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Reviews the book, by Harry Elmer Barnes (1924). In the present volume Professor Barnes has given us a very able summary of the most significant changes in standpoint among writers on political theory in the last few decades. While the book is fundamentally sociological in emphasis, it is...
Reviews the article, "The diagnostic findings from seven years of examining in the same school clinic" by J. E. Wallace Wallin ( ). This study aims to present in summary form the diagnostic findings of seven years' work in the St. Louis Psycho-Educational Clinic, which work constituted the...
Reviews the book, by Ephraim E. Ericksen (1922). The book examines psychological and ethical aspects of Mormon group life. There is here no formal history, nor is there any attempt to solve the enigma of Joseph Smith's mind and behavior. The approach is rather sociological and deals with three...
Reviews the book, by Benjamin C. Gruenberg (1922). This book is, as its subtitle indicates, a "Manual of Suggestions on Education Related to Sex." It was prepared under the direction of the Surgeon General in collaboration with the United States Bureau of Education. Its purpose is to set forth...
Reviews the book, by Walter Dill Scott and Robert C. Clothier (1923). This book is an authoritative and comprehensive statement of the methods of personnel research and administration which have been developed up to the present time. The term "personnel" is used in a somewhat narrow sense as...
The attempt to reach agreement with respect to the meaning of terms has frequently been made by psychologists, and to a considerable extent made in vain. Since the need for agreement becomes more urgent every day, attempts will continue to be made until the need is satisfied. Probably there are...
Reviews the book, by A. J. Snow (1923). Teachers of courses in introductory psychology who are interested in getting something more than textbook phrases into their students' heads will find Dr. Snow's book a very helpful source of discussion materials. Under seventeen section headings he has...
Notes that the Psychological section of the British Association for the Advancement of Science met in Toronto August 6th to 13th. The topics of papers and discussions ranged all the way from ultra behaviorism to modern scholasticism with some experimental problems, racial psychology and...
Reviews the book, by M. P. Follett (1924). In this book, which may be considered as a psychological sequel to , Miss Follett develops further her highly original thesis of creative group activity. She brings together with fine perception several lines of contemporary thought, including theories...
Reviews the book, by Joseph Collins (1924). The doctor who lately looked at literature with book stall profit continues his interesting pursuit of happiness, but in a somewhat different manner. By and large it is a history of what the doctor likes in the literary realm, and an attempt to define...
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