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good "basis for comparing his personality in a concrete faah-
ion with that of another*
for the purpose of treatment in thia thesis.* personality
as James lehh phrase® it, is taien to "be wa result of harmo-
nious interaction of various phase® of the human organism..n
It may he accepted as axiomatic that people are all die-
similar* It is advocated that the curriculum and life in the
home he centered around the needs, interestsand experiences
of the child, Accurate knowledge is needed* then,, as to what
the®# needs* interests* and experiences really are, hotli a® to
the individual child and as to the group into which the child
may he classified* If one wishes to affect or alter the child,
it is necessary to understand the nature of the personality
*ith which one is to deal, one say to understand children is
to caapare groups of the® which have "been influenced "by dif-
ferent factors* the Integration of personality and the forma-
tion of desirable traits may he regarded as the most impor-
tant objective of the educational system* Qoode, Barr, and
Scates introduce the field of personality testing in their
*°°k Methodology of Kducatlonal Research, m follows?
• • • it has long heen recognized that personality traits
are among the most important outcomes to he hoped for* ♦ , ,
Hot until personality, in its many different phases, can
i'® appraised "by the teacher with as much significance to
her as measurements of academic achievement have, and
also with reasonable accuracy*. can research workers or
practical educators feel that appraisal procedures have
"been brought t© a satisfactory level#4
^Carter V. Good, A. S* Barr, and Douglas Scates, The
Methodology of iducatlonal Research. pp 311, 516*
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Leith, Beulah Thornton. The Effect of Individual Guidance on Maladjusted Children with Respect to Personality Development and Achievement in Reading, thesis, 1950; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc130212/m1/31/: accessed April 30, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .