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"It has often been stated by many writers from their own personal observations, but without experimental evidence, that if pupils and teachers work in harmony with a mutual feeling of understanding and cooperation, a friendly atmosphere will result which is conducive to effective learning. On the other hand, teachers who are aloof and unfriendly and who irritate and antagonize their pupils destroy interests and incentives for learning, and promote, instead, resentment, unwholesome attitudes, and personality disorders. It is the purpose of this paper to support or refute such statements"--Introduction.