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" We cannot experiment upon mind itself. but only upon its outworks. the organs of sense and movement which are functionally related to mental processes. "
Lectures on human and animal psychology - Page 10
by Wilhelm Max Wundt - 1896 - 459 pages
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The Movement Towards "physiological" Psychology

Robert Mark Wenley - Psychophysiology - 1908 - 36 pages
...experimental method takes on a special form, according to the nature of the facts investigated. We can not experiment upon mind itself, but only upon its outworks,...same time physiological, just as there are physical sciences corresponding to the mental processes of sensation, idea and will. This, of course, is no...
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The anarchist ideal and other essays

Robert Mark Wenley - Anarchism - 1913 - 274 pages
...the experimental method takes on a special form, according to the nature of the facts investigated. We cannot experiment upon mind itself, but only upon...same time physiological, just as there are physical sciences corresponding to the mental processes of sensation, idea and will. This, of course, is no...
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Popular Science Monthly and World's Advance, Volume 73

Technology - 1908
...experimental method takes on a special form, according to the nature of the facts investigated. We can not experiment upon mind itself, but only upon its outworks,...same time physiological, just as there are physical sciences corresponding to the mental processes of sensation, idea and will. This, of course, is no...
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Toward a Science of Human Nature

Daniel N. Robinson - Philosophy - 1982 - 258 pages
...province of individual psychology. As he says in the first of his Lectures on Human and Animal Psychology: We cannot experiment upon mind itself, but only upon...the mental processes of sensation, idea, and will. (pp. 10-11) Wundt's thesis is that all psychological observations in an experimental context are necessarily...
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