Originally published in 1934, this book is primarily concerned with the psychological aspect of the development of certain manual skills. Cox examines what motor functions and their acquisition can reveal of a subject's psychology, and how such conclusions can be used in vocational and educational guidance.tests, 51 fia#39;.; correlation with routine tests, 57 fia#39;.; reliability, 45; subjects, 87; see also general factor and intelligence ... Manual activities, see manual operations Manual dexterity, 9, 11; measurement of, 8; see also manual operations andanbsp;...
|Author||:||J. W. Cox|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2013-12-05|