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Reports a series of experiments on binocular rivalry which replicated those conducted by the same author 10 yrs earlier ( "On inhibition', Vol 3(1), Monograph Supplement, Psychological Review). The effect of variation in the size of the stimuli, effect of distinctness of the images upon rivalry...
Discusses the localization of sense data during dizziness, and describes these as falling into three general groups: (1) those which proceed from extra-peripheral stimuli, (2) those from proprio-ceptive organs, and (3) the true sensations of motion. Six associated questions have been identified,...
Determined the accuracy of perceiving the distance of a sound, to find whether this accuracy varied with different directions, and to find the factors on which the perception of distance was based. 2,600 judgments were obtained from two Ss, from a representative group of directions. The Ss sat...
Reports an experiment on a girl of six mths, which studied her interest in, and perception of colors, developed during the latter part of the sixth mth. The colors were presented in the form of colored discs. Four colors - blue, yellow, red and green - were compared with black, white and medium...
Replies to comments by J. E. Creighton on the author's book . Professor Creighton has no difficulty in showing by quotations from the current author's different publications, that he is a Darwinian, and that Darwinian conceptions have had frequent application in his work. Nor has he greater...
Investigated evidence for or against the assertion that distance of a sound is estimated mainly on the basis of its intensity. Two types of experimentation were done. One attempted to determine the just noticeable divergence from a number of standard distances, using two Ss, for three academic...
Reports three dissimilar experiments conducted to verify the validity of the association reaction method with two to three normal subjects. Results from the exps. revealed that (1) accurate judgment was reasonably certain when the situation was controlled, so that diagnosis involved a choosing...
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