College News and Departmental Notes: Institute of Educational Research
by Departmental notes - 1921
The division of psychology of the Institute of Educational Research began active work January 1, 1921. It is now engaged in the following investigations: 1. The preparation of improved tests of word knowledge. 2. An investigation of the importance of different English constructions, comparable to the investigation of the importance of English words recently completed by Professor Thorndike and embodied in his Teachers Word Book. 3. A study of the psychology and pedagogy of algebra, made possible by a grant from the Commonwealth Fund. 4. A preliminary study of the theory and practice of vocational guidance, made possible by a grant from the Commonwealth Fund.
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