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Experimental Studies of Mental Defectives: A Critique of the Binet-Simon Tests Paperback – May 5, by John Edward Wallace Wallin (Author)Author: John Edward Wallace Wallin. Experimental Studies of Mental Defectives; a Critique of the Binet-Simon Tests and a Contribution to the Psychology of Epilepsy [J.
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This monograph embodies the results of a critical study of the Binet-Simon scale when applied to a colony of over three hundred epileptics, Dr. Wallin finds that the scale needs further development and correction before it can become generally applicable to routine mental testing.
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AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM FUNCTIONS AND BEHAVIOR 69 Grings et al. () report a consistent tendency for low IQ defectives to have shorter conditioned and unconditioned GSR response latencies than high IQ defectives.
This was true, however, only for a long (Ssecond) CS-UCS vintage-memorabilia.com by: 8. Get this from a library. A social study of mental defectives in New Castle county, Delaware. [Emma Octavia Lundberg; United States.
Children's Bureau.]. The measurement and reinforcement of behavior of psychotics 1 T. Ayllon and N. Azrin 1 The research reported in this paper was supported in part by the Mental Health Fund and the Psychiatric Training and Research Fund of the Illinois Department of Mental Health, and Grant from the National Institute of Mental vintage-memorabilia.com by: Operant Behavior in Mental Defectives: Exploratory Studies 1 Norman R.
Ellis, Charles D. Barnett, and Margaret W. Pryer 1 These studies were supported by Research Grant (M) from the National Institute of Mental Health, Public Health vintage-memorabilia.com by: The results of Cattell's research on mental tests with students at Columbia University indicated that his measures ____.
were valid predictors of college achievement but not of intelligence B. were valid predictors of intelligence but not of college grades C. predicted students' grades in psychology courses but not in courses in the natural sciences D.
were unreliable because of personal equations E. Mental Defectives; Their History, Treatment, and Training [Martin W. Barr] on vintage-memorabilia.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text.
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Not indexed. Not illustrated. vintage-memorabilia.com: Martin W. Barr. Abstract. No method is in general usage and of demonstrated effectiveness in eliminating the self-stimulatory behaviors of retardates and autistics. An Overcorrection rationale was used to develop such a method. The Overcorrection procedures consisted of a period of practice in the correct mode of the behavior contingent upon self-stimulatory Cited by: Abstract.
Historically, no differentiation was made between mental retardation and psychopathological conditions (see, e.g., Kraepelin, ). In more recent years, both research and clinical services have often been guided by the belief that mental retardation exists with an etiology, diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment distinct from other forms of mental or behavioral vintage-memorabilia.com: Maris Monitz Rodgon.
The high mental age group made the initial learning set significantly superior to the low group, but results indi-cated that equivalent amounts of transfer occurred in the experimental group at both the high and low mental ag® levels.
With the first step being taken toward assessing the mental capacity of human defectives to form learning sets,Author: Willard Vearl McDaniel.Stereotypic and self-injurious behaviors are common forms of maladaptive responding demonstrated by severely handicapped persons.
Various review papers suggest that no single treatment procedure is universally effective. Although there may be many reasons Cited by: Get this from a library! A social study of mental defectives in county H., Indiana, in [Hazel Irene Hansford].