The Measurement of Intelligence: An Explanation of and a Complete Guide for the Use of the Stanford Revision and Extension of the Binet-Simon Intelligence Scale

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SUGGESTIONS FOR A TEACHER'S PRIVATE LIBRARY

ON EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN
Ayres L. P. Laggards in our Schools. The Russell Sage Foundation. ( 1909.) 236 pages. $1.50.
Treats the amount and causes of school retardation.
Binet A., and Simon Th. Mentally Defective Children. Translated from the French by W. B. Drummond. Longmans, Green & Co. ( 1914.) 171 pages. $1.00.
Discusses the psychology, pedagogy and medical examination of defectives.
Binet A., and Simon Th. A Method of Measuring the Development of In­ telligence in Young Children. Chicago Medical Book Company. ( 1915.) 82 pages. $1.00.
Authorized translation of Binet's final instructions for giving the tests.
Goddard H. H. Feeble-Mindedness ; Its Causes and Consequences. The Macmillan Company. ( 1913.) 599 pages. $4.00.
The most important single volume on the subject.
Goddard H. H. The Kallikak Family. The Macmillan Company. ( 1914.) 121 pages. $1.50.
A study of the hereditary transmission of mental deficiency in one family.
Goddard H. H. School Training of Defective Children. World Book Com­ pany. ( 1914.) 97 pages. 76 cents.
Admirable treatment of the entire subject.
Goddard H. H. The Criminal Imbecile. The Macmillan Company. ( 1915.) 157 pages. $1.50.
An analysis of three murderers of borderline intelligence.
Holmes Arthur. The Conservation of the Child. J. B. Lippincott Company. ( 1912.) 345 pages. $1.25.
Methods of examination and treatment of defective children.
Holmes Arthur. The Backward Child. The Bobbs-Merrill Co. ( 1915.) $1.00.
A popular treatment of the subject.
Holmes W. H. School Organization and the Individual Child. The Davis Press, Worcester, Massachusetts. ( 1912.) 211 pages. $2.50.
A comprehensive account of methods of adjusting school work to the capacity of the individual child.
Huey E. B. Backward and Feeble-Minded Children. Warwick & York. ( 1912.) 221 pages. $1.40.
Clinical studies of borderline cases.

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