Psychology: From the Standpoint of a Behaviorist

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INDEX
A
Acquisition and possession, 254 of complex material, 339 of habits, factors affecting, 385 of skill in archery, 284
Activity, prediction of, 1 emotional, level of, 197 implicit, 274 level of, 182, 400 overt, 273 thought, 331 timing of, 294 unitary, 272
Acts, determiners of, 298
Adaptability, social, 401
Addison's disease, 188
Adjustment, kinæsthetic-motor, 59, 296 nature of, 271 partial, 286
Adolescent habits, discarding of, 415
Adrenal gland, removal of, 188
Adrenin, administration of, 189 specific effect of, 221
Age, effect of, 388
Alcohol, distribution of, 363 effect of, 360
All-or-none law, 119
Altitude, effect on handwriting, 376
Amsden, 398
Anderson, 292
Angell, 289
Arai, 353-357
Arithmetic, subvocal, 355
Army, Alpha test of, 24
Assets, 348, 397
Association areas, 149 word reaction, 208
Attachments, emotional, 211 Attitudes, emotional, 216
Auditory stimulation, theory of, 84
Autacoid, 182 of thyroid, 187
Autonomic system, 154
Avoiding candle flame, 278
Axone, 113
B
Babinski reflex, 245
Balancing factors, 403
Baldo, Camillo, 409
Basal ganglia, 132
Bateman, 322
Bean, 343
Beats, 77
Bechterew, 29
Behavior, control of, 3 general level of, 399
Bennett, Arnold, 395
Bergson, 410
Bias, personal, 402
Binet, 399, 409, 410
Biological characteristics, as personality guide, 408
Blanton, 238, 317
Blinking, 245
Blood sugar, resulting from emotional stimulation, 210
Bodily habits, explicit, retention of , 301
Book, W. F., 305, 306, 353
Boring, 139, 377
Brain, base of, 127 convex surface, 133 gross features, 126 peripheral neurones of, 139 stem, 129 vertical median section of, 130
Bryan, 340
Bush, 367

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