The forty-six students who are majoring in music have been given a series of psychological tests during the year 1919-1920. The tests for sense of pitch, sense of intensity, sense of time, sense of consonance, and tonal memory were given not only to those majoring in music, but also to the large groups in harmony and history of music, by means of the phonograph disks. The large groups were also given the army intelligence test and the auditory imagery group test.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Gaw, Esther Allen
"The Talent Survey in Our Music School,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 27(1), 227-228.
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