Army Mental Tests by Clarence S. Yoakum, Robert M. Yerkes

By Clarence S. Yoakum, Robert M. Yerkes

Для сайта:Мир книгThe ebook has been ready lower than the editorial path of Majors Clarence S. Yoakum and Robert M. Yerkes, who, ia cooperation with different contributors of the mental employees of the medical professional Generals workplace, chosen a few of the fabrics and made up our minds concerning the mode of presentation. The editors are re¬sponsible for the fabric of yes of the chapters, they usually have indicated the accountability of others at any place possible.It has been prepared that the royalty from military psychological assessments will likely be paid to the treasurer of the nationwide study Council for the4 help of mental study.

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These results suggest that if military efficiency alone were to figure are AEMY MENTAL 30 TESTS Army would undoubtedly gain largely by re"E" men. " varieties of evidence indicate the importance of the prompt recognition extreme military of low-grade men. The men ranking below the average in psychological examinations are notably large for the disciplinary group, men 77 " having difficulties in drill, men reported as unteachable and percentages of men designated by their officers as "poorest 77 from the stand- point of military usefulness.

Graded D All were * nor the Stanford-Binet Scale Neither the Point Scale f * See "Point Scale for Measuring Mental Ability/' by Yerkes, Bridges, and Hardwick. Warwick & York, Baltimore. t See "The Measurement of Intelligence," by L. M. Terman. Houghton MifEin Company, Boston. ARMY MENTAL 18 need be described in detail, since TESTS both are widely known and adequate descriptions are available. The military adaptations but of the scales may prove useful in various civil situations, restrictions they are not reproduced in because of copyright this volume.

D E= and Very vided into two classes in intelligence (2) "E" men, inferior intelligence. (1) "D " This group men, who are very special organization, rejection, or discharge. " The immense "D " service "D " "A" and "D " intelligence men of "A" intelligence have the contrast between shown by the fact that ability to di- but are considered fit for regular service; and. those whose mental inferiority justifies their recommendation for development battalion, is is inferior make a men superior record in college or university, while are of such inferior mentality that they are rarely able to go beyond the third or fourth grade of the elementary " In fact, many "D and school, however long they attend.

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