by Maria Montessori
Publisher: Frederick A. Stokes company 1913
Number of pages: 584
Contents: Modern tendencies of anthropology and their relation to pedagogy; Certain principles of general biology; Craniology; Thorax; Pelvis; Limbs; Skin and pigments; Technical part; Statistical methodology; Biographic history of the pupil and his antecedents; Application of biometry to anthropology for the purpose of determining the medial man.
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