Animals and Men: Studies in Comparative Psychology

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The Author acknowledges with thanks the use of photographs and drawings reproduced in this book as follows:--
Fig. 1.-- Pfungst: "Clever Hans." New York: Holt.
Fig. 2.-- Pfungst: "Versuche über die Spürfähigkeit von Polizeihunden." Official Report. Berlin.
Fig. 3.-- Pfungst: "Versuche über die Spürfähigkeit von Polizeihunden." Official Report. Berlin.
Fig. 4.-- Katz: "Beobachtungen mit einer Maus." Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 100, 1926.
Fig. 5.-- Krall: "Denkende Tiere, Beiträge zur Tierseelenkunde auf Grund eigner Versuche." Leipzig, 1912.
Fig. 6.-- Porta: "Physiognomonia."
Fig. 7.-- Porta: "Physiognomonia."
Fig. 8.-- Révész: "Experiments on Animal Space Perception." British Journal of Psychology, 14, 1924.
Fig. 12.-- Kohts: "Untersuchungen über die Erkenntnisfähigkeiten des Schimpansen." Moskau und Petrograd, 1923.
Fig. 13.-- Engelmann: "Untersuchungen über die Schallokalisation bei Tieren." Z. Psych., 105, 1928.
Fig. 14.-- Engelmann: "Untersuchungen über die Schallokalisation bei Tieren." Z. Psych., 105, 1928.
Fig. 15.-- Keller and Brückner: Z. Psych., 126, 1932.
Fig. 16.-- Engelmann: Z. Psych., 105, 1928.
Fig. 16A.-- Engelmann: Z. Psych., 105, 1928.
Fig. 17.-- Engelmann: Z. Psych., 105, 1928.
Fig. 18.-- Rüppell: "Heimfindeversuche mit Staren, 1934." Journal für Ornithologie, 83, 1935.
Fig. 20.-- Bastian Schmid: Zeitschrift für Hundeforschung, 2, 1932.
Fig. 21.-- Bastian Schmid: Zeitschrift für Hundeforschung, 2, 1932.
Fig. 22.-- Hellwald: Z. Psych., 123, 1931.
Fig. 23.-- Hellwald: Z. Psych., 123, 1931.
Fig. 24.-- Hellwald: Z. Psych., 123, 1931.
Fig. 25.-- Bayer: Z. Psych., 112, 1929.
Fig. 26.-- Brückner photograph.
Fig. 27.-- Brückner photograph.
Fig. 28.-- Skard: "Studies in the Psychology of Needs." Acta Psychologica, 2, 1936.
Fig. 29.-- F. W. Bond, F.R.P.S.
Fig. 30.-- Brückner: Z. Psych., 128, 1933.
Fig. 31.-- Brückner: Z. Psych., 128, 1933.
Fig. 33.--After A. Bethe.
Fig. 36.-- Köhler: "Intelligenzprüfungen an Anthropoiden."
Fig. 37.--After F. Doflein.

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