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The Psychology Of Efficiency: An Experimental Study Of The Processes Involved In The Solution Of Mechanical Puzzles And
In The Acquisition Of Skill In Their Manipulation; Issue 15 Of Archives Of Psychology; Volume 19, Issue 2 Of Columbia
University Contributions To Philosophy And Psychology; Volume 19, Issue 2 Of Contributions To Philosophy And Psychology;
Columbia University; The Psychology Of Efficiency: An Experimental Study Of The Processes Involved In The Solution Of
Mechanical Puzzles And In The Acquisition Of Skill In Their Manipulation

Henry Alford Ruger

The Science press, 1910

Ability; Puzzles

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