The Meaning of Intelligence

The Meaning of Intelligence

The Meaning of Intelligence

The Meaning of Intelligence

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This book brings into a focus various research findings on the broad question of intelligence; it attempts to relate technical issues to certain problems in modern life. While neither a textbook nor a handbook, it may help workers in psychology, education, and related fields who are baffled by the tremendous amount of fragmentary writing and discussion.

In the preparation of this work, I have enjoyed the steady assistance of Miss Dorothy Bradbury and Mrs. Ruth Jordan, and especially of Miss Helen L. Rhinehart.

GEORGE D. STODDARD

Albany, New York December, 1942 . . .

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