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NEW HALF-COURSE WILL BE OFFERED NEXT YEAR IN CHILD PSYCHOLOGY

NEW TYPE OF STUDY HAS JUST BEEN STARTED AT YALE Anniversary Assembly

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Child Psychology will be the subject of a half-year course to be given the first half of next year. It will be given by Roger G. Barker, whose appointment as instructor in Psychology next year was announced several days ago.

Henry A. Murray, Jr. '15 Assistant professor of Abnormal and Dynamic Psychology, has been making arrangements for the new course, which will make Harvard the second University to give such a course. Yale has had one this year and it has proved very successful.

Barker is at present working at the University of Iowa.

The second half of the year will be devoted to a course in Abnormal Psychology to be given by Robert M. White 2M, at present working for his doctor's degree.

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