Recent Experiments in Psychology

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INDEX

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Accommodation, 203
Acidity and stomach activity, 103
Action currents (see Action potentials)
Action potentials, cerebral, 217-232
in alcoholic stupor, 224
at awakening, 222
apparatus for recording, 216-217
effect of auditory stimulation, 222
in epilepsy, 224-232
in hypnosis, 223
in infants, 224
during sleep, 222
(See also Alpha waves; Berger rhythm; Beta waves; Delta waves; Gamma waves; Random waves; Saw-tooth waves; Spikes; Spindles)
muscular, at awakening, 437
in deaf-mutes, 431-439
during dreams, 431,434-436
during imagination, 427-430, 437
in investigations of motor theory of thinking, 426-439
from nerve trunks, 216, 217
during problem-solving, 437
during sleep, 434-437
during verbal reactions, 429-439
Activity and general condition in migration, 27-39
Acute anterior poliomyelitis, pathology of, 189-191
prognosis and treatment of, 193-194
symptoms of, 191-193
Adaptation, to darkness, 123
differences between rods and cones, 123
effect of vitamin A on dark adaptation, 135
to light, 123
Adjustment, significance to, of dark adaptation, 135
of emotional responses, 85, 105
Adrenin, 83, 95
Adrian, E. D., 217, 218
Adrian principle, 217, 218
Age, differences, in, in relation to differences
in morale in wartime, 480-481
and migration in salmon, 32-35
and reaction to interruption of tasks, 69
Aggressiveness, projection of, 445-454
Agnosia, visual, 186
Airsickness and perceptual conflict, 377
Albino, vision in, 124
Alcoholic stupor, cerebral-action potentials in, 224
Alcoholism, conditioning treatment of, 321- 322
All-or-none principle of nerve conduction, 217
Allport, G. W., 242
Alpha waves, 218, 222, 224
Ambivalence, 457
Amentia, 185
Amplifier, vacuum tube, in study of action potentials, 216, 217
Amtman, L. E., 89
Anderson, O. D., 336, 351
Anger, bodily changes in, 85, 92
facial expression in, 108, 112
induced by hypnosis, 451-454
(See also Aggressiveness, projection of; Resentment)
Animal psychology and learning study, 170
Anxiety, through perceptual conflict, 376
in ulcer patients, 98, 100, 104, 105
Aphasia, and brain function, 186-187
and language areas in brain, 186n.
mass-action theory and, 186-187
principal types of, 186
Apparatus, air plethysmograph, 269
amplifier, vacuum tube, 216-217
balloon, for study of gastrointestinal tone, 92-93
for conditioning vasoconstriction, 269- 270

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