Title: The psychology of finding out an progress text in educational psychology
Year: 1921 (nineteen twenties)
Authors: Pyle, William Henry, b. 1875
Subjects: Educational psychology Discovering, Psychology of
Publisher: Baltimore, Warwick & York, Inc.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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t,of the regular for whites. The regular for the Negrogirls is sixty per cent, of the regular for white women. Inthe substitution test by itself, the regular score for theNegro boys is forty four.5 per cent, of the white regular. Theaverage for Negro women is 43.7 per cent, of the averagefor white women. It will be witnessed that the Chinese, whilst they wereat quite a few shortcomings in encounter, training, andlanguage, examine really favorably with American whitechildren, though the Negroes, whilst at no such disad-vantage, clearly show up really improperly. The creator built an in depth study of Negro abilityto learn, employing for the goal the marble-sortingapparatus talked about earlier mentioned. The comparisons arpshown in Figures thirty and 31. 204 THE PSYCHOLOGY OF Discovering one ^ – — i1 . /^,fJO one one r /i ^s^s IiGURE thirty. Frequency Surfaces demonstrating the distribution of whitechildren and negro cliildren in ability to learn as established bythe marble-sorting experiment. Sound line signifies negro child-ren damaged line, white little ones.
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Figure 31. Graphs demonstrating the finding out capability of negroes andwhites, ages nine to fifteen higher graphs signify whites lowergraphs, negroes damaged strains, women good strains, boys. Dissimilarities IN Discovering Capacity 205 Desk 32. A For every CENT. COMPARISON OF CHINESE WITH AMERICAN Children. Age. 12 thirteen 14 15 sixteen 17 Av. Rote memory Boys a hundred twenty five 118 122 116 122 109 117. Women 122 114 103 102 97 112 108.3 Reasonable memory Boys 82.two 77.3 85.two 89.one 90.one 99.6 87.3 Women 97.nine ninety six.7 89.6 ninety three.5 94.nine 95.3 94.7 Substitution Boys ninety one.3 85.6 ninety three. eighty one.eight eighty three.4 ninety six.6 88.6 Women 85.two eighty three.eight seventy five.4 77.two 66.5 79.5 77.nine Analogies Boys 23.one 33.one forty two.5 39.one 40.4 37.eight 36. Women 85.two eighty three.eight seventy five.4 77.two 66.5 79.5 77.nine Spot pattern Boys 116. one hundred. eighty.6 65.two 98.one 82.4 90.4 Common Boys 87.5 82.eight eighty four.7 78.two 86. 85.one eighty four. Women eighty one.7 eighty four.one 73.5 74.3 sixty nine.5 78.6 77. Desk 33. The quantities in the table clearly show the proportion which Negroability is of the ability of white little ones: Women. Ages eight nine 10 eleven 12 thirteen 14 15 sixteen Av. Reasonable memory, immedia
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