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Reviews the books, by Ed. Claparède (1916); by Maximilian P. E. Groszmann (1917); and by H. Addington Bruce (1917). Claparède exhibits an orderly "travelogue," touching the natural history of education. All children exhibit transitory exceptional phases that deserve scrutiny, and mental...
Recapitulates and amplifies data about the illusion of levitation, representing investigations carried on by the psycholexic or descriptive method. The illusion of levitation is frequently encountered in conjunction with the dreams of flying and falling on one hand, and with that of insufficient...
Discusses whether Freud is to be regarded as a pessimist. For this purpose, Freud's works were considered, and compared with those of others, such as, Voltaire, Rousseau, Schopenhauer, Hartmann and Nietzsche. Concluded that Freud was a "minor' pessimist, as he saw human nature as basically...
Discusses the role of psychic conflicts in the cause of neuroses. The contributions of Freud, Adler, James and Jung, have been described in this context. Freud's greatest contribution is the technique of psychoanalysis, with its theories of repression, resistance, transference, infantile...
Discusses the role of tests in the diagnosis of amentia. Rather than being the final determinants in a diagnosis, tests are merely a part of the clinical picture. 11 cases of naval recruits and men in training at the naval district have been presented, to support this viewpoint. The cases were...
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