Laboratory Instrumentation in Psychology

Laboratory Instrumentation in Psychology

Laboratory Instrumentation in Psychology

Laboratory Instrumentation in Psychology

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The following manual represents a selection from the teaching materials which the writer has used for a number of years in a one-semester course on laboratory apparatus and technique. For a time, consideration was given to the expansion of the materials into a comprehensive treatment of the subject matter, and toward this end the writer has cooperated with Dr. George Mount of the University of California at Los Angeles. Meanwhile, an interest in the use of the materials already available has been expressed by colleagues with the result that the accompanying sections have been prepared in lithoprinted form. The general perspective of the undertaking has been outlined in Chapter 1 and will therefore not be repeated here.

The author is indebted to numerous students and colleagues who have contributed to this work. There are three persons in particular who should be mentioned: Dr. Harold Trueblood, who for four years worked with the writer in the laboratory and evaluated early drafts of these materials; Dr. George Mount, who for two years collaborated with the writer on a related undertaking and reviewed Chapters 2, 3, and 5; and Dr. John Stamm, who for two years used these instructional materials, made numerous contributions to their laboratory applications, and reviewed Chapters 2 and 8.

Grateful acknowledgment is also made to the many individuals, publishers, and manufacturers who have contributed illustration material. The list is too long to give here but acknowledgment is indicated with each illustration. Because these . . .

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