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Great experiments in psychology / by Henry E. Garrett; Garrett, Henry Edward, 1894-; New York ; London : Appleton-Century Company, c1941; Illustrated lining-papers;""Includes bibliographical references [p. 431-452] and index"";""Binet's scale for measuring general intelligence -- Army Alpha and the rise of group tests for measuring general intelligence -- Galton and the measurement of individual differences -- The experimental approach to the study of personality -- Pavlov and the conditioned reflex -- Franz's and Lashley's experimental studies of the rôle of the brain in learning -- Thorndike's experiments in problem-solving by animals and his ""laws"" of learning -- Köhler's experiments in perception and learning and their importance for Gestalt psychology -- Thorndike's and Woodworth's experiments on the transfer of training and their influence upon the doctrine of formal discipline -- Ebbinghaus's studies in memory and forgetting -- Watson's experimental studies of the behavior of the human infant -- Experimental studies of the emotions : the work of Cannon and others -- Visual and auditory perception : the work of Helmholtz and others -- Cattell's studies in the measurement of reaction time -- Weber's and Fechner's laws and the development of psychophysics""

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