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" ... on repeated examination proves to be correspondingly backward in general physiological development, may frequently make up for his slow start before he reaches maturity. The prognosis in his case would be better than in the case of a child of the... "
The Child: His Nature and His Needs: A Survey of Present-day Knowledge ... - Side 85
af Michael Vincent O'Shea - 1924 - 516 sider
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School & Society, Bind 18

James McKeen Cattell, Will Carson Ryan, Raymond Walters - 1923 - 852 sider
...would be better than in the case of a child of the same early mental level but who, at the same time, is found to be physiologically well along in the course...because of early maturing, supplemented by a kind of hothousing. The mental age as now secured is the result of several factors, native intelligence, relative...
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Psychology and Education

Robert Morris Ogden - 1926 - 390 sider
...Professor WF Dearborn, makes the following cautious statement of the evidence at hand: Our present opinion, which may or may not be substantiated, but which is...because of early maturing, supplemented by a kind of hot-housing.1 The means of supplying these physiological corrections to the test-scores are measurements...
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Intelligence Tests, Their Significance for School and Society

Walter Fenno Dearborn - 1928 - 388 sider
...would be better than in the case of children of the same early mental level who, at the same time, are found to be physiologically well along in the course of development. The fact that they have come on so well in general physiological development in the early years without corresponding...
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Viewpoints, Bind 1–3

1924 - 1164 sider
...would be better than in the case of a child of the same early mental level but who, at the same time, is found to be physiologically well along in the course...his prospects less hopeful. Similarly, some of our much-heralded prodigies, who have rather petered out in later years, may prove to have maintained their...
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