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us: Lindquist, E. F., 1901-1978

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    • us: Lindquist, Everet F., 1901-1978
    • us: Lindquist, Everett Franklin, 1901-1978
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        (naf) Gowrie (Iowa)
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        (naf) Iowa
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        • Organization: (naf) University of Iowa
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        (lcsh) Educators
          (lcsh) College teachers
      • Sources

        • found: nuc90-65159: Canadian tests of basic skills ... c1976 (hdg. on CaBVaU rept.: Lindquist, E. F., 1901- ; usage: E.F. Lindquist)
        • found: OCLC, March 25, 2002 (hdg.: Lindquist, E. F. 1901- ; Lindquist, Everet Franklin; Lindquist, Everet F. (Everet Franklin); usage: E.F. Lindquist; Everet F. Lindquist)
        • found: Biographical Dictionary of Iowa, Oct. 7, 2014 ( Lindquist, Everet Franklin (June 4, 1901-May 13, 1978) educator, research engineer, and pioneer in the field of standardized educational mea surement - was born in Gowrie, Iowa, to Jonas and Hannah Lindquist. He received a B.A. from Augustana College in 1922; taught at Mascoutah High School in Illinois until 1925; took graduate work in mathematical physics at the University of Chicago; and earned a Ph.D. from the State University of Iowa in 1927) {}
        • found: Wikipedia, Oct. 7, 2014 (Everett Franklin Lindquist; born June 4, 1901 in Gowrie, Iowa; died May 13, 1978; professor of education at the University of Iowa. He is best known as the creator of the ACT and other standardized tests. His contributions to the field of educational testing are significant and still evident today. Lindquist joined the University of Iowa in 1925 as a research assistant. He received his Ph. D. in 1927 and was a member of the Iowa faculty until retirement in 1969.)
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