Family Similarities in Mental-Test Abilities
by Raymond R. Willoughby - 1928
The material summarized in this chapter represents the first mental-test data upon parents and their children gathered in sufficiently large quantities to establish parental correlations with fair precision. The importance of supplementing and checking, by studies employing reliable mental tests, what has been found in the earlier biometric trait rating studies of family similarities has long been recognized.
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