read the following in The Story of Psychology: Hunt, M. (2007). The story of psychology. New York, NY: Anchor Books. ISBN 9780307278074 Chapter 8, “The Measurers,” pages 233–273. Chapter 9, “The Behaviorists,” pages 274–317. Controversial Issues in Mental Testing Two very controversial arguments have emerged from the field of mental testing. The first is the social policy of eugenics, which in its strictest form advocates the nonreproduction of “inferior” people. The second is the IQ controversy, which focuses on the nature versus nurture debate and the general issue of fairness in intelligence testing. This is a two-part question: Choose one of these issues and advocate for or against it. This is a question of opinion, and all viewpoints must and will be respected, but use scientific concepts and logical argument as you explain your opinion. How did the mental testing school of thought contribute to the growth of psychology as a professional field and scientific discipline? What effects did this school of thought have on modern psychology?