Definition of Educability

1. n. Capability of being educated.



Definition of Educability

1. Noun. The state of being educable ¹

2. Noun. The degree to which someone is educable ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Educability

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Literary usage of Educability

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1. The Dancing Mouse: A Study in Animal Behavior by Robert Mearns Yerkes (1907)
"In order to supplement the knowledge of this subject thus incidentally gained and to discover the principles of educability, the specially devised ..."

2. Methods and Experiments in Mental Tests by Cyril Albert Richardson (1922)
"CHAPTER V THE RELIABILITY OF THE GROUP INTELLIGENCE TEST AS AN INDEX OF educability IN Chapter II we discussed an experiment the results of which pointed to ..."

3. The Learning Process by Stephen Sheldon Colvin (1911)
"CHAPTER IV THE educability OF INSTINCTS AND HABITS THE most fundamental instincts cannot be entirely eliminated. Since they represent those impulses which ..."

4. On the Functions of the Brain and of Each of Its Parts: With Observations on by Franz Josef Gall (1835)
"The result of all these observations made on the most different classes of animals, is, that the educability or perfectibility of brutes must be considered ..."

5. The Philosophy of Education: Being the Foundation of Education in the by Herman Harrell Horne (1907)
"1 It would seem that in man alone of the mammals has the cerebrum developed to the extent of limitless educability. Certainly he is the most educable of the ..."

6. Secrets of Animal Life by John Arthur Thomson (1919)
"VIII THE educability OF A SNAIL IT has been well established that a common garden-snail can find its way home over difficult country from a distance of six ..."

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