The Intelligence of School Children

Lewis TERMAN (1877 - 1956)

This book has been written for the rank and file of teachers, school supervisors, and normal-school students. Its purpose is to illustrate the large individual differences in original endowment which exist among school children and to show the practical bearing of these differences upon the everyday problems - Summary by Leon Harvey

Genre(s): Education, Psychology

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Editor's Introduction and Preface Leon Harvey
00:10:46
Play 01 Some Principals of Intelligence Testing Leon Harvey
00:23:07
Play 02 Amount and Significance of Individual Differences Leon Harvey
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Play 03 Individual Differences among Kindergarten Children Leon Harvey
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Play 04 Individual Differences in the First Grade Leon Harvey
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Play 05 Individual Differences in the Fifth Grade Leon Harvey
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Play 06 Individual Differences in the First Year of High School Leon Harvey
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Play 07 Mental Age Standard for Grading Leon Harvey
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Play 08 Mental Tests of School Laggards Leon Harvey
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Play 09 The IQ as a Basis for Prediction Leon Harvey
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Play 10 Some Facts About Fifty-nine Superior Children Leon Harvey
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Play 11 Case Studies of Forty-one Superior Children Part 1 Leon Harvey
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Play 12 Case Studies of Forty-one Superior Children Part 2 Leon Harvey
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Play 13 Intelligence Tests in Vocational and Educational Guidance Leon Harvey
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Play 14 Practical Suggestions for the Use of Mental Tests Leon Harvey
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