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On the Study of Conditions of Development and Brain-Power in Children

  • Francis Warner (a1)
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My present purpose is to show the importance of acquiring further knowledge as to the conditions of development, and as to the physical and mental brain-powers of children, and the desirability of diffusing a knowledge of scientific methods of study among those whose profession it is to train children.

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See author's “Anatomy of Movement.”

“Brit. Med. Journ.,” 27th July, 1889.

* The ten Public Elementary Schools contained—Boys, 1944; Girls, 1987. The four Exceptional Schools contained—Boys, 850; Girls, 563.

* See Tuke, Hack Dr. and Shuttleworth, Dr., “Journal of Mental Science,” Jan., 1888, p. 552, and April, 1889, p. 80.

* Paper read at the Psychology Section of the British Medical Association held at Leeds, Aug., 1889.

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On the Study of Conditions of Development and Brain-Power in Children

  • Francis Warner (a1)
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