A source book in the history of psychology, edited by Richard J. Herrnstein [and] Edwin G. Boring.

; Boring, Edwin Garrigues, 1886-1968, editor
Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1965.

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Other Authors Boring, Edwin Garrigues, 1886-1968,
Subjects Geschichte.
Psychologie - Histoire.
Psychologie -- Histoire.
Psychologie.
Psychology -- History.
Psychology.
Quelle.
Series Source books in the history of the sciences.
Description xvii, 636 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1965.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 620-625) and index.
Contents 1. Aristotle on the five senses, circa 350 B.C. -- 2. Isaac Newton on the seven colors of the sprectrum, 1675 -- 3. Isaac Newton on the color circle, 1704 -- 4. Thomas Young on Newton and the excitation of the retina by colors, 1802 -- 5. John Locke on primary and secondary qualities, 1690 -- 6. Charles Bell on spinal nerve roots, 1811 -- 7. François Magendie on spinal nerve roots, 1822 -- 8. Charles Bell on the specificity of sensory nerves, 1811 -- Johannes Müller on the specific energies of nerves, 1838 -- 10. Ernest Heinrich Weber on the sense of touch and common sensibility, 1846 -- 11. Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz on the three-color theory of vision and visual specific nerve energies, 1860 -- 12. Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz on the resonance theory of hearing and auditory specific nerve energies, 1863 -- 13. Max von Frey on the four cutaneous senses, 1904 -- 14. Edward Bradford Titchener on the number of sensory elements, 1896.
103. René Descartes, 1650 -- 104. John Locke, 1690 -- 105. Immanuel Kant, 1781 -- 106. Johannes Müller, 1840 -- 107. Gustav Theodor Fechner, 1860 -- 108. Alexander Bain, 1873 -- 109. Wilhelm Wundt, 1896 -- 110. Ernst Mach, 1886 -- 111. Edward Bradford Titchener, 1910 -- 112. Franz Brentano, 1874 -- 113. James Ward, 1886 -- 114. William James, 1890 -- 115. Robert Sessions Woodworth, 1918 -- 116. William McDougall, 1923.
15. Pierre Bouguer on the differential threshold for illumination, 1760 -- 16. Charles Éduard Joseph Delezenne on the differential threshold for the pitch of tones, 1827 -- 17. Ernst Heinrich Weber on Weber's law, 1834 --18. Gustav Theodor Fechner on Fechner's law, 1860 -- 19. Joseph Antoine Ferdinand Plateau on the measure of sensation, 1872 -- 20. Joseph Rémi Léopold Delboeuf on sensed contrast as the masure of sensation, 1883 -- 21. Edward Bradford Titchener on the sense distance as the measure of sensation, 1905 -- 22. Epicurus on perception of objects as mediated by the images that emanate from the objects, circa 300 B.C. -- 23. Johannes Kepler on the crystallin humor as a lens and the inversion of the retinal image, 1604 -- 24. William Molyneux on the inverted retinal image, 1692 -- 25. Johannes Müller on subjective visual size and position in relation to the retinal image, 1826 -- 26. George Malcolm Stratton on visual localization and the inversion of the retinal image, 1897 -- 27. René Descartes on the visual perception of size, shape, and distance, 1638 -- 28. George Berkeley on the visual perception of distance and magnitude, 1709 -- 29. Charles Wheatstone on binocular parallax and the stereoscopic perception of depth, 1838.
30. Immanual Kant on the A Priori nature of space, 1781 -- 31. Rudolf Hermann Lotze on local signs in their relation to the perception of space, 1852 -- 32. Ernest Heinrich Weber on sensory circles and cutaneous space perception, 1852 -- 33. Ewald Hering on the nativistic theory of visual space perception, 1866 -- 35. Max Wertheimer on the Phi phenomenon as an example of nativism in perception, 1912 -- 36. George Berkeley on the role of association in the objective reference of perception, 1709 -- 37. Thomas Reid on the distinction between sensation and perception, 1785 -- 38. Thomas Brown on sensation, perception and the associative explanation of objective reference, 1820 -- 39. John Stuart Mill on the permanent possibilities of sensation, 1865 -- 40. Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz on perception and the unconscious conclusion, 1866 -- 41. Edward Bradford Titchener on the context theory of meaning, 1910 -- 42. Edwin Bissell Holt on response as the essence of cognition, 1915 -- 43. Max Wertheimer on objects as immediately given to consiousness, 1923.
44. René Descartes on the interaction of mind and brain, 1650 -- 45. Franz Joseph Gall on phrenology, the localization of the functions of the brain, 1825 -- 46. Pierre Jean Marie Flourens on the functions of the brain, 1824 -- 47. Paul Broca on the speech center, 1861 -- 48. Gustav Fritsch and Eduard Hitzig on cerebral motor centers, 1870 -- 49. John Hughlings Jackson on dissolution of the nervous system, 1884 -- 50. Shepherd Ivory Franz on the variability of the motor centers, 1915 -- 51. Karl Spencer Lashley on cerebral equipotentiality and mass action, 1929 -- 52. Henry Head on vigilance, 1926 -- 53. Ewald Hering: anticipation of psychophysiological isomorphism, 1878 -- 54. Georg Elias Müller on the psychophysical axioms, 1896 -- 55. Max Wertheimer on the isomorphic relation between seen movement and cortical short circuit, 1912 -- 56. Wolfgang Köhler on isomorphism, 1920 -- 57. René Descartes on mechanism in human action, 1662 -- 58. Julien Offray de la Mettrie on the extension of mechanism to the human soul, 1748 -- 59. David Hartley on voluntary and involuntary action, 1749 -- 60. Robert Whytt on empirical reflexology, 1751 -- 61. George Prochaska on the nervous system, 1784 -- 62. Marshall Hall on the spinal nervous system, 1843, 1850 -- 63. Ivan Michailovich Sechenov on reflexology and psychology, 1863 -- 64. John Dewey against reflexology, 1896.
65. Aristotle on the associative nature of memory, circa 350 B.C. -- 66. Thomas Hobbes on the train of thought, 1651 -- 67. John Locke on disorders of the mind, 1700 -- 68. George Berkeley on arbitrary connections among ideas, 1733 -- 69. David Hume on a psychological analogue of gravitation, 1739 -- 70. David Hartley on association: successive and simultaneous, simple and complex, 1749 -- 71. Thomas Brown on the secondary laws of association, 1820 -- 72. James Mill on mental mechanics, 1829 -- 73. John Stuart Mill on mental chemistry, 1843 -- 74. Herbert Spencer on intelligence, 1855 -- 75. William James on the limitations of associationism, 1890 -- 76. Wilhelm Wundt on psychological analysis and creative synthesis, 1896 -- 77. Charles Robert Darwin on the theory of evolution, 1859 -- 78. Francis Galton on the inheritance of intelligence, 1869 -- 79. Francis Galton on mental capacity, 1883 -- 80. James McKeen Cattell on mental tests, 1890 -- 81. Alfred Binet and Victor Henri on the psychology of individual differences, 1895 -- Hermann Ebbinghaus on the completion test, 1897 -- 83. Stella Emily Sharp on a test of mental testing, 1899 -- 84. Clark Wissler on the inadequacy of mental tests, 1901.
85. Charles Edward Spearman on general intelligence, 1904 -- 86. William Stern on the mental quotient, 1912 -- 87. George John Romanes on comparative psychology, 1882 -- 88. Conwy Lloyd Morgan on Lloyd Morgan's canon, 1894 -- 89. Jacques Loeb on associative memory, 1899 -- 90. Herbert Spencer Jennings on the continuity of psychological processes, 1906 -- 91. William James on the function of consiousness, 1890 -- 92. James Mark Baldwin on the psychology of children, 1895 -- 93. James Rowland Angell on functionalism, 1906 -- 94. John Broadus Watson on behaviorism, 1913 -- 95. Hermann Ebbinghaus on the learning of nonsense syllables, 1885 -- 96. Mary Whiton Calkins on the learning of paired associates, 1896 -- 97. Edward Lee Thorndike on animal learning, 1898 -- 98. Robert Mearns Yerkes on the intelligence of the turtle, 1901 -- 99. Willard Stanton Small on the maze, 1901 -- 100. Edward Lee Thorndike and Robert Sessions Woodworth on transfer of training, 1901 -- 101. Ivan Petrovich Pavlov on conditioned reflexes, 1904 -- 102. Wolfgang Köhler on the insight of apes, 1917.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)191715
(OCoLC)ocm00191715
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WorldCat Identities Herrnstein, Richard J.,
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