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There is probably no name with which the scientific psychologic world is more familiar than that of Lewis M. Terman, who standardized the modern Binet test, which is used in the United States and which has now been applied to many millions of people. He is known to the cognoscenti for his excellent work concerning the differences in the thinking processes of the superior child and the near-genius. Such monumental works are only a sampling of the excellent contributions which the senior author of the present volume has made to the science of psychology. The junior author, Catharine Cox Miles, has already published an excellent study of the social psychology of sex, so that there are probably no two people who are, together, better equipped to study the problem predicated in this book. The present volume is an outgrowth of Terman's earlier studies of genius and here is presented a
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