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In educational psychology the nomothetic approach has long overshadowed the idographic approach. It is imperative that teachers should understand their pupils as persons, and psychologists should help them to do so. The case report is an important supplement to those current types of...
A study of the socioeconomic status ratings and numerous test scores of 127 pupils in grade 6 revealed that correlations between socio-economic status and achievement test scores were clustered near .30, with the exception of arithmetic where the correlation was .07. The correlations between...
Readiness tests are used for reading, arithmetic, and the like. When is a student ready for educational psychology? Certain tastes and attitudes which might be used as criteria are suggested.
Annual tests yielding IQ scores were administered to preparatory school boys who were rated by their teachers on a perseverance scale. Year to year increases in IQ were found to occur with some consistency. The improvement for persevering boys was not significantly greater than for boys who were...
A group of 591 applicants for admission to schools of nursing were tested on vocabulary and arithmetic, about half being given the usual type of multiple choice test and the others, of equivalent average ability, taking a test in which the option "none of these" was inserted among the other...
From a total of 6,558 pupils in 5 high schools, the teachers selected 76 boys and 35 girls as outstandingly maladjusted individuals and 66 boys and 52 girls as notably well-adjusted. These pupils were given the Harrower-Erickson Multiple Choice (Rorschach) Test. Scores showed some significant...
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