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The literature on cutaneous space during the past two years comprises a few studies of local signature, an experiment with a temperature esthesiometer, two cutaneous studies with amputates, an investigation of after-images of movement, considerable discussion of illusions especially those of...
Reviews the book, by J. W. Bridges (1921). The second edition of Bridges' book comes at a time when popular as well as scientific interest in abnormal psychology has undergone considerable quickening because of the large number of mentally abnormal cases due to war, both soldiers in the army and...
Summarizes the destructive and the constructive work of Hans Henning regarding taste and smell perception. Henning's concepts of the smell prism and taste tetrahedron are explored. Henning, by showing clearly that there are criss-cross transitions between smells of six different types, has...
Reviews the book, by J. E. Downey (1919). The main purpose of the book, as expressed by the author, "is one of orientation, preliminary to an attempt to use graphic activity in tests of temperamental or character traits." On the whole it serves its purpose well, though the person familiar with...
Reviews the book, by Henry H. Goddard (1919). The hypothetical flow of a postulated neurokyme over an imaginary neuron pattern is the keynote of explanation in Goddard's recent book, "The Psychology of the Normal and Subnormal". The book is written for "those beginning the study of psychology in...
Reviews the book, by Ossip-Lourié (1920). This treatise on the disease of writing too much opens with a short review of the origins of written language and the underlying psychology of language. Under pathological conditions written expression degenerates. The object of the author is not to...
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