Studies in Personality: Contributed in Honor of Lewis M. Terman

Studies in Personality: Contributed in Honor of Lewis M. Terman

Studies in Personality: Contributed in Honor of Lewis M. Terman

Studies in Personality: Contributed in Honor of Lewis M. Terman

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Lewis M. Terman, servant of psychology, has labored untiringly to extend the boundaries of our knowledge of human behavior. His achievements and personality have been an inspiration to psychologists everywhere and especially to those who have had an opportunity for work and study under his guidance. It is fitting, therefore, that this series of papers on a topic about which so much of his own research has centered should be prepared for the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday.

The authors of this book are but a small proportion of his many former graduate students who have been quickened by his leadership and who join with us and with his colleagues everywhere in the hope that his work may be continued for many years to come.

ROBERT G. BERNREUTER CATHERINE C. MILES MILES A. TINKER KIMBALL YOUNG QUINN MCNEMAR MAUD A. MERRILL Editors FLORENCE L. GOODENOUGH, Chairman

January, 1942.

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