Healy Pictorial Completion Test I, a picture compl

Made:
c. 1914
maker:
Unknown

Healy Pictorial Completion Test I, a picture completion test for children, originally devised by William Healy in Chicago, to detect juvenile delinquents, c. 1914. In an unusual black box (most of these were sold in a wooden case).

Details

Category:
Psychology, Psychiatry & Anthropometry
Object Number:
2005-738
type:
pictorial completion test
credit:
West Cumberland Hospital, Department of Psychological Services
status:
Permanent collection

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