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Recent developments in the study of human behavior make it possible to begin a reinterpretation of instincts and related phenomena which today admittedly constitute the darkest chapter in psychology. In this paper the writer attempts to suggest a functional interpretation of human instincts and...
The purpose of this experiment was to devise an objective test by means of which the vividness of auditory, visual, and kinesthetic verbal imagery of persons who cannot be depended upon for intelligent introspection may be quickly and accurately determined. The author had for subjects six...
Describes the general plan of investigating the chromatic sensitivity of the peripheral retina by focusing on an investigation of the limits of sensitivity. The determination of the apparent limits was given an undue importance in relation to theory by Hess and his followers because of their...
The perception of motion is relative and involves two aspects, an appreciation of the fact of motion, and an appreciation as to which of the two objects is stationary and which is in motion. One's appreciation of these two aspects may be based upon entirely different sets of conditions. One may...
Today one finds fear generally spoken of as a complex of the impulses of flight and attack, the once perplexing impulse of immobility receiving scant, if any, attention. In order to uncover the mechanism of immobility, we fortunately now have a more direct avenue of approach through the disorder...
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