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Psychologists are beginning to be more doubtful about the test results as a guide to the future progress of a child. 58 PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE avoidable accidents to be i m p o r t a n t . Experience shows that more t h a n one-third of all children come within this range and, for all practical purposes these may be called ' average \ T h e further from the average we go the fewer children we find. s falling below 85. At the age of five, then, w h e n all have to begin school, onet e n t h of the children will have a mental age below four-anda-quarter.
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