experimental background of the problem of learning by Albert Rapp

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Published by Division of University Extension, the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tenn .

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Statementby Albert Rapp.
SeriesThe University of Tennessee record. Extension series., Vol. XXII, no. 1
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LC ClassificationsBF107.L4 R3
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Paginationcover title, 467-480 p.
Number of Pages480
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Open LibraryOL191538M
LC Control Numbera 47002520
OCLC/WorldCa5118425

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