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The intelligence of the feeble-minded

Author: Alfred Binet; Théodore Simon
Publisher: Baltimore : Williams & Wilkins Co., 1916.
Series: Publications of the Training School at Vineland, New Jersey, Department of Research.
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Binet, Alfred, 1857-1911.
Intelligence of the feeble-minded.
[Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins company, 1916]
(OCoLC)590568338
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alfred Binet; Théodore Simon
OCLC Number: 1439408
Notes: Translated of: L'Année psychologique.
Description: 328 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: The Intelligence Of The Feeble-Minded --
Character: The Rebellious and the Docile --
Attention from the Point of View of its Concentration --
Voluntary Effort --
Movements in Writing --
Intelligence and Perception --
The Sense of Pain --
Association of Ideas in the Feeble-Minded --
Activity of the Intelligence Distinguished from the Level of the Intelligence --
The Number Sense and the Arithmetical Faculty --
Reasoning --
Suggestibility through Docility --
How a Moron may have an Esprit Faux --
A Scheme of Thought --
The Language Of The Feeble-Minded --
A New Psychogenetic Method --
Aphasia and the Psychology of Language --
An Observation of an Imbecile. Scientific Determination of her Level --
Analysis of the State of Language of this Imbecile --
Discussion of Three Hypotheses upon the Absence of Speech in our Subject --
The Psychological Condition of Speech. Experiments and Theory --
Comparison between Aphasia properly so-called and the Poverty of Language of the Low Grade Imbecile --
The Function of Language as a Sign of Human Intelligence --
The Evolution of Language --
The Relation between Language and Thought --
Feeble-Mindedness and Dementia --
The Intellectual Weakening in General Paralysis --
The Minor Psychological Signs of General Paralysis --
Difference between the Two Notions of Functioning and Development --
Distinction between Ideational Intelligence and Instinctive Intelligence.
Series Title: Publications of the Training School at Vineland, New Jersey, Department of Research.
Other Titles: Année psychologique.
Responsibility: by Alfred Binet and Th. Simon ; translated by Elizabeth S. Kite.

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