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Bibliography: p. 383-394.My book is an epitome of the published writings of President Hall, and is solely that. I have added nothing I have not found in his writings, and I have drawn from no other sources ... Often I have merely condensed, sometimes I have quoted, but more often I have told in my own words the main point of a discussion.I have tried to bring to the topic in hand all that I could find, without regard to the order in which it appeared in the original.--Pref.
|Statement||Sturgis & Walton company|
|Publishers||Sturgis & Walton company|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
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Des deutschen Volkes Erhebung im Jahre 1848, sein Kampf um freie Institutionen und sein Siegesjubel.
Glimpses And Gatherings During A Voyage And Visit To London And The Great Exhibition In The Summer Of 1851
Hall believed in giving "lower races" a chance to accept and adapt to "superior civilization". Edited by link works Created by an anonymous user Imported from. He addresses the weather and how the elderly do not regulate body temperature well. Partridge, Genetic Philosophy of Education: An Epitome of the Published Writings of G.
Science in the New Age: The Paranormal, Its Defenders and Debunkers, and American Culture. Often I have merely condensed, sometimes I have quoted, but more often I have told in my own words the main point of a discussion. Interested in comparative religion, he took a position at the city missionary society and attended multiple types of religious services. His colleague William Burnham had published this phrase in relation to adolescence in an 1889 article titled 'Economy in Intellectual Work'.
There, Hall objected vehemently to the emphasis on teaching traditional subjects, e. The Cambridge Companion to Atheism. He analyzes the myths, the magic, etc.
This work called for a better understanding of the aging process and recognition of the discrimination towards the elderly in society.
In addition, he edited the Pedagogical Seminary after 1892 , the American Journal of Religious Psychology and Education after 1904 , and the Journal of Race Development after 1910.
His establishment of experimental laboratories at Johns Hopkins, the first in the discipline, quickly became the measure of the fully modern psychology department.