The Exceptional Child

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C. Scribner's sons, 1917 - 764

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Pseudoatypical Children p 90 Change of Schools p 90 Different stand
99
CHAPTER VIIEXCEPTIONALLY BRIGHT CHILDREN
106
Robert Wiener p
108
Winifred Sackville Stoner Jr pp 108 f 19 W S boy 572 years p
113
P E G boy 2 years 11 months pp 115 f 707 f 21 Michael Angelo pp 119
119
W B boy 16 years p
120
Ulysses S Grant p
121
Jacques Inaudi p
123
Tredgolds feebleminded man p
124
Otto Pöhler pp 125 f 32 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart p
127
Johann Wolfgang Goethe pp 127 281
128
William James Sidis pp 128 ff
131
CHAPTER VIIIPSYCHOPATHIC DISORDERS AND PSYCHO
140
Dementia vs Amentia p 140 Absence of mental endowment vs destruc
152
H H girl 14 years pp 131 151 f 44 N boy pp 145 ff 45 M boy pp 145 f 46 R boy pp 145 f 47 Parnells boy 12 years p
155
Farnells girl 16 years p
156
Williamss girl 8 years p
157
Charles Lamb p
158
CHAPTER IXTHE FEEBLEMINDED GROUP
159
Vagueness of Definition p 159 Various attempts at definition Amentia
183
Napoleon I pp 186
186
Louise 18 years p
202
CHAPTER XISEXUAL PERVERSION AND PROSTITUTION
213
Prostitution and FeebleMindedness p 213 Small percentage of aments
223
E S boy colored 9 years 9 months p
224
PART IITHE PROBLEM OF CLINICAL RESEARCH
230
F C boy 15 years p
242
G S boy 15 years p
243
R F boy 17 years p
244
boy 1772 years p
245
CHAPTER XIIIAs to STANDARDIZATION
248
trums Illusions etc Tics Vasomotor disturbances Balance Tro
268
CHAPTER XVISCHEDULE OF TESTS
276
T boy 20 years pp 246 586
305
Armando p
317
Boston boy 12 years p
341
Edgerton boy 12 years p
342
Boston girl 11 years p
343
Boston girl 10 years p
344
PART IIITHE PROBLEMS OF PREVENTION
372
Various Aspects p 372 Variations vs deviations Adjustments in home
378
CHAPTER XXIVPROVISIONS FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHIL
481
Kathryne Frick p
503
CHAPTER XXVSANATORIUM SCHOOLS FOR ATYPICAL
504
CHAPTER XXVITHE TRAINING OF TEACHERS
533
CHAPTER XXVIICONCLUSION
545
Classification p 549 The boys of wealth of the middle class of
554
APPENDIX IIA MEDICAL SYMPOSIUM
562
HIPRENATAL AND NATAL CAUSES OF EXCEPTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
574
G male 26 ears p
585
boy 14 years p
587
H H girl 9 years p
588
A boy 14 years p
589
VIIIDEFORMITIES IN CHILDREN by Dr E H Arnold New Haven
592
IXTHE RÔLE OF NEUROMUSCULAR EDUCATION IN TRAINING ATYPICAL
598
XITHE DEAF CHILD FROM THE STANDPOINT OF THE EDUCATOR
610
XIITHE BLIND CHILD by Dr F Park Lewis Buffalo N Y p
618
XIIIHEREDITARY WEAKNESS PREDISPOSING TO TUBERCULAR DISEASES
626
XIV OUTDOOR SCHOOLS AND MEDICAL TREATMENT FOR EXCEPTIONAL
633
XIXTHE MEDICAL TREATMENT OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN by
651
Williamss girl 11 years p
656
Williamss girl 11 years p
659
Williamss boy 11 years p
664
Woman gnawing fox case p
667
Williamss boy 8 years p
668
Williamss boy 3 14 years p
669
Williamss boy 14 years p
672
Williamss case male 30 years p
673
P E G s girl 10 years p
682
XXISEXUAL HYGIENE by Dr Arthur W Weysse Boston Mass
683
XXIVINHERENT IMMORALITY by Dr Ross Moore Los Angeles
696
APPENDIX IIIFIRST AND SECOND YEAR DATA OF
707
Boy 14 years p
712
F G boy 734 years p
713
A W girl wo years p
714
W B boy i1years p
715
T B boy 1042 years p
716
R U boy 11 years p
717
B C boy 11 years p
718
APPENDIX VBIBLIOGRAPHY OF SOME OF THE BOOKS
719
IO Honoré Balzac p 92
725
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