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Thesis (M.Ed)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1957. Department of Educational Psychology and Measurements.
Although the concept of human resource is highly complex, one of the main factors in its highest possible development is the use of intellectual ability to the highest potential degree possible. The purpose of the present investigation is to study a group of juniors and seniors of high ability and/or achievement enrolled at the University of Nebraska during the second semester of the school year 1956-57.These people of high intelligence were selected as those juniors and seniors attending the University whose high potential ability had been indicated on the American Council on Education Psychological Examination.
Advisor: William E. Hall