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Frank W. Stahnisch
With respect to the centrality of psychological testing on a truly global scale today (not to mention human resource recruitment, personality assessment, and terrorism defense), John Richardson's book will acquire a wide readership extending far beyond the community of psychologists and historians of psychology and immigration. In fact, the audience for this book ranges from scholars in American history, historians of science, and public and population health researchers to a wide general readership. Richardson focuses on a long-forgotten forbear and a pioneering test protocol, which often goes unnoticed in many standard psychology and behavioral medicine textbooks. His book is an original contribution.