Definition of Asthenics
1. asthenic [n] - See also: asthenic
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Asthenics
Literary usage of Asthenics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Psychology of Subnormal Children by Leta Stetter Hollingworth (1920)
"Wylie, RT, A Study of the Senses of the Feeble-Minded. Journal of Psycho-asthenics. Vol. IV, 4. 16. Wylie. RT, Motor Ability and Control of Feeble-Minded. ..."
2. A Handbook of Mental Tests: A Further Revision and Extension of the Binet by Frederick Kuhlmann (1922)
"Psychological Principles underlying the Binet-Simon Scale and Some Practical Considerations for its Correct Use. J. Psycho- asthenics,. ..."
3. The Medical Clinics of North America by Richard J. Havel, K. Patrick Ober (1921)
"It is much better to wait for the renewed strength and vigor that is bound to come from a refreshed and rested mind and body. Neurosis in asthenics deserves ..."
4. A Scale of performance tests by Rudolf Pintner, Donald Gildersleeve Paterson (1917)
"233-269; "The Present Status of the Binet and Simon Tests of the Intelligence of Children," Journal of Psycho-asthenics, Vol. xvi, No. 3 (March, 1912), pp. ..."
5. Transactions of the Association of American Physicians by Association of American Physicians (1903)
"neuropathic and asthenics, it ... if not heard exclusively among neuropathies, constitutional asthenics, and tuberculous patients, is heard far oftener in ..."
6. Social Pathology by Samuel George Smith (1911)
"Their report appears in the Journal of Psycho-asthenics for December, 1910.1 Their important conclusions are as follows: "The term feeble-minded is used ..."