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Presents a review of (1911) by James Mark Baldwin. It would be difficult to disentangle the purely psychological considerations developed in this volume. One of the virtues of the work doubtless lies precisely in the interpenetration of psychical, logical, ethical, and aesthetic "thoughts and...
Reviews the book by Alfred Lehmann (1912). The scope of the book is limited to psychology of the normal adult. The data of child psychology are used only where they give a better understanding of the adult mind. The book is divided into four parts. In the first part mental phenomena in general...
The following data are submitted in order to add to the evidence already offered by Galton, Calkins, Pierce, Claparede, Dresslar and others in regard to the permanence of the association in cases of synæsthesia and to show the effect on the colors of the combination of tones, with special...
Reviews the paper by Ruge et al (1913). One of the distinctive merits of this initial volume lies in its reflection of the modern spirit of interest in and respect for widely divergent and even contradictory modes of thought. It would probably be difficult to find two more radically antithetic...
Reviews 27 publications (1912-1914) on vision. This includes a discussion of Zenker's color theory by E. Minkowski, which contends that the light which reaches the retina is reflected by thin plates which make up the ends of rods and cones. H. Borchardt's estimation of the threshold values of...
Reviews the literature on 9 studies (1912-1913) of color defects. The topics covered include congenital color defects, color photometry and vision, color-blindness and apparatus descriptions. H. Kollner's work on color defects has been particularly commended.
Six studies (1912-1913) are reviewed. H. Werner's work concerned the influence of the blind spot on spatial values of the visual field, and concluded against the doctrine of "associative filling-in'. J. Hoppe describes an unusual visual phenomenon in cells of the retina usually not regarded as...
Reviews 18 publications (1911-1913) in the area of hearing. They deal with the analysis of tones; observations of high tones; the arithmetical mean of tones; the distinction of tonal quality and pitch upon music; the reliability of judging successive intervals in the extremes of the scale; and...
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