"Measurement of intelligence" will be the subject of a lecture by Assistant Professor H. S. Langfeld in the New Lecture Hall this afternoon at 4.30 o'clock. This will be the fifth of a series of eight Monday afternoon lectures being conducted for the benefit of the Radcliffe Endowment Fund. Tickets may be bought at the door for $1.50 by those who have not secured tickets for the series. This lecture is open to the public.
Professor Langfeld is one of the eminent psychologists of the University faculty. In 1909 he was a research fellow at the University, later becoming an instructor, and in 1915 an associate professor in Psychology. His published works are "On the Psychophysiology of a Prolonged Fast", "An Elementary Laboratory Course in Psychology", and "The Aesthetic Attitude." In 1918 Professor Langfeld was in France connected with the research section of the Y. M. C. A.
To date the series has included lectures by Professor J. L. Lowes G. '03, of the Department of English, Professor G. H. Parker '87, of the Department of Zoology, Professor F. W. Taussig '79, Henry Leee Professor of Economics, and Associate Professor G. H. Edgell '09, of the Department of Fine Arts. Next week Professor J. D. M. Ford '94, Smith Professor of the French and Spanish Languages, will speak on "Hispanic America".