“A rigorous criterion of feeblemindedness”: a critique


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Abstract

Reference is made to Jastak's paper (see 24: 1293). “The purposes of this critique are: (a) to point out that other characteristics of the feebleminded were clearly implied in Jastak's article, (b) to show the relationship of these other criteria to the psychometric criterion, and (c) to discuss the significance of the psychometric criterion for a more inclusive concept of feeblemindedness.” (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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