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Principles Of Experimental Psychology

ISBN 9781138882546
Published December 1, 2014 by Routledge
200 Pages

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Book Description

This is Volume XVI of twenty-one in the Individual Differences series with the library of Psychology. First published in 1929, this study looks at the principles of experimental psychology in terms of reaction processes, affective reactions, perceptive reactions, intellectual reactions and the utilization of experience.

Table of Contents

Introduction; Part 1 The Reaction Processes and The Forms of Behaviour; Chapter 1 The Conception of Reaction; Chapter 2 The Hereditary Forms of Behaviour Reflexes and Automatisms; Chapter 3 Individual Behaviour and the Variability of Responses; Chapter 4 Social Forms of Behaviour; Part 2 Affective Reactions and The Orientation of Conduct; Chapter 5 The Elementary Affects; Chapter 6 Emotion and the Activating Influence of the Affective Processes; Chapter 7 Instinctive Activities Tendencies and Needs; Chapter 8 The Complex Play of Sentiments and Tendencies; Part 3 Perceptive Reactions and the Acquisition of Experience; Chapter 9 The Pre-Perceptive Attitude Attention and Sensory Accommodation; Chapter 10 The Elementary Perceptive Reactions Sensation and Its Laws; Chapter 11 Space and Time; Chapter 12 The Perceptive Reaction and its Stages; Chapter 13 Congenital Equipment And Mnemonic Acquisition The Fixation of Memories; Part 4 Intellectual Reactions and the Elaboration of Experience; Chapter 14 The Association Process and The Action Of Memory; Chapter 15 The Organization of Symbolism Language and Thought; Chapter 16 Creative Thought and the Economy of Experience; Part 5 The Levels of Activity and The Utilization of Experience; Chapter 17 The Degrees of Mental Efficiency and The Notion of Attention; Chapter 18 Activity and Work Incitement and Fatigue; Chapter 19 The Hierarchy of Acts Voluntary Activity and Social Behaviour; Part 6 Mental Stages and Types; Chapter 20 Mental Evolution and Levels of Development; Chapter 21 The Differentiation of Natural Types Sex and Race; Chapter 22 The Hierarchic Arrangement of Individuals and Judgments of Value Will—Intelligence; Chapter 23 The Analytic Classification of Individuals Type—Character—Mental Profile;

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