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A study of the mental, pedagogical and physical development of the pupils of the Junior division of the University high school, Eugene, Oregon

By Ruch, G. M. (Giles Murrel)

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Title: A study of the mental, pedagogical and physical development of the pupils of the Junior division of the University high school, Eugene, Oregon  
Author: Ruch, G. M. (Giles Murrel)
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Language: English
Subject: Eugene, Or. University high school, Psychological tests, Child development
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1920
Publisher: Eugene University of Oregon

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M. (Giles Murrel), 1892-194, R. G. (1920). A study of the mental, pedagogical and physical development of the pupils of the Junior division of the University high school, Eugene, Oregon. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Contributor: The Library of Congress. Digital scans produced from original paper book shelf at library. The digitalization of this book was sponsored by Sloan Foundation; Additional Subject Descriptions: Eugene, Or. University high school; Psychological tests; Child development

 

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