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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 678 pages of information about Harvard Psychological Studies, Volume 1.
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PLATES.1
EYE-MOVEMENT AND CENTRAL ANAESTHESIA.1
I. THE PROBLEM OF ANAESTHESIA DURING EYE-MOVEMENT.1
II.  THE PHENOMENON OF ‘FALSELY LOCALIZED AFTER-IMAGES.’6
12
IV.  THE PENDULUM-TEST FOR ANAESTHESIA.16
29
TACTUAL ILLUSIONS.33
I.33
II.36
TABLE I.39
TABLE III.40
TABLE IV.¹41
TABLE VI.42
TABLE VIII.42
III.42
IV.46
V.50
VI.53
TABLE IX.56
VII.58
TABLE XI.59
VIII.63
TABLE XII.65
IX.67
TACTUAL TIME ESTIMATION.72
I. GENERAL NATURE OF THE WORK.72
II.  EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS.75
TABLE I.75
TABLE II. ST= 5.0 SECS.76
TABLE III.77
TABLE IV.78
TABLE V.79
TABLE VI.79
TABLE VII.81
TABLE VIII.82
TABLE IX.82
TABLE X.83
III.  INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS.84
PERCEPTION OF NUMBER THROUGH TOUCH.87
THE SUBJECTIVE HORIZON.103
I.103
TABLE I.105
II.105
TABLE II.106
III.107
TABLE III.108
TABLE IV.110
IV.111
TABLE VI.111
VI.112
TABLE VIII.112
TABLE IX.113
VII.114
VIII.115
TABLE X.116
IX.116
TABLE XI.117
TABLE XII.118
TABLE XIII.118
TABLE XV.119
THE ILLUSION OF RESOLUTION-STRIPES ON THE COLOR-WHEEL.120
I. APPARATUS FOR PRODUCING THE ILLUSION.121
II.  PREVIOUS DISCUSSION OF THE ILLUSION.121
III.  OUTLINE OF THE FACTS OBSERVED.126
127
V. GEOMETRICAL DEDUCTION OF THE BANDS.128
VI.  APPLICATION OF THE FORMULAS TO THE BANDS OF THE ILLUSION.132
VII.  FURTHER COMPLICATIONS OF THE ILLUSION.139
VIII.  SOME CONVENIENT DEVICES FOR EXHIBITING THE ILLUSION.142
IX.  A STROBOSCOPE WHICH DEPENDS ON THE SAME PRINCIPLE.143
RECALL OF WORDS, OBJECTS AND MOVEMENTS.146
THE A SET.147
TABLE I.150
THE B SET.151
TABLE II.153
SUMMARY OF RECALL AFTER TWO DAYS.—­FROM TABLES I. AND II.154
TABLE III.156
THE C SET.157
TABLE IV.158
SUMMARY FROM TABLE IV.159
RECALL AFTER NINE AND SIXTEEN DAYS.161
TABLE V.161
THE D SET.162
TABLE VII.163
CONCLUSIONS.163
MINOR QUESTIONS.164
TABLE VIII.165
MUTUAL INHIBITION OF MEMORY IMAGES.166
TABLE I.169
TABLE II.171
TABLE III.173
TABLE IV.175
TABLE V.177
TABLE VII.178
TABLE VIII.181
TABLE IX.181
TABLE X.183
TABLE XI.184
TABLE XII.185
TABLE XIII.187
TABLE XIV.189
TABLE XV.190
TABLE XVI.192
RECAPITULATION.194
CONTROL OF THE MEMORY IMAGE.196
I. MOVEMENTS OF A SINGLE IMAGE.198
TABLE I.198
SUBJECTIVE.199
II.  CHANGES OF COLOR OF A SINGLE IMAGE.200
TABLE II.201
SUBJECTIVE.203
III.  MOVEMENTS OF TWO IMAGES IN THE SAME AND IN DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS.205
TABLE IV.205
SUBJECTIVE.206
IV.  SUPPRESSION OF ONE OF TWO IMAGES.210
TABLE V.211
SUMMARY OF ALL SUPPRESSIONS.  AVERAGE TIME IN SECONDS.211
SUBJECTIVE.213
214
TABLE VII.215
TABLE VIII.217
SUBJECTIVE.218
THE STRUCTURE OF SIMPLE RHYTHM FORMS.218
I. PROBLEMS AND METHODS OF EXPERIMENTATION.218
226
TABLE I.231
TABLE II.233
TABLE III.233
TABLE IV.234
TABLE V.234
TABLE VI.236
TABLE VII.240
TABLE IX.240
TABLE XI.240
TABLE XIII.240
TABLE XV.241
TABLE XVI.241
TABLE XVII.241
TABLE XVIII.243
TABLE XIX.243
III.  THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RHYTHMICAL UNIT.243
TABLE XX.246
TABLE XXI.252
TABLE XXII.254
TABLE XXIII.256
TABLE XXIV.257
TABLE XXV.257
TABLE XXVI.257
TABLE XXVII.258
TABLE XXVIII.261
TABLE XXIX.262
TABLE XXX.263
TABLE XXXI.264
TABLE XXXII.265
TABLE XXXIII.265
TABLE XXXIV.265
TABLE XXXV.266
TABLE XXXVI.267
TABLE XXXVII.268
TABLE XXXVIII.268
TABLE XXXIX.269
TABLE XL.269
TABLE XLI.270
TABLE XLII.270
TABLE XLIII.270
TABLE XLIV.271
TABLE XLV.271
TABLE XLVI.272
TABLE XLVII.272
TABLE XLIX.273
TABLE L.275
TABLE LI.275
TABLE LII.276
TABLE LIII.277
TABLE LV.278
TABLE LVI.279
TABLE LVIII.282
TABLE LIX.283
TABLE LX.284
TABLE LXI.287
TABLE LXII.288
TABLE LXIII.289
TABLE LXIV.290
TABLE LXV.291
TABLE LXVI.291
TABLE LXVII.292
TABLE LXVIII.292
TABLE LXX.293
TABLE LXXI.293
TABLE LXXII.293
TABLE LXXIII.294
TABLE LXXIV.294
TABLE LXXV.294
TABLE LXXVI.295
TABLE LXXVII.295
TABLE LXXVIII.296
TABLE LXXIX.297
TABLE LXXX.297
RHYTHM AND RHYME.299
I. INTRODUCTION.299
II.  THE PERCEPTION OF A RHYTHMIC SERIES.303
TABLE I.307
TABLE II.309
TABLE III.311
TABLE IV.312
TABLE V.313
III.  THE SPEAKING OF A RHYTHMIC SERIES.314
TABLE VI.320
TABLE VII.322
TABLE VIII.323
TABLE IX.325
TABLE X.327
TABLE XI.328
TABLE XII.336
STUDIES IN SYMMETRY.[1]339
I. THE PROBLEMS OF SYMMETRY.339
II.  SYMMETRY IN PRIMITIVE ART.341
III.  EXPERIMENTS IN SUBSTITUTIONAL SYMMETRY.347
I. (a) F. 80x10, V. 160x10.352
II. (a) F. 2 LINES 80x10.  V. SINGLE LINK 80x10.353
IV.  SYMMETRY IN PICTURES.370
CLASSIFICATION OF ALTARPIECES.374
MADONNA WITH INFANT CHRIST.375
CLASSIFICATION OF PORTRAITS.377
THE AESTHETICS OF UNEQUAL DIVISION.392
PART I.392
TABLE II.402
HABIT FORMATION IN THE CRAWFISH CAMBARUS AFFINIS.[1]408
TABLE I.410
TABLE II.411
TABLE III.414
TABLE IV.415
SUMMARY.416
THE INSTINCTS, HABITS, AND REACTIONS OF THE FROG.416
PART I. THE ASSOCIATIVE PROCESSES OF THE GREEN FROG.416
II.  EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF HABITS.418
C. Complex Associations.420
TABLE I.422
TABLE II.423
TABLE III.423
TABLE IV.425
TABLE V.428
TABLE VI.429
III.  SUMMARY.430
430
V. METHOD OF STUDY.433
VI.  ELECTRIC REACTION TIME.435
SERIES I. FROG B. APRIL 9, 1900. 10 A.M.436
TABLE VII.437
TABLE X.440
TABLE XI.443
TABLE XIII.444
TABLE XIV.445
VII.  TACTUAL REACTION TIME.447
TABLE XV.448
449
IX.  SUMMARY.451
PART III.  AUDITORY REACTIONS OF FROGS.451
C. Influence of Sounds on Respiration.[16]455
XI.  THE EFFECTS OF AUDITORY STIMULI ON VISUAL REACTIONS.457
XII.  THE PAIN-SCREAM OF FROGS.459
THE POSITION OF PSYCHOLOGY IN THE SYSTEM OF KNOWLEDGE.460
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