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Morris Steggerda's handwritten directions for administering Form Discrimination Tests conducted at Mico College for Race Crossing in JamaicaC
Date:
1927
Pages:1 of 1
Source:
National Museum of Health and Medicine, Otis Historical Archives, Steggerda, Box 5 Folder 42, 97 2451a
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Morris Steggerda's handwritten directions for administering Form Discrimination Tests conducted at Mico College for <i>Race Crossing in Jamaica</i>C

97 2451 a Feb 14 1927 Feb 28 1927 Form Discrimination Tests Mico College Directions: The students were asked to look at right side of the page. Then they were to decide whether that figure was perfect of not perfect. - If perfect then they were to record "P" - If not perfect then record "N". They were alowed[sic] 10 sec for each decision and were not allowed to turn the page until directed. Morris Steggerda [inserted note, left side torn] Record Office entific Directors velch, Chairman Lewellys F. Barker hard Charles B. Davenport, Secretary and Resident Director Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N. Y. Note The Half-Way Free School is considered one of the best of the primary Schools. Mrs. Sutherland is not white but is very fair. Steggerda 1/20/27 [end]

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