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ERIC Number: ED003674
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 42
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EFFECT OF PERCEPTUAL TRAINING ON INTELLIGENCE AND ACHIEVEMENT.
CHANSKY, NORMAN M.
THE PERCEPTUAL-MOTOR BEHAVIOR IN LEARNING WAS STUDIED IN RELATIONSHIP TO INTELLIGENCE AND SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT. THE SAMPLE CONSISTED OF 178 THIRD-GRADE PUPILS, WHO WERE MATCHED ON RACE, SEX, INTELLIGENCE AND ACHIEVEMENT, RESULTING IN FOUR EQUIVALENT GROUPS. TRAINING METHODS INCLUDED BLOCKS, PUZZLES, AND READING. POST-TEST PROCEDURES WERE EMPLOYED UPON COMPLETION OF THE PROGRAM. ANALYSES WERE MADE BY ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE. THE RESULTS INDICATED THAT THE GREATEST GAINS MADE WERE IN GROUPS RECEIVING THE READING AND BLOCK TREATMENTS. (RS)
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Identifiers: NORTH CAROLINA; North Carolina (Raleigh)