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REFERENCES FOR READING

In selecting the following lists of references for further reading, the needs of the practical teacher have been kept constantly in mind. It has been the aim to suggest helpful books and articles which are easily accessible, and to this end considerable use has been made of the more important educational and psychological magazines and the Addresses and Proceedings of the National Education Association (previous to 1907 the National Educational Association), which are usually found in any general or professional library. In deciding upon any particular reference, the topics presented in the Exercises and Problems were kept in mind especially, although it was the aim to suggest not less than three references relating to each principle discussed in the text. Inasmuch as this book does not attempt to consider questions of the curriculum or any phase of the history or philosophy of education, no reference has been made to readings relating to these fields. Some of the references are designed wholly for those who have had no previous study of psychology or education, and they are indicated by (E), while others, denoted by (A), are more advanced, and may be read to greatest advantage by those who are familiar with the elements of biology, psychology, and education.

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GOOD ORDER

ALDRICH: The Story of a Bad Boy (E). Boston (1892),

Houghton Mifflin Co. ANGELL: Habit and Attention (A). In The Psychological Review, vols. iii, and v.

BAGLEY: Class-room Management, chaps. iv, ix, x, xi, xii,

(E). New York (1909), The Macmillan Co. BAGLEY: The Educative Process, chap. xxiii, (A). New

York (1907), The Macmillan Co. BALDWIN: Mental Development,—Methods and Processes,

chap. xv, (A). New York (1895), The Macmillan Co. BETTS: The Recitation, chaps. i, ii, iii, iv, v, (E). Boston

(1910), Houghton Mifflin Co. BOLTON: Principles of Education, chaps. vii, xxvi, (A).

New York (1910), Chas. Scribner's Sons. BRYAN: Nascent Stages and Their Pedagogical Signifi

cance (E). In The Pedagogical Seminary, vol. vii. CHAMBERS: The Evolution of Ideals (E). In The Peda

gogical Seminary, vol. x. COOLEY: Human Nature and The Social Order, chaps. iü,

xii, (A). New York (1910), Chas. Scribner's Sons. CROSWELL: Amusements of Worcester School Children

(E). In The Pedagogical Seminary, vol. vi. DE GARMO: Herbart and the Herbartians, chap. V, (E).

New York (1895), The Macmillan Co. DE GARMO: Interest and Education, chap. viii, (A). New

York (1906), The Macmillan Co. DEWEY: Interest as Related to the Will (A). Chicago

(1889), National Herbart Soc. Year Book. FORBUSH: The Boy Problem, A Study in Social Pedagogy.

(E). Boston (1907), The Pilgrim Press. GROOS: The Play of Man, Part III, (E). New York

(1906), The Macmillan Co. GUILLET: Recapitulation and Education (A). In The

Pedagogical Seminary, vol. vii. HALL and SMITH: Curiosity and Interest (E). In The

Pedagogical Seminary, vol. x. HANCOCK: Work and Play (E). Educator, vol. xxv. HORNE: Psychological Principles of Education, chap. xxv, (E). New York (1906), The Macmillan Co.

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JAMES: Talks to Teachers, etc., pp. 199–288, (E). New

York (1906), H. Holt & Co. JOHNSON: An Educational Experiment (E). In The Ped

agogical Seminary, vol. vi. JOHNSON: Education by Plays and Games, chaps. i and ii,

(E). Boston (1907), Ginn & Co. KIRKPATRICK: Fundamentals of Child Study, chap. xvii,

(E). New York (1903), The Macmillan Co. KIRKPATRICK: Genetic Psychology, chap. v, (A). New

York (1910), The Macmillan Co. LAING: An Inductive Study of Interest (E). Educational

Review, vol. xvi. LOCKE: Some Thoughts Concerning Education (E). Lon

don (1892), Cambridge University Press. MCDOUGAL: Interest and Development (E). In the Jour

nal of Pedagogy, vol. xv. M’LENNAN: Emotion, Desire, and Interest (A). In the

Psychological Review, vol. ii. PUFFER: A Study of Boy Gangs (E). In The Pedagogical

Seminary, vol. vii, pp. 175-212. ROSS: Social Psychology, chap. ii, (A). New York (1909),

The Macmillan Co. ROWE: Habit Formation and The Science of Teaching,

chaps. v and vi, (A). New York (1909), Longmans,

Green & Co. RUEDIGER: Principles of Education, chap. ii, (A). Bos

ton (1910), Houghton Mifflin Co. STEARNS: Children's Ideas of Right and Wrong (E).

Archives of Psychology, No. 12, 1909. SULLY: Studies of Childhood (E). New York (1896), D.

Appleton & Co. THORNDIKE: Principles of Teaching, chap. vii, (A).

New York (1906), A. G. Seiler. TRIPLETT: A Study of the Faults of Children (E). In The Pedagogical Seminary, vol. x.

TUCKER: Comparative Observation on the Involuntary

Movements of Adults and Children (A). American Jour

nal of Psychology, vol. viii. TYLER: Growth and Education, chaps i-iii, and xiii, (A).

Boston (1907), Houghton Mifflin Co. VANDEWALKER: The Culture Epoch Theory from an

Anthropological Standpoint (A). In the Educational Re

view, vol. ii. WRIGHT: Some Effects of Incentives on Work and Fa

tigue (A). In the Psychological Review, vol. xiii.

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DISCIPLINE

ADLER: The Moral Instruction of Children (E). New

York (1895), The International Education Series, D. Ap

pleton & Co. ALLEN: Civics and Health, Part II, (E). Boston (1909),

Ginn & Co. ANDREWS: History as an Aid to Moral Culture (E). Na

tional Educational Association, 1894, pp. 397-409. ARISTOTLE: Politics. Translated, with an Analysis and

Critical Notes, by J. E. C. Welldon, Book IV, chaps. xivxvii, and all of Book V, (A). New York (1897), The

Macmillan Co. BALDWIN: Bashfulness in Children (E). In the Educa

tional Review, vol. viii, pp. 434 441. BALDWIN: Social and Ethical Interpretations, chap. ix,

(A). New York (1895), The Macmillan Co. BARNES: Punishment as Seen by Children (E). In The

Pedagogical Seminary, vol. iii, October, 1895. BENDER: The Teacher at Work, pp. 176-213, (E). Chi

cago (1902), Ainsworth & Co.

BLAKE: Importance of Hearing Tests in the Public School

(E). National Educational Association, 1903, pp. 1013–

1019. BOHANNON: The Only Child in the Family (E). In The

Pedagogical Seminary, vol. v, p. 475. BREESE: On Inhibition (A). In the Psychological Review,

vol. iii, and Monograph Supplement, BUCK: Boys' Self-Governing Clubs (E). New York

(1903), The Macmillan Co. BURK: Teasing and Bullying (E). In The Pedagogical

Seminary, vol. iv. BURNHAM: Health Inspection in Schools (E). In The

Pedagogical Seminary, vol. vii, pp. 70-93. BURNHAM: Hygiene of Home Study (E). In The Peda

gogical Seminary, vol. xii, pp. 213-229. BURNHAM: Hygiene of the Nose (E). In The Pedagog

ical Seminary, vol. xv, pp. 155–168. CHANCELLOR: Education for Social Control (E). Add.

and Proc. National Educational Association, 1901, pp. 619

626. CURTIS: Inhibition (A). In The Pedagogical Seminary,

vol. vi, No. 1. DARRAH: Children's Attitude Toward Law (E). In

Studies in Education, edited by Earl Barnes, vol. i, pp.

213—216, 254–258. DE GARMO: The Value of Literature in Moral Training

(E). National Educational Association, 1894, pp. 388_397. DEWEY: Interest as Related to Will (A). Second Supple

ment to the Year Book for 1885 of the Herbart Society. DEXTER: The Child and the Weather (E). In The Ped

agogical Seminary, vol. v, pp. 512-522. FOREL: Nervous and Mental Hygiene, chaps. ix-xi, (A).

New York (1907), G. P. Putnam's Sons. FREAR: Class Punishment (E). In Studies in Education, edited by Earl Barnes, vol. i, pp. 332-337.

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