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Investigated the relationship between vaso-motor wave and reaction time. Five Ss participated in the study. The Ss were placed in a separate room, so that all distractions of sight and sound were reduced to the minimum. A telegraphic sounder was used to provide the auditory stimulus. The Ss...
The recent scientific study of religious experience has led to many interesting and important results, not the least of which is the relation between conversion and the period of most rapid growth. But the difficulties attending the study of such phenomena are evident here as elsewhere. Among...
Studied the influence of a secondary visual linear stimuli, upon a primary visual linear stimulus. Preliminary experiments were conducted to determine the best method. The Ss were seated in front of a screen and asked to observe the upper moving line and the lower stationary figure on the screen...
The recent relatively novel attempts in the literature to approach the logical processes from the genetic point of view, have made it clear that a good deal of close psychology is still needed in this field. What has impressed the present writer is the lack of an actual tracing out of the series...
Discusses the formation of horopters. A horopter is a collection of all the points in the space whose images, with a given adjustment of the eyes, fall upon corresponding points of the two retinas. Some researchers describe it as a line, others as a surface, or combination of curves, planes, and...
It is remarkable that recent writers seem not to have been aware of the ambiguity arising from the identification of the real with the true. Reality is a primary feeling-cognition--not something we say about experience but a quale of experience itself. We ascribe truth to relations of things or...
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