A Hundred Years of Psychology, 1833-1933

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Tetanoid type, 303
Text-books, 15, 16, 59, 80, 148 ff., 175, 200ff., 205, 207, 245, 252, 253 ff., 271 ff
Thalamus, 266ff., 328, 330
Therapeutic treatment, 295
Thinking type, 300
Thirst, 330
Thought, imageless, 239, 262
Thought, "omnipotence" of, 336
Three-dimensional theory, 181 ff., 190
Thresholds, 64, 94, 98, 162 ff., 186, 195, 210, 258, 269
Thresholds, æsthesiometric, 217
Thresholds, measurements of, 162 ff
Timbre, 63, 173 ff
Time perception, 138, 185 ff., 242
Time-sense apparatus, 186
Tonal fusion, 185, 196
Tones, differences, 173
Tones, summation, 173
Totemism, 335 ff., 342
Touch, 64, 92ff., 131, 185
Touch, parental love derived from, 82, 83
Touch spots, 83, 195, 207, 327 ff
Trace reflex, 257
Traces, with Beneke, 34
Tradition, 347
Transitive state, 236
Trial and error learning, 244, 249 ff
Tropisms, 124
Twins,studyof, 124ff., 317
Two-point threshold (see also Compass Test) 95, 329
UNCONSCIOUS, The, 18, 78, 152, 228, 248, 279, 281 ff., 289, 291 ff
Unconscious, collective (Jung), 297
Unconscious inference, 170 ff., 181, 296 ff
Unconscious personal (Jung), 297
Urination, 330
VARIATION, natural, 112
Visceral changes in emotion, 263
Vision, 12, 49, 60 ff., 91 ff., 131, 145, 170ff., 184 ff., 190 ff., 201, 203, 205, 254, 270, 331ff
Vision, binocular, 61, 185
Vision, Goethe's theory, 60, 63
Vision, Hering's theory, 192 ff., 203, 332
Vision, Young-Helmholtz theory, 12, 60, 63, 91 ff., 171, 192 ff., 270, 332
Vividness in association, 31
Vocational guidance, 309, 355
Vocational selection, 309, 355ff
"W" FACTOR, Spearman's, 322
Weber's law, 94, 98, 162 ff., 201
Weight, apparent, depends on temperature, 93 ff
Weight lifting experiment, 65, 203, 235 ff., 331
White matter of brain, 54
Wild boy of Aveyron, 69 ff., 108
Will, 34, 117 ff., 238 ff., 254, 276, 346
Will, experimental study of, 187, 236 ff
Will, with Herbart, 20
Will, with James, 158
Will, Kant's treatment of, 15 ff
Will to power ( Adler's), 294
Wishes in psycho-analysis, 281, 285
Wit, Freud's treatment of, 283
Work, 351
Work, curve, 212, 352
Würzburg school, 146, 276

NAME INDEX
ABRAHAM, 283
Ach, 237, 238, 239, 298
Adler, 294, 295, 296, 297, 298
Alexander, 340
Alrutz, 195
Ames, 335
Angell, 154, 179, 214, 230
Arai, 351
Aristotle, 10, 13, 25, 27, 30, 280
Aster, von, 147
Astruc, 55
Athkinson, 342
Aveling, 234, 238, 239
Azam, 107
BAIN, 28, 76, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 134, 144, 148, 149, 150, 176, 180
Baldwin, 116, 119, 136, 229, 230
Barrett, 238
Bastian, 137
Baynes, 301
Beaunis, 216
Bechterev, 255, 256
Beer, 124
Bell, 40, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 59, 60, 61, 64, 65, 93, 170
Beneke, 28, 33, 34, 35, 36
Bentham, 29
Benussi, 148
Bergson, 297
Berkeley, 11, 85
Bernard, 274
Bernheim, 142, 216
Bernoulli, 163
Bessel, 90, 185
Bethe, 124
Bichat, 37
Binet, 132, 203, 216, 217, 239, 240, 304, 305, 306, 307, 314
Biran, 15, 27, 28
Blake, 301
Bleuler, 348
Blix, 95, 195
Bon, Le, 141, 142, 278

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