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Discusses the factors involved in the development of psychoses. There has been a general tendency to neglect mental causes; however, there are recent tendencies to attribute more weight to psychogenic factors in certain diseases. The psychoanalytic theories of Freud, Jung, and others, have shown...
Reviews the book, by Dr. C. G. Jung (1907). The fruit of three years of experimental work and clinical observations, this study represents the most comprehensive analysis of the interesting set of phenomena of a very frequent type of disorder, which tends in a large percentage of the cases to...
Reviews the article, by C. G. Jung (1907). In connection with his further studies in association Jung reports some interesting experiments in which he has very cleverly made use of the so-called 'galvano-psycho-physical reflex.' Jung has perfected a means of representing graphically the...
Reviews the book, by Dr. Bernheim (1907). Bernheim has repudiated the existence of a special auditory or visual speech center. There are only centers for the crude sensory impressions. Visual and auditory memory images are like all phenomena of consciousness evoked in the There is no...
Reviews by F. Hartmann. In connection with the discussion of Marie's center of the 'stock of things acquired by diadactic procedures,' Hartmann's recent study is of interest as an apparent vindication of functions of the frontal lobe. It is reported here especially because of its emphasis on a...
Reviews books by Pierre Marie from 1906-1907. Marie's views are based on over 100 cases of aphasia of which over 50 are with autopsies. In his marvelous service at Bicêtre he has over 30 cases of aphasia at a time. He early found a remarkable difference between his observations and the book...
Discusses the book by Mobius (1907), which sketches the schism between psychology and natural science. Agrees with Mobius that formal psychology is barren, and that the chief duty of a psychologist is to use simple language, avoid formal terminology, and distinguish between what is experienced...
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