A Text-book of Psychology, Part 1 (Google eBook)

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Macmillan, 1909 - Psychology - 558 pages
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Contents

The Use of Analogy in Psychology
30
The Problem of Psychology
36
References for Further Reading
42
Note on the Classification of Psychology
43
SENSATION 10 The Elementary Mental Processes
46
11 Elements and Attributes
49
The Attributes of Sensation
52
13 The Classification of Sensations
55
References for Further Reading
57
Vision 14 The Visual Qualities
59
The Colour Pyramid
63
Visual Stimulus and Visual Sensation
64
The Dependence of Visual Sensation upon Wavelength and Energy of Light
65
The Dependence of Visual Sensation upon Composition of Light
67
Demonstrational Colour Mixer
69
The Dependence of Visual Sensation upon the Time and Space Relations of Stimulus
71
Adaptation Frame
73
Wundts After image Apparatus
75
Contrast Frame
76
Contrast of Shadows
77
Daylight and Twilight Vision
78
Indirect Vision and Colour Blindness
80
Perimeter
81
Herings Colourblindness Apparatus
84
21 The Primary Colours
85
Theories of Vision
87
References for Further Reading
92
Audition 23 The Auditory Qualities
93
The Tonal Pencil
94
The Dependence of Auditory Sensation upon Wavenumber of Sound
97
The Series of Auditory Qualities
98
Weighted Wire Fork and Galton Whistle
99
The Dependence of Auditory Sensation upon Composition of Sound
100
Beats and Intermediate Tones
103
Combinational Tones
106
Set of Quincke Tubes
107
Koenigs Differencetone Apparatus
108
Theory of Audition
109
References for Further Reading
113
Smell 29 Sight and Hearing Taste and Smell
114
30 The Olfactory Qualities
117
31 Olfactory Sensation and Olfactory Stimulus
119
The Dependence of Olfactory Sensation upon the Composition and Timerelations of Stimulus
121
Zwaardemakers Olfactometer for Liquids
122
Theory of Smell
125
References for Further Reading
128
Taste 34 The Gustatory Qualities
129
Gustatory Sensation and Gustatory Stimulus
131
Mixtures and Adaptations
133
37 Theory of Taste
138
References for Further Reading
142
Cutaneous Senses 38 The SkinJid its Senses
143
The Pressure Sense
146
The Muscular Sense
162
The Tendinous Sense
163
The Articular Sense
164
Movement and Position Resistance and Weight
167
ff49 The Alleged Sensation of Innervation
169
50 Some Touchblends
171
References for Further Reading
172
51 The Kinaesthetic Organs of the Internal Ear
173
The Ampullar Sense
174
53 Theory of the Ampullar Sense
176
Exners Model of a Semicircular Canal
177
The Vestibular Sense
178
55 Theory of the Vestibular Sense
180
References for Further Reading
182
Other Organic Sensations 56 The Sensitivity of the Abdominal Organs
183
57 The Sensations of the Digestive and Urinary Systems
187
58 The Sensations of the Circulatory and Respiratory Systems
189
The Sensations of the Genital System
191
References for Further Reading
193
Synaesthesia 60 Synaesthesia
194
The Image
197
References for Further Reading
200
The Intensity of Sensation 62 The Intensity of Sensation
201
Mental Measurement j207
209
Liminal and Terminal Stimuli
210
The Just Noticeable Difference as the Unit of Measurement
213
66 Webers Law
215
Diagram of the Relation of 5 to R according to Webers Law Wundt
219
Theory of Webers Law
221
References for Further Reading
224
AFFECTION 68 Feeling and Affection
225
Affection and Sensation
228
Other Views of Affection
236
The Methods of Investigating Affection
240
The Tridimensional Theory of Feeling
250
73 The Dependence of Affection upon Stimulus
257
The Bodily Conditions of Affection
260
References for Further Reading
263
ATTENTION
264
The Attentive Consciousness
265
The Development of Attention
268
The Two Levels of Consciousness
276
The Kinesthetic and the Affective Factors in the Attentive Con sciousness
281
The Experimental Investigation of Attention
284
The Range of Attention
287
81 The Duration of Attention
291
The Degree of Attention
293
Accommodation and Inertia of Attention
296
The Bodily Conditions of Attention
299
References for Further Reading
302
Index of Names
303
Index of Subjects
305
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