance can be employed to motivate the review of a unit of subject matter in educational psychology (1) with the expectation that helpful habits of study will be exercised and (2) that professionally valuable attitudes will be...
Three attitude schedules were filled in by 133 high-school students 12 days before and on the day after they were shown the film The schedules were "(1) a statement scale for measuring attitude toward the German people, (2) a paired comparison schedule of nationality preferences, and (3) a...
Reviews the book by Vilhelm Rasmussen. Professor Rasmussen gives in this diary the observations which he and his wife made of their younger daughter. The diary is a record of the child's life from birth to her fourteenth birthday. Instead of using the notes to revise his previous works on...
"The object of this discussion is to suggest some degree of tolerance among scientists."
Reviews the book by M. V. Marshall (1931). The aim of this study, as the author states, is to illustrate how the educational institutions of an area, particularly those for training teachers, can be intimately related to the life of the people. More specifically stated, the problem is that of...
Scores on the Orleans Algebra Prognostic Test predict achievement with considerable success and may be of appreciable advantage in school administration, especially when combined with intelligence scores.
"The fact that a small percentage of penmen, writing with the right hand dextral fashion, produce a back-slanted hand raises the question of the general significance of slant to the right or to the left. It is found by experiment that a great percentage of penmen slant toward the left when...
The case is described and it is concluded "that it is possible to adjust a child with a dominating personality to a school group without suppressing or destroying her ability and desire to dominate."
"It has been shown that Professor Kelley's seventh grade correlations (see ) may be fitted by a number of patterns varying as to number of factors, position of coefficients, and numerical value of these constants. These variations are brought about chiefly by the differences in the preliminary...
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