The elements in the situation which focused attention upon the possibility of evaluating the musical capacity of nursery school children by a method which might have some approach to reliability were three-fold: an enrollment of thirty-one children, a number of which were almost invariably eager for and interested in the musical phase of the nursery school program; a teacher whose musical ability was considerably above the average, with a professional interest in a problem of this kind; and a psychologist on the staff also interested in the problem.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Vance, Thomas F. and Grandprey, Medora
"The Evaluation of the Musical Capacity of Nursery School Children,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 36(1), 321-328.
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