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Page 56 - An experiment in the use of intelligence tests as a basis for proper grouping and promotions in the eighth grade," Elementary School Journal, 21:465-69, February, 1921.
Page 60 - Suggestions with regard to the use of mental tests and in particular with regard to their use in combination with tests of achievement," Seventh Conference on Educational Measurements, Bulletin of the Extension Division, Vol.
Page 57 - Providing for individual differences by means of grouping by ability." Ninth Annual Schoolmen's Week Proceedings, University of Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol. 23, No. 1, p.
Page 55 - An application of intelligence tests to the problem of school retardation," School and Society, 10:614-20, November 22, 1919.
Page 56 - Providing for individual differences by grouping by abilities. Organization and practical working of the plan." Eighth Annual Schoolmen's Week Proceedings, University of Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol. XXI, No. 37, Philadelphia, June 18, 1921, p.
Page 58 - Intelligence tests as a basis for reclassification," The Technique of Supervision by the Elementary School Principal. The First Yearbook of the Department of Elementary School Principals. Washington: National Education Association, May, 1922, p.
Page 2 - Survey (when they were, presumably, about 17) but 36 per cent of the boys and 32 per cent of the girls had only spent one or two evenings at home out of the previous seven.
Page 62 - Terman, LM, The Measurement of Intelligence (Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1916). Terman, LM, The Intelligence of School Children (Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1919).