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November 8, 1941

The Nineteen Forty Mental Measurements Yearbook

JAMA. 1941;117(19):1659. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820450083038

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Abstract

This large volume is the fifth of a series of books put out by the Department of Education at Rutgers University. These handbooks have been appearing biannually, and the present volume is a climax, for it is several times larger than the previous volumes in the series. There is little that is original in the volume, for it consists of an alphabetical listing of (1) intelligence, achievement and other educational and psychologic tests and (2) books which have to do with testing and the examination of the individual. The material included may have appeared prior to 1938, but most of it came out during the years 1938-1940. Each test is serially numbered, but the numbers begin not with 1 but with 1182, which follows 1181 in the previous Mental Measurements Yearbook. The book review serial numbers also begin where the previous issue left off. This is not a defect but

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