Mentally Defective Children
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Mentally Defective Children

By Théodore Simon, Alfred Binet
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  • MENTALLY DEFECTIVE CHILDREN
    • BY
    • ALFRED BINET AND TH. SIMON, M.D.
      • AUTHORISED TRANSLATION BY
      • W.B. DRUMMOND, M.B., C.M., F.R.C.P. (Edin.)
        • AUTHOR OF "AN INTRODUCTION TO CHILD STUDY," ETC.
        • WITH AN APPENDIX CONTAINING THE BINET-SIMON TESTS OF INTELLIGENCE BY
      • AUTHOR OF "AN INTRODUCTION TO CHILD STUDY," ETC.
      • WITH AN APPENDIX CONTAINING THE BINET-SIMON TESTS OF INTELLIGENCE BY
      • MARGARET DRUMMOND, M.A.
        • AND AN INTRODUCTION BY
      • AND AN INTRODUCTION BY
      • PROFESSOR ALEXANDER DARROCH
        • FOURTH IMPRESSION
        • LONDON EDWARD ARNOLD
        • PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN BY BILLING AND SONS, LIMITED GUILDFORD AND ESHER
      • FOURTH IMPRESSION
      • LONDON EDWARD ARNOLD
      • PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN BY BILLING AND SONS, LIMITED GUILDFORD AND ESHER
      • INTRODUCTIONToC
      • CONTENTS
    • AUTHORISED TRANSLATION BY
    • W.B. DRUMMOND, M.B., C.M., F.R.C.P. (Edin.)
      • AUTHOR OF "AN INTRODUCTION TO CHILD STUDY," ETC.
      • WITH AN APPENDIX CONTAINING THE BINET-SIMON TESTS OF INTELLIGENCE BY
    • AUTHOR OF "AN INTRODUCTION TO CHILD STUDY," ETC.
    • WITH AN APPENDIX CONTAINING THE BINET-SIMON TESTS OF INTELLIGENCE BY
    • MARGARET DRUMMOND, M.A.
      • AND AN INTRODUCTION BY
    • AND AN INTRODUCTION BY
    • PROFESSOR ALEXANDER DARROCH
      • FOURTH IMPRESSION
      • LONDON EDWARD ARNOLD
      • PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN BY BILLING AND SONS, LIMITED GUILDFORD AND ESHER
    • FOURTH IMPRESSION
    • LONDON EDWARD ARNOLD
    • PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN BY BILLING AND SONS, LIMITED GUILDFORD AND ESHER
    • INTRODUCTIONToC
    • CONTENTS
  • MENTALLY DEFECTIVE CHILDREN
    • CHAPTER I
      • INTRODUCTORY
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • CHAPTER IIToC
        • SOME FEATURES OF THE PSYCHOLOGY OF DEFECTIVES
        • The Mentally Defective.[25]
        • Naming by Memory Thirteen Pictures.
        • Immediate Memory of Phrases.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • SOME FEATURES OF THE PSYCHOLOGY OF DEFECTIVES
      • The Mentally Defective.[25]
      • Naming by Memory Thirteen Pictures.
      • Immediate Memory of Phrases.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • CHAPTER IIIToC
        • PEDAGOGICAL EXAMINATION OF DEFECTIVE SCHOOL CHILDREN
        • A. THE RÔLE OF THE TEACHER: TO SELECT THE CHILDREN SUSPECTED OF BEING DEFECTIVE.
        • [45]DISTRIBUTION OF PUPILS IN THE SCHOOL FOR BOYS, RUE GRANGE-AUX-BELLES.
        • B THE RÔLE OF THE PRIMARY INSPECTOR: TO ACT AS REFEREE.
        • Tests of Instruction.
        • SCALE SHOWING KNOWLEDGE ACQUIRED BY PUPILS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.
        • Correction of Sums.
        • Results of Arithmetic Tests in an Elementary School in Paris.
        • [62]Method of Marking Mistakes.
        • Examination of Instruction of a Child proposed for Special Class.
        • PSYCHOLOGICAL EXAMINATION.
        • Tests of Intelligence.
        • Seven Years.
        • Nine Years.
        • Eleven Years.
        • Tests of Intelligence put to Normal Children of Eleven Years of Age.
        • Definition of an Idiot.
        • Definition of an Imbecile.
        • Definition of a Feeble-Minded Child.
        • PARTICULARS.
        • SUPPLIED BY THE ORIGINAL SCHOOL.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • PEDAGOGICAL EXAMINATION OF DEFECTIVE SCHOOL CHILDREN
      • A. THE RÔLE OF THE TEACHER: TO SELECT THE CHILDREN SUSPECTED OF BEING DEFECTIVE.
      • [45]DISTRIBUTION OF PUPILS IN THE SCHOOL FOR BOYS, RUE GRANGE-AUX-BELLES.
      • B THE RÔLE OF THE PRIMARY INSPECTOR: TO ACT AS REFEREE.
      • Tests of Instruction.
      • SCALE SHOWING KNOWLEDGE ACQUIRED BY PUPILS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.
      • Correction of Sums.
      • Results of Arithmetic Tests in an Elementary School in Paris.
      • [62]Method of Marking Mistakes.
      • Examination of Instruction of a Child proposed for Special Class.
      • PSYCHOLOGICAL EXAMINATION.
      • Tests of Intelligence.
      • Seven Years.
      • Nine Years.
      • Eleven Years.
      • Tests of Intelligence put to Normal Children of Eleven Years of Age.
      • Definition of an Idiot.
      • Definition of an Imbecile.
      • Definition of a Feeble-Minded Child.
      • PARTICULARS.
      • SUPPLIED BY THE ORIGINAL SCHOOL.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • CHAPTER IVToC
        • THE MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF DEFECTIVES
        • The Doctor not to pick out the Detectives from amongst the Children in School.
        • The Frontiers of Abnormality (Boys).
        • Medical Examination of the Children Presented.
        • Scheme for Medical Examination
        • MEDICAL SCHEDULE.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • THE MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF DEFECTIVES
      • The Doctor not to pick out the Detectives from amongst the Children in School.
      • The Frontiers of Abnormality (Boys).
      • Medical Examination of the Children Presented.
      • Scheme for Medical Examination
      • MEDICAL SCHEDULE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • CHAPTER VToC
        • THE EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL RETURN OF SCHOOLS AND CLASSES FOR DEFECTIVES
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • THE EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL RETURN OF SCHOOLS AND CLASSES FOR DEFECTIVES
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • INTRODUCTORY
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER IIToC
      • SOME FEATURES OF THE PSYCHOLOGY OF DEFECTIVES
      • The Mentally Defective.[25]
      • Naming by Memory Thirteen Pictures.
      • Immediate Memory of Phrases.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • SOME FEATURES OF THE PSYCHOLOGY OF DEFECTIVES
    • The Mentally Defective.[25]
    • Naming by Memory Thirteen Pictures.
    • Immediate Memory of Phrases.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER IIIToC
      • PEDAGOGICAL EXAMINATION OF DEFECTIVE SCHOOL CHILDREN
      • A. THE RÔLE OF THE TEACHER: TO SELECT THE CHILDREN SUSPECTED OF BEING DEFECTIVE.
      • [45]DISTRIBUTION OF PUPILS IN THE SCHOOL FOR BOYS, RUE GRANGE-AUX-BELLES.
      • B THE RÔLE OF THE PRIMARY INSPECTOR: TO ACT AS REFEREE.
      • Tests of Instruction.
      • SCALE SHOWING KNOWLEDGE ACQUIRED BY PUPILS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.
      • Correction of Sums.
      • Results of Arithmetic Tests in an Elementary School in Paris.
      • [62]Method of Marking Mistakes.
      • Examination of Instruction of a Child proposed for Special Class.
      • PSYCHOLOGICAL EXAMINATION.
      • Tests of Intelligence.
      • Seven Years.
      • Nine Years.
      • Eleven Years.
      • Tests of Intelligence put to Normal Children of Eleven Years of Age.
      • Definition of an Idiot.
      • Definition of an Imbecile.
      • Definition of a Feeble-Minded Child.
      • PARTICULARS.
      • SUPPLIED BY THE ORIGINAL SCHOOL.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • PEDAGOGICAL EXAMINATION OF DEFECTIVE SCHOOL CHILDREN
    • A. THE RÔLE OF THE TEACHER: TO SELECT THE CHILDREN SUSPECTED OF BEING DEFECTIVE.
    • [45]DISTRIBUTION OF PUPILS IN THE SCHOOL FOR BOYS, RUE GRANGE-AUX-BELLES.
    • B THE RÔLE OF THE PRIMARY INSPECTOR: TO ACT AS REFEREE.
    • Tests of Instruction.
    • SCALE SHOWING KNOWLEDGE ACQUIRED BY PUPILS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.
    • Correction of Sums.
    • Results of Arithmetic Tests in an Elementary School in Paris.
    • [62]Method of Marking Mistakes.
    • Examination of Instruction of a Child proposed for Special Class.
    • PSYCHOLOGICAL EXAMINATION.
    • Tests of Intelligence.
    • Seven Years.
    • Nine Years.
    • Eleven Years.
    • Tests of Intelligence put to Normal Children of Eleven Years of Age.
    • Definition of an Idiot.
    • Definition of an Imbecile.
    • Definition of a Feeble-Minded Child.
    • PARTICULARS.
    • SUPPLIED BY THE ORIGINAL SCHOOL.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER IVToC
      • THE MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF DEFECTIVES
      • The Doctor not to pick out the Detectives from amongst the Children in School.
      • The Frontiers of Abnormality (Boys).
      • Medical Examination of the Children Presented.
      • Scheme for Medical Examination
      • MEDICAL SCHEDULE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF DEFECTIVES
    • The Doctor not to pick out the Detectives from amongst the Children in School.
    • The Frontiers of Abnormality (Boys).
    • Medical Examination of the Children Presented.
    • Scheme for Medical Examination
    • MEDICAL SCHEDULE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VToC
      • THE EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL RETURN OF SCHOOLS AND CLASSES FOR DEFECTIVES
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL RETURN OF SCHOOLS AND CLASSES FOR DEFECTIVES
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • APPENDIX
      • Tests of Intelligence.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • DIAGRAMSToC
      • INDEXToC
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    • Tests of Intelligence.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • DIAGRAMSToC
    • INDEXToC
      • PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN BY BILLING AND SONS, LTD., GUILDFORD AND ESHER
    • PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN BY BILLING AND SONS, LTD., GUILDFORD AND ESHER
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