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Some Thoughts on Engineering Education

Nature volume 193, pages 618622 (17 February 1962) | Download Citation

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    See, for example, Teaching and Learning by A. G. and R. H. Hughes, third ed., 454 (Longman Green and Co., 1959). On the other hand Charles Fox, in Educational Psychology (Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1950) appears to favour a modified version of the “Doctrine of Formal Training”. Fox gives a good review of the experimental work.

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    • R. EDGEWORTH JOHNSTONE

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