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Reviews the book entitled "Statistics applied to education and psychology" by C. T. Gray and D. F. Votaw . A textbook in statistics written for the classroom teacher, the school principal, the student of psychology or education, and the educational research worker can hardly be expected to meet...
A critical review of C. C. Pratt's (see XIII: 3390), which applauds the operational approach of the author to the problems of psychology but takes exception to certain specific conclusions regarding psychology and psychological theory which are made to follow from the operational point of view.
Reviews the book entitled "Psychology and teaching of secondary-school subjects" by H. B. Reed . In his preface Professor Reed announces his intentions to limit the scope of the book to a treatment of scientific investigations in the psychology and methods of high school subjects. The author...
Reviews the book "The factorial analysis of human ability" by G. H. Thomson . Tracing his interest in factorial analysis, Dr. Thomson mentions his work as test-author, consultant, and examiner in endeavoring to improve the methods of selecting pupils for secondary schools. Professor Thomson has...
A reply to Melton's critical review of the author's (see XV: 2885).
After considering current definitions, procedures, and scoring methods in studies of level of aspiration, the author reviews the results of studies on the phenomenon under the headings: reliability and generality, level of aspiration judgment, effect of properties of the task, effect of success...
The literature on the physiological and psychological effects of alcohol is summarized under the following headings: (1) methods of administration, (2) dosage, (3) concentration, (4) physiological tests for the presence of alcohol in the system, (5) physiological effects of alcohol, (6)...
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