A Source Book of Gestalt Psychology

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Psychology Press, 1999 - Psychology - 418 pages
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Contents

GENERAL PROBLEMS
1
Gestalt Theory Wertheimer
12
Laws of Organization in Perceptual Forms
71
The Influence of Form on Brightness Contrast
104
The Problem of Phenomenal Identity
149
Induced Motion Duncker
161
Perception and Related Phenomena
188
ANIMAL EXPERIMENTS
212
PSYCHICAL FORCES
283
On Finished
300
STUDIES IN PATHOLOGICAL PHENOMENA
315
210
328
An Approach to a Gestalt Theory of Paranoic
357
REPLIES
371
To V Benussi Koffka
379
INDEX
397

THOUGHT
265

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