Covers topics in philosophy, psychology, and scientific methods. Vols. 31- include qA Bibliography of philosophy, q 1933-no class-work, the supplementary reading (very wisely omitted from a laboratory manual) must be carefully chosen and faithfully done. ... Nine experiments are devoted to vision, four to audition, the same to smell and taste, the somewhat disproportionate appearing number of ... Eleven are given to the perception of space, four to the perception of time, and six to the perception of words and meaning.
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