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This volume contains a group of methodological and experimental papers which have been condensed for publication from the more extended doctorate theses. The theses themselves, together with more extensive protocols and appendices, are on file in the Library of the University of Iowa. While the...
Psychologists working in psychophysics frequently must choose among available psychometric methods. When such a choice is made the method which gives optimum reliability with minimum experimentation and computation should presumably be used. It is the purpose of this paper to describe a new...
One of the most fruitful fields of research in the psychology of reading has been that concerned with the analysis of specific psychological functions involved in the reading process. A cursory perusal of the literature reveals the fact, however, that the great majority of such investigations...
This study, confined entirely to the eye-movement phenomena of good readers, forms another link in the general program of research being conducted by the University of Iowa laboratories. The subject was instructed to read through the paragraph once, to make necessary regressions within any one...
The present paper undertakes to discuss the following: (1) the relationship between the threshold of feeling and the stimulation of the auditory nerve; (2) identity and location of the end-organs responsible for the threshold of feeling; and (3) importance of the threshold of feeling in relation...
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