Experimental psychology and its bearing upon culture / by George Malcolm Stratton Stratton, George Malcolm, 1865-1957

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Stratton, George Malcolm, 1865-1957
Psychophysiology; Psychology, Experimental [and] physiological; Psychology, Experimental.
"The aim of the present volume is to give an untechnical account of certain groups of experiments in psychology and to show something of their significance. As to the particular experiments that are of most interest and importance in this field, of course opinions would differ. Every one who works in psychology soon finds himself attracted in special directions, and on the whole it is perhaps well for a writer to respect this element of personal affinity. But in preparing the book, the author has aimed to present, as best he could within somewhat narrow limits, the character and value of the laboratory psychology, especially as bearing upon our moral and philosophical interests. In this way the book is planned to occupy a different field from that already so well covered by the excellent works of Titchener, Sanford, and Scripture"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved).
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