Constructing an Observational Technique
by J. Wayne Wrightstone - 1935
Certain controlled-observation techniques have been developed recently in order to obtain objective measures of certain social performance factors or ways of behaving. By these new techniques it is possible to obtain an index of pupil participation in defined behavior categories of initiative, cooperation, and the like.
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