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The Psychology of the Modern Branches, Frank Nugent Freeman

Freeman, Frank Nugent. "Chapter One." The Psychology of the Modern Branches. N.p.: n.p., 1916. N. pag. Print.

It can be inferred from the passage that the author assumes the reader is


a general reader who will not question parts of the author's argument.


a psychologist looking for treatments for illnesses.


a scholar who is seeking the best methods to teach a skill.


a researcher who is seeking specific data to prove a thesis.


a child who needs to improve her handwriting.

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