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Charles Wilfred Valentine (16 August 1879 - 26 May 1964) was a British educationalist and psychologist.

Valentine was President of the British Psychology Society in 1947-48 and became an Honorary Fellow of the Society in 1958.[1]

Bibliography Edit

  • The Normal child and some of his abnormalities (1963), Pelican Books.
  • Experimental Psychology of Beauty (1962), Methuen.
  • Parents and children: A first book on the psychology of child development and training (1955)
  • The Difficult Child and the Problem of Discipline, (1947), Methuen.
  • The human factor in the army;: Some applications of psychology to training, selection, morale and discipline (1945)
  • Principles of army instruction: with special reference to elementary weapon training (1943)
  • The Psychology of Early Childhood. A study of mental development in the first years of life (1942), Methuen.
  • Latin: its place and value in education, (1935)

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