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Maze-running experiments on both humans and rats furnish data which prove that no maze is satisfactorily analyzed with respect to all of its parts and the conditions they present to learning to allow unequivocal conclusions on individual or group differences. But after automatization in...
Peterson replies to White and Tolman as regards divergences and agreements in the experimental results obtained by them on the order of elimination of short and long blind alleys in maze-learning. From Psych Bulletin 23:04:00282.
Case histories and reëducation records of three aphasics, one being merely unable to talk and the other two showing besides inability to talk evidences(?) of syphilitic infections. Training in the naming of simple objects, colors, and geometrical forms was slow at first but easier and more rapid...
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