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A study of what characteristics teachers considered most important in justifying the labelling of certain children as unadjusted. 175 teachers in the writer's classes handed in case studies of children whom they considered to be unadjusted. 53% of the 698 problems presented by the 175 pupils...
A nomogram based on the earlier work of D. F. Votaw ( , ^W24^n, 681-685), but superior in that it utilizes the numbers of responses, thus making it unnecessary to calculate the proportions.
A general formula for the standard error of the median is|c^BMdn) = √N/2 where is the class-interval, the number of observations in the class within which the median lies, and the number of observations in the whole sample. The formula commonly used,|c^BMdn) = 1.2533|c/√N ,is a special case...
Reviews the book "Case Studies in the Psychopathology of Crime, Vol. I" by Ben Karpman . This book presents five case studies about the criminal insane. In each case study an attempt is made to understand the criminal individual through a thoroughgoing search for psychogenetic factors underlying...
Since several measurable criteria may often be found which can be taken as estimates of a single non-measurable variable, there is sometimes need for finding a linear function of the criterion variates which can be most accurately predicted from given observations. A solution for the problem is...
"The present widely accepted hypothesis that learning is a change in synaptic resistances which are decreased by use and increased by disuse is reasonable but inadequate (because) it fails to show how it is physically possible for general external conditions to alter the number of repetitions...
A study of the diagnostic significance of the Goodenough drawing scale with 24 post-encephalitic children (average age 14-3), 13 children with "psychopathic personalities" (average age 12-3), and 15 children showing border-line deficiency (average age 13-7). Diagnostic differences appeared on...
Using the Strong Vocational Interest Blank, the Thurstone multiple factor analysis, and with 133 junior and senior high school boys as subjects, the authors set out to determine (1) whether the interests of boys tend to be less well differentiated than the interests of adults, (2) whether the...
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