Animals and Men: Studies in Comparative Psychology

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INDEX OF AUTHORS
ADAMS, 140, 252
Adler, 41
Allesch, von, 23, 111, 112, 113, 253
Alverdes, 200, 201, 206
Amira, von, 232
Anderson, 35
Angyal, 133
Aristotle, 53, 235
BAEGE, 38, 84, 140
Baer, von, 52
Ballachey, 59
Baumgarten, 134
Bayer, 160, 161, 162
Beck, 160, 162
Beling, 136
Beniuc, 143
Benussi, 28.
Bethe, 189
Betz, 253
Bierens de Haan, 20, 48, 50, 69, 84, 92, 121, 154, 211, 225, 226, 244, 245
Binet, 89, 134
Bingham, 57
Bird, 209
Blodget, 157
Böker, 176
Boulenger, 45, 155
Bousfield, 148, 162
Brecher, 52
Brehm, 21
Brock, 143
Bruce, 158
Brückner, 43, 98, 103, 104, 212, 213, 214, 216, 218
Brunner, 65, 66
Brunswick, 139
Brunswig, 28
Bühler, 56
Burkamp, 77
Buytendijk, 39, 42, 48, 59, 87, 252
CARD, 174
Carpenter, 57, 212, 219
Claparède, 25, 30, 37, 39, 48, 139, 144
Clay, 172
Coghill, 140
Conradi, 210
Coward, 116
DACQUÉ, 234
Darwin, 233
Davis, 171
Deegener, 200, 205
Democritus, 232
Dexler, 32, 188
Dodson, 157
Dove, 156, 171, 172, 185
Drew, 159
Dürckheim, von, 95
EDINGER, 26
Elliott, 158
Ellis, 93
Engelmann, 100, 103, 104
Esper, 211
Ettlinger, 231
Evans, 232
Exner, 81
FABRE, 57
Fairchild, 171
Faustinus, 17, 18
Feige, 137
Fischel, 48, 90, 252
Fraenkel, 94, 110, 115
Freud, 37
Friederichs, 176, 177
Friedmann, 200
Friesenhahn, 172
Frisch, von, 30, 44, 48, 60, 211
Fuchs, 188

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