The British Journal of Psychology, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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The University Press, 1908 - Psychology
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Page 287 - The investigator concludes that "improvement gained by practice in memorizing one subject of instruction, is transferred to the memory work in other subjects whose nature is certainly diverse from that in which the improvement was gained".
Page 466 - Plusieurs articles de fond ; 2° des analyses et comptes rendus des nouveaux ouvrages philosophiques français et étrangers; 3° un compte rendu aussi complet que possible des publications périodiques de l'étranger pour tout ce qui concerne la philosophie; 4° des notes, documents, observations, pouvant servir de matériaux ou donner lieu à des vues nouvelles.
Page 466 - ... un compte rendu aussi complet que possible des publications périodiques de l'étranger pour tout ce qui concerne la philosophie; 4° des notes, documents, observations, pouvant servir de matériaux ou donner lieu à des vues nouvelles. Prix d'abonnement : Un an, pour Paris, 30 fr. — Pour les départements et l'étranger, 33 fr. La livraison 3 fr.
Page 92 - ... is the square root of the average of the squares of the deviations from the average of the distribution.
Page 356 - McDougall that at a very early age — probably long before the sixth month — infants are susceptible to relatively small differences of brightness ; that at this age reds and yellows are distinctly preferred to other colours and to colourless objects of far greater brightness ; and that novelty may be an important factor in determining the infant's choice of colour.
Page 466 - DE L'ÉTRANGER Dirigée par Th. HIHOT Professeur au Collège de France. (20- année, 1895.) La REVUE PHILOSOPHIQUE paraît tous les mois, par livraisons de 7 feuilles grand in-8, et forme ainsi à la fin de chaque année deux forts volumes d'environ 680 pages chacun.
Page 465 - HISTOLOGICAL STUDIES ON THE LOCALISATION OF CEREBRAL FUNCTION. By ALFRED w. CAMPBELL, MD, Pathologist to the Asylums Board of the County of Lancaster.
Page 326 - The difference seems to be due to the definite reflex of perception which adjusts the sense-organ and maintains the continuity of the stimulus. Thus a circular activity is set up : the stimulus excites an adjustment which maintains the stimulus which maintains the adjustment, and so on. An image may...
Page 465 - The book is certainly one which will well repay study, for it contains much that is fresh and interesting, and it stresses many vital but neglected points in teaching.'— Journal of Education.

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