A Syllabus of Psychology

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S. C. Griggs & Company, 1895 - Psychology - 62 pages
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Page 16 - ... teacher should insist upon an attentive mind and a quiet body during recitation. Tact and energy on the part of the teacher are as necessary as attention and interest on the part of the pupil. Teacher and pupil influence each other. As knowledge cannot be conveyed directly from *REPRESENTATION.—But a percept really becomes matured as such only through successive stages. An object must be seen many times before it is rightly seen.
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