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A developmental theory of intelligence.
  • H. E. Garrett
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • The American psychologist
  • 15 August 2011
The discriminant function and its use in psychology
R. A. Fisher's method of determining a set of weights for the linear combination of the scores in a battery of tests is explained and illustrated. The relationship of this method to combination byExpand
The Equalitarian Dogma
  • H. E. Garrett
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Perspectives in biology and medicine
  • 1961
Up to World War I, it is probable that American scientists who gave the matter any thought at all believed the Negro race to be natively less gifted than the white, and to be somewhat lacking in the fundamental traits of honesty and reliability. Expand
Great experiments in psychology
COURSE OUTLINE : Psychology as a subject interests many but what is popularly known are the common views that humans hold about their race. Over the century, the subject’s endevour to establishExpand
A Study of the Discriminative Value of the Woodworth Personal Data Sheet
Resume Dans cette etude, les resultats du nombre de reponses “fausses,” c'est-a-dire, psycho-nevrosees, faites par 256 soldats diagnostiques comme nevroses sur le Questionnaire de DonneesExpand