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“Psychometric Experiments”

  • By: Ronald C. Eaves, Suzanne Woods-Groves & Thomas O. Williams Jr.
  • In: Encyclopedia of Research Design
  • Edited by: Neil J. Salkind
  • Subject:Research Design

“Psychometric Experiments” is an article written by Sir Francis Galton that described new methods for measuring human thought. He believed that if one wished to study the mind, there must be some replicable, verifiable means of measuring and quantifying its operation.

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