Americans in Paris: a Literary Anthology (Library of

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He was not a visionary enraptured with the romantic image of the last American frontier in space and consumed by the adventure of exploring the unknown. In 1905 French psychologist Alfred Binet began developing a standardized test of intelligence, work that would eventually be incorporated into a version of the modern IQ test, dubbed the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Test. Checklist of American imprints for.... 1820- New York: Scarecrow Press, 1964- First printings of American authors: contributions toward descriptive checklists.

Pages: 650

Publisher: Library of America; 1st edition (March 30, 2004)

ISBN: 1931082561

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