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Mental defect, mal-nutrition and the teacher"s appreciation of intelligence

David Heron

Mental defect, mal-nutrition and the teacher"s appreciation of intelligence

a reply to criticisms of the memoir on the influence of defective physique and infavourable home environment on the intelligence of school children.

by David Heron

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Published by Dulau in London .
Written in English


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SeriesQuestions of the day and of the fray -- no 11.
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Open LibraryOL19781855M

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