Master's Theses

Date of Award

Spring 1941

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Psychology

Advisor

Dr. Donald M. Johnson

Abstract

For many years the practical value of tests of intelligence, aptitude and other qualities has been demonstrated. As the “testing movement” has grown, a multitude of tests has been devised and is now available for testing of human abilities. Two of the most important attempts to understand intellectual abilities are found in the theories and methods of Spearman and Thurstone. There is a possibility that the statistical studies of these theorists have overlooked a valuable source of information, that is existing experimental information about different processes included in mental ability. It is this possibility that prompted this study.

Rights

Copyright 1941 Floyd E. Reynolds

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