Of course every experiment is a project, literally, but usually there are two outstanding weaknesses. One is the failure to connect the study closely with other courses and to bring general lecture and text-book material to bear upon the experiments. The other is the tendency to follow directions literally with eyes and hands, with but little real cerebration.
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Sylvester, R. H.
"The Project Method in Laboratory Psychology,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 36(1), 344-344.
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