Harvard Psychological Studies, Volume 1
Containing Sixteen Experimental Investigations from the Harvard Psychological Laboratory.
Preface, H. Münsterberg — Studies in perception: Eye-movement and central anæsthesia, E.B. Holt. Tactual illusions, C.H. Rieber, Tactual time estimation, K. Dunlap. Perception of number through touch, J.F. Messenger. The subjective horizon, R. MacDougall. The illusion of resolution-stripes on the color-wheel, E.B. Holt — Studies in memory: Recall of words, objects and movements, H.A. Peterson. Mutual inhibition of memory images, F. Meakin. Control of the memory image, C.S. Moore — Studies in æsthetic processes: The structure of simple rhythm forms, R. MacDougall. Rhythm and rhyme, R.H. Stetson. Studies in symmetry, E.D. Puffer. The æsthetics of unequal division, R.P. Angier — Studies in animal psychology: Habit formation in the crawfish, Camburus affinis, R.M. Yerkes and G.E. Huggins. The instincts, habits and reactions of the frog, R.M. Yerkes — Studies in psychological theory: The position of psychology in the system of knowledge, H. Münsterberg.