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الصفحة 193 - WILLIAM H. BURNHAM CLARK UNIVERSITY CYRIL BURT UNIVERSITY OF LONDON ED. CLAPAREDE UNIVERSITE DE GENEVE EDMUND S. CONKLIN UNIVERSITY OF OREGON ARNOLD GESELL YALE UNIVERSITY WILLIAM HEALY JUDGE BAKER FOUNDATION, BOSTON WALTER S. HUNTER CLARK UNIVERSITY TRUMAN L. KELLEY STANFORD UNIVERSITY KS LASHLEY INSTITUTE FOR JUVENILE RESEARCH, CHICAGO HENRI PIERON UNIVERSITE DE PARIS SANTE DE SANCTIS R.
الصفحة 194 - BY CARL MURCHISON, PH.D. Professor of Psychology and Director of the Psychological Laboratories in Clark University For lawyers, physicians, sociologists, psychologists, social workers, and those primarily interested in the problems of social conduct. CHAPTER PART 1. OPINIONS AND NORMS 2. The Idea that Criminals
الصفحة 156 - Appearance of critical point at which the organism suddenly, directly, and definitely performs required adaptive act. (7) Ready repetition of adaptive response after once performed. (8) Notable ability to discover and attend to the essential aspect or relation in the problematic situation and to neglect, relatively, variations in non-essentials.
الصفحة 233 - THE CASE FOR AND AGAINST PSYCHICAL BELIEF An international symposium on these problems of absorbing human interest by Sir Oliver Lodge, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Frederick Bligh Bond, LRG Crandon, Mary Austin, Margaret
الصفحة 194 - 1. The abolition of the jury system. 2. Uniform punishment for the insane, the feeble-minded, and the young. 3. The abolition of the system of release on bond. 4. The abolition of the indeterminate sentence. 5. The abolition of the parole system. 6. The application of the deterministic philosophy to the behavior of the State as well as
الصفحة 233 - Claparède, University of Geneva; Edmund S. Conklin, University of Oregon; Arnold Gesell, Yale University; William Healy, Judge Baker Foundation, Boston; Walter S. Hunter, Clark University; Truman L. Kelley, Stanford University ; KS Lashley, Institute for Juvenile Research, Chicago ; Henri