The Influence of Specialized Training on Tests of General Intelligence
by Katharine B. Greene - 1928
In experiments with growing children that extend over a considerable period of time it is necessary to postulate the normal or expected gains in growth in order to eliminate its part in the total results, leaving a clearer presentation of the effects which we wish to measure. There are two possible methods of making allowances for this expected growth.
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