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" are of special interest. These experiments seem to show that we are more likely, when in doubt, to judge motion on the surface of the limbs to be up rather than down their axis ; on the breast, the shoulder-blades, and the back, the tendency is to judge... "
Elements of Physiological Psychology: A Treatise of the Activities and ... - Page 411
by George Trumbull Ladd - 1887 - 696 pages
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Mind, Volume 10

George Croom Robertson, George Frederick Stout - Electronic journals - 1885
...they were explored in our research, as well as for all in the aggregate, the following law appears. We are more likely when in doubt to judge motion on...be up rather than down their axis. On the breast, shoulderblades and back between them, the tendency was to judge movement to be towards the head although...
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Mind, Volume 10

George Croom Robertson, George Frederick Stout - Electronic journals - 1885
...they were explored in our research, as well as for all in the aggregate, the following law appears. We are more likely when in doubt to judge motion on...be up rather than down their axis. On the breast, shoulderblades and back between them, the tendency was to judge movement to be towards the head although...
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mind

george croom robertson - 1885
...they were explored in our research, as well as for all in the aggregate, the following law appears. We are more likely when in doubt to judge motion on...be up rather than down their axis. On the breast, shoulderblades and back between them, the tendency was to judge movement to be towards the head although...
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Elements of Physiological Psychology: A Treatise of the Activities and ...

George Trumbull Ladd - Psychophysiology - 1887 - 696 pages
...0.3-0.6 I. and II. phalanges (volar).. 0.2-0.4 I. and II. phalanges (dorsal).. 0.4-0.8 Upper leg 3.0 Lower leg 0.8-2.0 Back, and sole of foot 0.8-1.0 From...determined by Weber's experiments. Thus, while at least a distance of 25 mm. between the dividers' points was needed on the volar surface of the right...
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Circulars, Volumes 5-6

Science - 1886
...they were explored in our research, as well as for all in the aggregate, the following law appears. We are more likely, when in doubt, to judge motion...of the limbs to be up rather than down their axis. The question next taken up was : II. Time-relations of Judgments of Motion on the Skin. The following...
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Mental Physiology: Especially in Its Relations to Mental Disorders

Theophilus Bulkeley Hyslop - Brain - 1895 - 552 pages
...Other facts of importance, derived from the experiments of Stanley Hall, may be briefly mentioned. We are more likely, when in doubt, to judge motion...tendency is to judge motion to be toward the head. The rate of movement causes variations : thus, a very rapid movement may appear to be shortened, or a very...
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The New Psychology

Edward Wheeler Scripture - Psychophysiology - 1897 - 500 pages
...being 14 %. The mistakes most frequently made were in judging the motion to be up instead of down. " We are more likely when in doubt to judge motion on...be up rather than down their axis. On the breast, shoulder-blades, and back between them, the tendency was to judge movement to be towards the head,...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 19

Karl M. Dallenbach, Madison Bentley, Edwin Garrigues Boring, Margaret Floy Washburn - Psychology - 1908
...than any other direction. This is in entire accord with the results of Hall and Donaldson, who say, "We are more likely when in doubt to judge motion...the surface of the limbs to be up rather than down the axis."1 They suggest that this is due to the fact that movements np the skin would ordinarily be...
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Elements of Physiological Psychology: A Treatise of the Activities and ...

George Trumbull Ladd, Robert Sessions Woodworth - Mind and body - 1911 - 704 pages
...the direction of motion in contact with the body. Upon this point the experiments of G. Stanley Hall1 are of special interest. These experiments seem to...determined by Weber's experiments. Thus, while at least a distance of 25 mm. between the dividers' points was needed on the volar surface of the right...
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Elements of Physiological Psychology;...(thoroughly Rev. and Re-written) by ...

George Trumbull Ladd, Robert Sessions Woodworth - Psychophysiology - 1915 - 704 pages
...the direction of motion in contact with the body. Upon this point the experiments of G. Stanley Hall1 are of special interest. These experiments seem to...determined by Weber's experiments. Thus, while at least a distance of 25 mm. between the dividers' points was needed on the volar surface of the right...
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