The Elements of Scientific Psychology

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APPENDIX II
SOME USEFUL REFERENCE BOOKS
This list includes books only. Reference to periodical literature should be sought in the Psychological Index (issued annually) and the reviews and summaries in the Psychological Bulletin (monthly). There are certain topics mentioned in the text on which no book references are given, although many books have been published, because those books are useful only to the well grounded and critical psychologist, who can sift a bushel of chaff from a grain of wheat. Certain other topics are omitted from the references merely because they are technical and remote from the general purpose of the text.
1. Psychological texts which present the subject from points of view significantly different from that of this text.
Breese B. B.: Psychology. 1917.
Calkins M. W.: A First Book in Psychology. 1910.
James W.: Principles of Psychology. 2 vols. 1890.
Judd C. H.: Psychology: General Introduction. 2d ed. 1917.
Ladd and Woodworth: Elements of Physiological Psychology. 1911.
Titchener E. B.: A Textbook of Psychology. 1919.
Watson J. B.: Psychology from the Standpoint of a Behaviorist. 1919.
Warren H. W.: Human Psychology. 1920.

II. Anatomy, physiology and psychobiology.
Dunlap K.: An Outline of Psychobiology. 2d ed. 1920.
Greenwood M.: The Physiology of the Special Senses. 1910.
Herrick C. J.: Introduction to Neurology. 1915.
Howell W. H.: A Textbook of Physiology. 6th ed. 1915.
Luciani L.: Human Physiology (transl. by Welby). 5 vols. 1911-17.
Schafer E. A.: Text Book of Physiology. Vol. 2. 1900.
Schafer E. A.: The Endocrine Organs. 1920.
Starling E. H.: Principles of Human Physiology. 3d ed. 1920.
Quain's Anatomy: 11th ed. 4 vols. 1908.

III. The Cranial Senses.

(a) Taste and smell.
Collet: L'odorat. Paris, 1904.
Haycraft J. B.: The sense of taste. The sense of smell. (In Schafer Textbook of Physiology).

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