The Experimental Psychology of Beauty

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INDEX OF NAMES
Abel, T. M., 260
Agnew, M., 257
Allesch, G. J. von, 50
Angelo, Michael, 129
Angier, R. P., 96
Angrave, A., 153
Arnold, M., 323, 325, 384
Auden, W. H., 26, 385, 388
Austin, J., 25
Austin, T. R. and Sleight, R. B., 96
Babbitt, M., 272
Bach, 215, 248, 252, 275, 295-6, 303
Bacharah, A. L., 16
Bailey, P. J., 334
Ballaxd, P. B., 324, 326, 386
Barbarolli, 266
Barnes, E., 114
Barnhart, E. N., 97
Barron, F. and Walsh, G. F., 100
Bartlett, F. C., 27
Bartok, 265
Bax, 297
Beardsley, M. C., 7
Beaujoi, P., 373
Beethoven, 8, 11, 13, 198, 203, 206, 208, 215, 227, 229, 239, 244, 248, 252, 265, 278, 286-8, 297, 300, 302, 311-12, 316
Bell, C., 11, 129
Bellini, 211
Berlioz, 258, 302, 311
Berman, E., 181
Bernard, E., 194
Bernberg, R. E., 137
Binet, 58, 110, 220, 331-2
Birkoff, G. D., 9, 10
Bizet, 239
Blake, 390
Blom, E., 20
Bodkin, T., 3, 11, 16, 50, 125, 126-7, 129, 187, 195
Bolton, T. L., 233
Bonheur, R., 142, 162
Borodin, 311
Bortniasky, 309
Botticelli, 107, 146, 173
Bougerau, 123
Bowes-Lyon, L., 399
Bradley, A. C., 14, 15, 360
Bradley, M., 43, 64
Brahms, 16, 248, 276, 302
Braque, 181-2
Bridges, F., 290
Brighouse, 237
Britton, J. N., 348-9, 350, 377, 387, 406
Brooke, R., 320-1, 398
Brown, I., 386
Browning, R., 322, 351, 398, 406
Bruchmann, F., 105
Buck, P., 27
Bulley, M., 17, 149, 156, 162-4, 174-6, 179
Bullough, E., 4, 9, 15, 19, 27, 53-4, 58, 60-1, 69, 85, 187, 201-2, 207, 221, 328
Bullough, G., 382, 386-7
Burrough, J., 325
Burt, C., 17, 27, 107, 111, 146-9, 151, 156 162, 166, 168-9, 171-2, 192, 330, 352, 373, 421
Busoni, 226
Byron, 320-1, 356, 360
Calkins, M., 121
Campbell, I. G., 299- 300, 307
Campbell, R., 404
Campion, T., 375
Canaletto, 161
Cancardas, 148
Carillo, 226
Caritt, E. F., 7, 18
Carroll, H. A., 150
Carroll, L., 341
Casals, P., 214
Cattell, T., 182
Cézanne, 16, 129, 161, 172
Chagall, M., 182, 186
Chandler, A. R., 50
Chaucer, 406
Child, M. S., 260
Childe, W. R., 335
Chopin, 248, 286, 295
Chou, S. K. and Chen, H. P., 44
Clausen, G., 159-60
Clough, A. H., 322
Coleridge, 3, 189, 322, 340, 367, 406
Constable, 147, 153, 159, 161
Corot, 159, 161
Cotman, F. G., 159
Couperin, 207
Crawford, D. and Washburn, M. F., 51
Cuyp, 161
Czermelbi, E., 265

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