Review of Reviews,  13 (1896), 277–80.

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Human Development, Psychology, Disability, Disease

    Asserts that 'Nothing more important or more interesting to the ordinary reader has been published in the way of science for many months' than James Sully's 'reasoned plea for the closer and more intelligent study of child-psychology. Addressed more particularly to parents and young teachers, its language is never unduly scientific [...]. Here certainly is a book which it behoves every parent to read, and not to read lightly' (279).

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