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Reviews the book by L. L. Thurstone . This book summarizes Thurstone's multiple factor methods to date, and presents much new material not hitherto published. The book opens with a "Mathematical Introduction" in which are presented the elements of matrix theory. Chapters I and II deal with "The...
The increasing diversity of methods of experimental control and measurement in studies of human learning indicates the need for an experimental approach to methodological problems. The reviewer emphasizes the value of a standardized methodology, based on the most valid and reliable methods of...
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