The Resource Readings in the history of psychology

Readings in the history of psychology

Label
Readings in the history of psychology
Title
Readings in the history of psychology
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
NLM
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1905-1976
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Dennis, Wayne
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
BF81
LC item number
.D4
Literary form
non fiction
NLM call number
BF 21
NLM item number
D411r 1948
Series statement
The Century psychology series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Psychology
  • Psychology
  • Psychology
  • Aufsatzsammlung
  • Geschichte
  • Psychologie
Label
Readings in the history of psychology
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Humane nature
  • Psychology as the behaviorist views it
  • John Broadus Watson
  • The delayed reaction in animals and children
  • Walter Samuel Hunter
  • Recent studies of bodily effects of fear, rage, and pain
  • Walter Bradford Cannon
  • The measurement of intelligence
  • Lewis Madison Terman
  • The mentality of apes
  • Wolfgang Köhler
  • Thomas Hobbes
  • The retention of habits by the rat after destruction of the frontal portion of the cerebrum
  • Shepard Ivory Franz and Karl Spencer Lashley
  • Physical gestalten
  • Wolfgang Köhler
  • Psychological examining in the United States army
  • Robert Mearns Yerkes
  • The development of behavior in vertebrates experimentally removed from the influence of external stimulation
  • Leonard Carmichael
  • The relative influence of nature and nurture upon mental development
  • Barbara Stoddard Burks
  • The discovery of the blind spot
  • Brain mechanisms and intelligence
  • Karl Spencer Lashley
  • Simple trial-and-error learning : a study in psychological theory
  • Clark Leonard Hull
  • Edmé Marriotte
  • A new theory of light and colors
  • Isaac Newton
  • An essay concerning human understanding
  • John Locke
  • An essay toward a new theorty of vision
  • George Berkeley
  • On memory and recollection
  • Observations on man, his frame, his duty and his expectations
  • David Hartley
  • Animal magnetism
  • Friedrich Anton Mesmer
  • Observations on vision
  • Thomas Young
  • Extraordinary facts relating to the vision of colous : with observations
  • John Dalton
  • On the theory of light and colours
  • Thomas Young
  • Aristotle
  • Idea of a new anatomy of the brain
  • Charles Bell
  • The secondary laws of learning
  • Thomas Brown
  • Experimental researches on the properties and functions of the nervous system in the vertebrate animal
  • Pierre Flourens
  • Analysis of the phenomena of the human mind
  • James Mill
  • Concerning touch
  • Ernst Heinrich Weber
  • On dreams
  • The specific energies of nerves
  • Johannes Mueller
  • Psychology and ethology
  • John Stuart Mill
  • The power of the mind over the body
  • James Braid
  • The sense of touch and common feeling
  • Ernst Heinrich Weber
  • On the rate of transmission of the nerve impulse
  • Hermann von Helmholtz
  • Aristotle
  • The Young-Helmholtz theory of color vision
  • Hermann von Helmholtz
  • Elements of psychophysics
  • Gustav Theodor Fechner
  • Concerning the perceptions in general
  • Hermann von Helmholtz
  • Classification of men according to their natural gifts
  • Francis Galton
  • Principles of physiological psychology
  • Wilhelm Wundt
  • Mathematical discourses concerning two new sciences relating to mechanics and local motion
  • The mind of the child
  • Wilhelm Preyer
  • The contents of children's minds
  • Granville Stanley Hall
  • Inquiries into human faculty and its development
  • Francis Galton
  • What is emotion?
  • William James
  • Concerning memory
  • Hermann Ebbinghaus
  • Galileo
  • On the temperature-sense
  • Henry Herbert Donaldson
  • The influence of the intensity of the stimulus on the length of the reaction time
  • James McKeen Cattell
  • The time it takes to see and name objects
  • James McKeen Cattell
  • Experiments on the association of ideas
  • James McKeen Cattell
  • Co-relations and their measurement, chiefly from anthropometric data
  • Francis Galton
  • The passions of the soul
  • Mental tests and measurements
  • James McKeen Cattell
  • The reflex arc concept of a structural psychology
  • John Dewey
  • The postulates of a structural psychology
  • Edward Bradford Titchener
  • Animal intelligence
  • Edward Lee Thorndike
  • The influence of improvement in one mental function upon the efficiency of other functions
  • Edward Lee Thorndike and Robert Sessions Woodworth
  • René Descartes
  • The measurement of twins
  • Edward Lee Thorndike
  • Upon the necessity of establishing a scientific diagnosis of inferior states of intelligence
  • Alfred Binet and Theophile Simon
  • The development of the Binet-Simon scale
  • Alfred Binet and Theophile Simon
  • Scientific study of the so-called psychical processes in the higher animals
  • Ivan Petrovitch Pavlov
  • The province of functional psychology
  • James Rowland Angell
Extent
xi, 587 pages
Lccn
48004345
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00191052
  • (OCoLC)ocm00191052
Label
Readings in the history of psychology
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Humane nature
  • Psychology as the behaviorist views it
  • John Broadus Watson
  • The delayed reaction in animals and children
  • Walter Samuel Hunter
  • Recent studies of bodily effects of fear, rage, and pain
  • Walter Bradford Cannon
  • The measurement of intelligence
  • Lewis Madison Terman
  • The mentality of apes
  • Wolfgang Köhler
  • Thomas Hobbes
  • The retention of habits by the rat after destruction of the frontal portion of the cerebrum
  • Shepard Ivory Franz and Karl Spencer Lashley
  • Physical gestalten
  • Wolfgang Köhler
  • Psychological examining in the United States army
  • Robert Mearns Yerkes
  • The development of behavior in vertebrates experimentally removed from the influence of external stimulation
  • Leonard Carmichael
  • The relative influence of nature and nurture upon mental development
  • Barbara Stoddard Burks
  • The discovery of the blind spot
  • Brain mechanisms and intelligence
  • Karl Spencer Lashley
  • Simple trial-and-error learning : a study in psychological theory
  • Clark Leonard Hull
  • Edmé Marriotte
  • A new theory of light and colors
  • Isaac Newton
  • An essay concerning human understanding
  • John Locke
  • An essay toward a new theorty of vision
  • George Berkeley
  • On memory and recollection
  • Observations on man, his frame, his duty and his expectations
  • David Hartley
  • Animal magnetism
  • Friedrich Anton Mesmer
  • Observations on vision
  • Thomas Young
  • Extraordinary facts relating to the vision of colous : with observations
  • John Dalton
  • On the theory of light and colours
  • Thomas Young
  • Aristotle
  • Idea of a new anatomy of the brain
  • Charles Bell
  • The secondary laws of learning
  • Thomas Brown
  • Experimental researches on the properties and functions of the nervous system in the vertebrate animal
  • Pierre Flourens
  • Analysis of the phenomena of the human mind
  • James Mill
  • Concerning touch
  • Ernst Heinrich Weber
  • On dreams
  • The specific energies of nerves
  • Johannes Mueller
  • Psychology and ethology
  • John Stuart Mill
  • The power of the mind over the body
  • James Braid
  • The sense of touch and common feeling
  • Ernst Heinrich Weber
  • On the rate of transmission of the nerve impulse
  • Hermann von Helmholtz
  • Aristotle
  • The Young-Helmholtz theory of color vision
  • Hermann von Helmholtz
  • Elements of psychophysics
  • Gustav Theodor Fechner
  • Concerning the perceptions in general
  • Hermann von Helmholtz
  • Classification of men according to their natural gifts
  • Francis Galton
  • Principles of physiological psychology
  • Wilhelm Wundt
  • Mathematical discourses concerning two new sciences relating to mechanics and local motion
  • The mind of the child
  • Wilhelm Preyer
  • The contents of children's minds
  • Granville Stanley Hall
  • Inquiries into human faculty and its development
  • Francis Galton
  • What is emotion?
  • William James
  • Concerning memory
  • Hermann Ebbinghaus
  • Galileo
  • On the temperature-sense
  • Henry Herbert Donaldson
  • The influence of the intensity of the stimulus on the length of the reaction time
  • James McKeen Cattell
  • The time it takes to see and name objects
  • James McKeen Cattell
  • Experiments on the association of ideas
  • James McKeen Cattell
  • Co-relations and their measurement, chiefly from anthropometric data
  • Francis Galton
  • The passions of the soul
  • Mental tests and measurements
  • James McKeen Cattell
  • The reflex arc concept of a structural psychology
  • John Dewey
  • The postulates of a structural psychology
  • Edward Bradford Titchener
  • Animal intelligence
  • Edward Lee Thorndike
  • The influence of improvement in one mental function upon the efficiency of other functions
  • Edward Lee Thorndike and Robert Sessions Woodworth
  • René Descartes
  • The measurement of twins
  • Edward Lee Thorndike
  • Upon the necessity of establishing a scientific diagnosis of inferior states of intelligence
  • Alfred Binet and Theophile Simon
  • The development of the Binet-Simon scale
  • Alfred Binet and Theophile Simon
  • Scientific study of the so-called psychical processes in the higher animals
  • Ivan Petrovitch Pavlov
  • The province of functional psychology
  • James Rowland Angell
Extent
xi, 587 pages
Lccn
48004345
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00191052
  • (OCoLC)ocm00191052

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