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Differences in the Size of the Pupil of the Eye as a Measure of Learning Capacity and the Learning Process in Kindergarten and High School Students. Final Report.

@inproceedings{Polt1970DifferencesIT,
  title={Differences in the Size of the Pupil of the Eye as a Measure of Learning Capacity and the Learning Process in Kindergarten and High School Students. Final Report.},
  author={J. Polt},
  year={1970}
}
DOCUMENT RESUME 24 CG 005 413 Polt, James M. Differences in the Size of the Pupil of the Eye as a Measure of Learning Capacity and the Learning Process in Kindergarten and High School Students. Final Peport. Temple Buell Coll., Denver, Colo. Office of Education (DHEW) , Washington, D.C. Fureau of Research. BR -8 -H -023 1 May 70 OEG-8-8-080023-2008(057) 58p. EDRS Price NE$0.50 HC-$3.00 *Cognitive Ability, Disadvantaged Youth, *Eyes, *High School Students, *Kindergarten Children, Learning… Expand

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