Psychological Test, Form Board, Healy Pictorial Completion Test I

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This test is in a black, cloth-covered paper box. It consists of a picture of a country scene painted on paper and munted on plywood with a cloth backing. There are ten square holes in the picture. In addition, there are fifty square wooden pieces, each with a portion of a picture on top, that fit into the holes. These pieces are stored in a wooden rack that fits in the bottom of the box. The rack has four indentations to hold the pieces.
A manual accompanying the test by William Healy isentitled: Manual for Pictorial Completion Test I, Cat. No. 46251, Chicago: C.H. Stoelting. This is a reprint of a 1914 article by Healy. This test is a later version (differing, at least, in its box) of a test described in; C.H. Stoelting, Apparatus, Tests and Supplies, 1936, p. 157.
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C. H. Stoelting Company
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United States: Illinois, Chicago
overall: 4 cm x 38 cm x 29 cm; 1 9/16 in x 14 31/32 in x 11 13/32 in
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Gift of Emporia Kansas State College, Department of Psychology
Psychological Tests
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National Museum of American History


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