Psychological Test, Vocational Aptitude Examination Type E-A

Psychological Test, Vocational Aptitude Examination Type E-A

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This test of executive ability from 1935 is the joint product of Glen U. Cleeton (1895-1980), a professor of psychology and education at Carnegie Institute of Technology, and Charles W. Mason (1888-1948), a former public school teacher in Pittsburgh and reader’s counselor at the Carnegie Library in Pittsburgh (the counseling position was introduced in the library at the time of the Depression). Cleeton and Mason would also write a book on finding and developing executive ability.
Cleeton, G.U. and C.W. Mason, Executive Ability: Its Discovery and Development, Yellow Springs, Ohio: Antioch Press, 1946.
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Object Name
Psychological Test
date made
Mason, C. W.
Cleeton, Glen U.
Psychological Corporation
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
overall: 21.5 cm x 28 cm; 8 15/32 in x 11 1/32 in
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Credit Line
Gift of David Gold
Psychological Tests
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