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March 10, 1923

University of Iowa Studies in Psychology. Psychological Monographs, Vol. VIII.

JAMA. 1923;80(10):719. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02640370055034

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In this monograph are fourteen articles on sound perception, two on measurements of motor control, and one on measurement of coordination of eye and hand. In these articles, instruments, technic and norms are discussed. As such they serve as a point of comparison and departure for studies of the diseased. The results of some of the tests of tone perception show a wide range between individuals. The methods and tests are rather too elaborate to lead to their use in the medical clinical laboratories.

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