Category Archives: Questions

Questions of the Day and of the Fray published 12 numbers between 1910-23 under the imprint of the Francis Galton Laboratory for National Eugenics.

Pearson (1922) Francis Galton 1822-1922. A Centenary Appreciation

Questions of the Day and of the Fray number 11: Pearson, Karl. 1922. Francis Galton, 1822–1922. A Centenary Appreciation. With Frontispiece Drawing of Francis Galton (London: Cambridge University Press). 23 pp. Questions of the Day and of the Fray number 11

Pearson (1914) Mendelism and the Problem of Mental Defect. III. On the Graduated Character of Mental Defect etc.

Questions of the Day and of the Fray number 9: Pearson, Karl. 1914. Mendelism and the Problem of Mental Defect. III. On the Graduated Character of Mental Defect and on the need for Standardizing Judgments as to the Grade of Social Inefficiency Which Shall Involve Segregation (London: Dulau and Co.). 51 pp. Questions of the Day and of… Read More »

Questions of the Day and of the Fray

Questions of the Day and of the Fray published 12 numbers between 1910-23. Twelve numbers were published between 1910-23. A facsimile published by Garland reprinted numbers 1-8.[i] Possibly, the omission of number 10 relates to its availability through a different publisher, while the omission of numbers 11 and 12 relates to their biographical nature. Pearson created this series primarily for… Read More »