|Title:||Clarence Meredith Hincks 1885 - 1964 A Recollection|
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Series of interviews broadcasted on sunday feb. 7th. 1965 (two weeks after his death) by Marion Barrett and Cyril Greenland for the CBC Radio Network "Project '65" program.
Album Tracks. About & Images. Similar Releases. Discover Releases. Tracks In This Album. Similar Artists. Am J Psychiatry. 1965 May121:1144-6. author Griffin Jd, year 1965 . Griffin Jd. Published 1965. View via Publisher. Save to Library. Create Alert. Filed under: Hincks, Clarence, 1885-1964. Clarence Hincks: Mental Health Crusader Toronto and Oxford: Hannah Institute and Dundurn Press, 1990, by Charles G. Items below if any are from related and broader terms. Help with reading books - Report a bad link - Suggest a new listing. Home - Search - New Listings - Authors - Titles - Subjects - Serials. DISCLAIMER NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO MUSIC IN THIS VIDEO. I DO NOT MONETIZE THIS VIDEO. He received his MD from the University of Toronto in 1907 and, finding general practice unsuitable, obtained a part-time post as medical inspector for Toronto schools. In this capacity he was the first to introduce the newly developed Binet-Simon tests for intelligence into Canada. Speaking rate and information content in English lingua franca oral presentations. R Hincks. English for specific purposes 29 1, 4-18, 2010. Measures and perceptions of liveliness in student oral presentation speech: A proposal for an automatic feedback mechanism. System 33 4, 575-591, 2005. Speech recognition for language teaching and evaluating: A study of existing commercial products. Seventh International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, 2002. 1885 - 1964 World Events. Refresh this page to see various historical events that occurred during Clarence's lifetime. Four civilians and two policemen were injured. In 1964, Willson produced three original summer variety specials for CBS under the title Texaco Star Parade. The first special premiered on June 5, 1964 and starred Willson and his wife, Rini. In 1982, he and Rosemary appeared in the audience of The Lawrence Welk Show. Willson returned several times to his hometown for the North Iowa Band Festival, an annual event celebrating music with a special emphasis on marching bands