Explodes the theories of the physical and psychological and social underdevelopment of intellectually superior children, and...

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Explodes the theories of the physical and psychological and social underdevelopment of intellectually superior children, and discusses sanely and wisely the question of handling of determining type of superiority, of educational procedure, of making the most of the opportunities. Weakness lies in concentration on the opportunities in various public school systems, and the virtual minimizing of the parallel opportunities in private and particularly in progressive schools. Important for those interested in child training, child psychology, etc. Little available material in this field, in comparison to great amount on subnormality.

Pub Date: March 25, 1937

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Norton

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1937