Edinburgh -- Scotland
Found in 832 Collections and/or Records:
Thomson informs Ledermann he has received proofs from the British Journal of Psychology, and expresses regret that he and Ledermann's Univariate articles are to be separated in different volumes.
He also informs Ledermann that he will send his cheque on the first of the month, since this will give them some interest in the account, and gives him the address of James Fitzjames Duff in Durham, where he will be staying.
Thomson continues to discuss Burt's paper, The Correlation between Persons, from the British Journal of Psychology, Jul 1937, providing an alternative to Burt's formula, which he criticises as being unnecessarily complex.
Thomson asks Ledermann to discuss an example given by Burt in his article on correlations between persons which Thomson is having difficulty with, at their next meeting. He expounds upon the point in great detail, with most of the letter taken up with his working.
Thomson discusses his difficulties in retrieving offprints from Customs House at Leith.
Thomson continues to discuss Burt's article, The Correlation between Persons. He reproduces equations Ledermann sent in response to his previous letter, and asks him to clarify them.
Thomson gives Ledermann his address at the Training College, Bingley, for the following fortnight, informing him he will be lecturing there and asking him to write. He also mentions an enclosed cheque, which has not survived in the collection, asking Ledermann to sign and return it.
Short letter in which Thomson reminds Ledermann to order 150 offprints of Ledermann's article, which the research fund will pay for.
Small postcard regarding Ledermann's comments on Thomson's use of the auxiliary matrix.