Education: Mind Cracked

Modern psychology leans to the theory that the human mind is a piece of machinery, which can be measured by the way it acts on raw material. Thus the psychologists feed into the machine a set of questions called an intelligence test, lump the answers together as one product and weigh it, labeling the weight the I. Q. But one school of psychologists, believing the I. Q. is too crude a measure (like lumping apples, oranges and bananas all together and calling them fruit), has been trying to break up the mind into its...

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