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This book, written by experienced clinical psychologists, is not intended for light reading, but as a reference work it is of great value. As the authors state: "This volume was prepared as part of an attempt to appraise the present status of knowledge in the field of eugenic research."
No attempt is made to persuade the reader to become a convert to either the thesis of heredity or environment. But arguments from both schools are presented fully, and copious references are given. In the six chapters and appendix the topics of Measurement of Intelligence, Measurement of Personality, Definition of the
Heredity and Environment; Studies in the Genesis of Psychological Characteristics.. Ann Intern Med. 1934;7:1560–1561. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-7-12-1560_2
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