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Presents invocation of a behaviorist. Thou Cosmic Movement Continuum! we petition thee to lend auditory discriminations to these our laryngeal contractions. Lower the threshold of thy sensory discriminations so that our neuromuscular-glandular activities do not expend themselves as wasted...
Reviews the book, by J. J. Strasheim . The author insists that intelligence testing has reached an impasse because the investigators who have developed the tests have not started out with any adequate definition of intelligence. The present book thus starts out with Spearman's definition of...
Reviews the book, by Bronislaw Malinowski . An exceedingly interesting series of observations regarding the natives of the Trobriand Archipelago in northwest Melanesia is developed into a new concept of primitive law and of tribal relations. Until now the anthropologists, sociologists and...
41 titles are reviewed. A new type of biography has appeared in recent years, which aims to throw light on history by a psychological interpretation of historical characters. Numerous studies of famous men have been made, largely from the psychoanalytic point of view. The concepts which have...
Reviews the book, by B. Bourdon (1926). The author well justifies his prefatory statement that, although our knowledge of intellectual phenomena leaves much to be desired, still a comparison of what we know to-day with older authors shows that important progress has been made. Although well...
191 titles are reviewed, mostly from the period 1920-1925 inclusive. There is no agreement on the essential criteria of hypnosis; catalepsy, posthypnotic amnesia, rapport, and dissociative phenomena are the criteria most discussed. Different writers contend that certain functions, such as...
Reviews the book, by Truman Lee Kelley . One of the most important problems in education and psychology is that of the relative influence of nature and nurture in the making of a man. Also, there are few problems more difficult of solution than this one, since it cannot be solved until some way...
Reviews the book, by Elsa Köhler (1926). This monograph presents in a long introductory statement, a project of considerable magnitude to be completed, if all goes well, in three parts, the first of which appears in the present volume. It is hoped by the author that the completed task will make...
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