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ISNI: 
0000 0001 2208 9200
Name: 
Gowan, J. C.
Gowan, John
Gowan, John C.
Gowan, John Curtis
Dates: 
1912-1986
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Demos, George D.
Khatena, Joe
Khatena, Joseph
Kokaska, Charles J.
Merrill, Pauline Swain
New Hampton Bicentennial Committee
New Hampton Town History Committee
Torrance, E. Paul (1915-2003)
Torrance, Ellis Paul (1915-)
Torrance, Ellis Paul (1915-2003)
United States. Office of Education
Titles: 
academically talented student and guidance, The
Annotated bibliography on creativity & giftedness.
annotated bibliography on the academically talented, 1961., An
Bibliography of writings on the education of able and gifted youth. Cross-indexed [and] unannotated.
comprehensive annotated bibliography of writings on the education of gifted children, A
comprehensive bibliography of writings on the education ... 1959:, A
Creativity : its educational implications
Development of the creative individual.
Development of the psychedelic individual; a psychological analysis of the psychedelic state and its attendant psychic powers.
disadvantaged and potential dropout: compensatory educational programs; a book of readings, The
Educating the ablest : a book of readings on the education of gifted children
education and guidance of the ablest, The
guidance and measurement of intelligence, development, and creativity;, The
guidance of exceptional children; a book of readings., The
Operations of increasing order : and other essays on exotic factors of intellect, unusual powers & abilities, etc. (as found in psychic science)
small gore of land, A : a history of New Hampton, New Hampshire, founded in 1777 : a history of New Hampton from its beginnings through the early 1940s
Trance, art, and creativity : a psychological analysis of the relationship between the individual ego and the numinous element in three modes--prototaxic, parataxic, and syntaxic
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