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The absolute measurement of abilities leads to questions concerning the measurement of growth as such and invites also a consideration of the import of age in relation to mental growth. Author lays down ten propositions concerning growth phenomena, and incidentally stresses related points of...
Continuous association tests were given white and Indian girls and boys to discover whether there are significant racial differences in community of ideas. The author's conclusion, on the basis of his correlations, is that Indians and whites are not found to be different in community of ideas so...
First occurs a brief summary of the attempts to verify Henning's smell prism and the changes in Henning's own work with his treatment of his critics. The author then shows that whereas there is 95% agreement among O's and with theory in classifying colors, he found only 25% agreement among O's...
Current names for emotional states in psychological literature are little more than literary circumlocutions. Something more than a statistical treatment of emotional stimulus-response situations must be given. Standardization of stimulus does not standardize response. The true receptors for...
Although the I.Q. concept may be limited as the Stanford group has done, calling a high I.Q. genius, nevertheless a high I.Q. does not necessarily mean high creative productivity. The highest achievements require a further quality which the intelligence tests seem to miss. Adult creativeness is...
The optimism with which Rugg, Terman, and Hollingworth look upon the future of gifted children is not shared by the present writers. They feel that the importance of capacity is overemphasized and the significance of drive neglected or under-estimated. Two questions now arise: is drive innate or...
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