Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Titel:
Apparatus, Tests and Supplies for Psychology, Psychometry, Psychotechnology, Psychiatry, Neurology, Anthropology, Phonetics, Physiology, and Pharmacology
Person:
Stoelting, C. H.
PURL:
https://digitalesammlungen.uni-weimar.de/viewer/image/lit13685/193/
C. H. STOKLTING CO., CHICAGO, ILL., U. S. A. 
187 
Number Price 
•12060. Musical Talent Test, Seashore’s. A set of 6 phonograph records, designed primarily 
for use in making special surveys in the public schools and for use in the regular 
music course. They should not be used lower than the Fifth Grade because this is 
the lowest grade in which group measurements can be made with any degree of 
satisfaction, and it is early enough for making serious arrangements for a musical 
education. 
These six records furnish material for the most fundamental and essential capacities 
of the musical mind. They furnish a scientific means for aiding in the detection, 
analysis, and l'ating of musical talent. The records are standardized for content that 
requires no change; they give quantitative results which may be verfied to a high 
degree of certainty; they are simple and as nearly self-operating as possible; they are 
well adapted to group measurements; they take into account practice, training, age, 
and intelligence. For teaching purposes the records furnish excellent class experi¬ 
ments in elementary psychology. If the performance of the various tests is taken up 
with the corresponding chapter in Seashore’s “The Psychology of Musical Talent,” 
they will furnish a six-day course in intensive training in the measurement of indi¬ 
vidual differences. 
The complete set of 6 records covers pitch, intensity, time, consonance, memory, and 
sense of rhythm. Including manual with instructions and interpretation. (51A:X23; 
200:280-288) ................................................................... $ 8.4« 
12063. Clerical Test, N.I. of I.P. (Series 25). Well adapted for Great Britain and her colo¬ 
nies, but not a very good test for Americans on account of the problems in English 
currency and a few other minor factors. Per 25................................... 5.20 
Per 100........................................................................ 15.60 
12063A. Manual for No. 42063........................................................... .10 
12066A. “Form Board” A, Paper, Minnesota. Modelled after the Geometrical Construction 
Test (7) of the U.S.A. Beta Test, Form O'. This is a four-page form with 56 items. 
The subject indicates by drawing lines in the large figure of each item just how the 
small one could be fitted into it. One of the Minnesota series of mechanical aptitude 
tests. (P.J. Apr. 1928:473-478.) Per 100......................................... 3.35 
12066B. “Form Board” B, Paper, Minnesota. An alternate form for use where one has reason 
to suspect coaching or a retentive memory on the part of the subject who has taken 
the Form A test. (P.J. Apr. 1 928:473-478.) Per 100............................... 3.35 
12066C. Stencils. For scoring Nos. 42066A and 42066B..................................... 4.50 
42067. 
12068. 
No. 42067. 
No. 42068. 
Strip Building Test, Spielman’s; N.I. of I.P. Devised for the selection of engineering 
apprentices. It consists of a small raised platform with a metal retaining frame on 
three sides, a set of 16 metal strips of the same width but of varying lengths, and a 
standard position card. The metal strips are placed in position on the card and the 
subject is instructed to take the strips and place them on the platform as quickly 
and as neatly as possible. He is not informed that the strips, if properly placed on the 
platform, will virtually cover it. (140:133-134)................................... 
Form Building Test, N.I. of I.P. Another of the National Institute of Industrial 
Psychology tests devised for the selection of engineering apprentices. The test con¬ 
sists of four sets of metal plates of varying shapes, and a set of 4 position cards. 
The metal plates are placed on the position card as outlined and the subject is then 
instructed to take each set of plates in turn and make the required rectangle as 
rapidly as possible. The time for each rectangle is recorded separately. (140:133) .... 
42073. Dial-Feed Machine Operators’ Test, Link’s. This apparatus was suggested by the 
Bogardus, fatigue apparatus (modified in one instance for use as a factory test 
by Dr. Weidensall: see catalog No. 1 9423), and is designed to simulate the operation 
of a hand-feed dial machine. It is very useful in detecting the rhythms required for 
the operation of certain machines. 
15.50 
15.50 
The apparatus consists of a cylindrical enclosure, open at the front, containing a 
phonograph motor of the spring type which revolves a metal disk with adjustable
        

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