The 1938 Mental Measurements Year-book of the School of Education, Rutgers University

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THE output of mental tests is now so great that no worker in educational psychology can hope to know more than a small fraction of them. The seriousness of the problem for the conscientious teacher of educational psychology or director of research in that subject is not lightened by the consideration that most of the tests produced are of little or no value, for it has become almost impossibly difficult for him to discover what are the useful new tests and which are worthless.

The 1938 Mental Measurements Year-book of the School of Education, Rutgers University

Oscar Krisen Buros, Editor. Pp. xv + 415. (New Brunswick, N. J.: Rutgers University Press, 1938.) 3 dollars.

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T., R. The 1938 Mental Measurements Year-book of the School of Education, Rutgers University. Nature 143, 959 (1939) doi:10.1038/143959b0

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