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The philosophy of instinct and reason

By: Bushnan, J. Stevenson (John Stevenson), 1808-1884
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The Philosophy of Instinct and Reason

By: Bushnan, J. Stevenson (John Stevenson), 1808-1884

...l that can be offered, will at least indicate the high situation which the comparative anatomy of the nervous system must hold in such an investigatio... ... is propor- tionally more developed than in large,—the gene- rally greater comparative size of the human brain 58 NERVOUS SYSTEM IN MAN must be regar... ...hem, but take place rather from the defect of such stimulus. The pliant in comparative darkness moves in search of raRITABILITY IN PLANTS AND AT^IMAL... ... of air, while the radicle of seeds and the roots of plants in general, in comparatively arid situations, move in search of moisture; and all these, l... ...ion of these cavities ? It is time, however, without insisting more on the comparative merits of these two views, to pro- ceed to what is more immedia...

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The Colour-Sense: Its Origin and Development: An Essay in Comparative Psychology

By: Grant Allen

...L LIBRAI{Y. THE COLOUR-SENSE: 3ts ®rigil1 anb lDel'elopment. AN ESSAY IN COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY. :BY G RAN T A J.J LEN, '\ B.k., .A UTBOR 01'... ... THE COLOUR-SENSE: 3ts ®rigil1 anb lDel'elopment. AN ESSAY IN COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY. :BY G RAN T A J.J LEN, '\ B.k., .A UTBOR 01' "PH YSIOLOG... ..., because my former wor¥ dealt 0111y with lEsthetics as an element of human psychology: while the materials here collected refer rather to the wide... ...sis. Our great naturalists supply us with the facts upon which to build our comparative psychology: and I hope there is no presumption in employing ... ...at naturalists supply us with the facts upon which to build our comparative psychology: and I hope there is no presumption in employing them someti... ...l a very tentative and rudimentary work. But unless we make a beginning in psychology we shall never reach the end: and I send forth my speculation... ...s of science; but wherever I have occasion to note a particular . fact, of comparatively modern ascertainment or specialist knowledge, I give the a... ...ther words, is only slightly heated), the waves to which it gives rise are comparatively slow and voluminous: as the rate of vibra­ tion increases, ... ...at first developed. . There is one conspicuous exception, however, to this comparative inertness of the light-waves-I mean the case of plants. In t...

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The Colour-Sense: Its Origin and Development : An Essay in Comparative Psychology

By: Grant Allen

..., cloth, los.6d. THE OOLOUR SENSE: Its Origin and Development. AN ESSAY IN COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY. By GRANT ALLEN, B.A., Author of .. Physloloaical... ....6d. THE OOLOUR SENSE: Its Origin and Development. AN ESSAY IN COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY. By GRANT ALLEN, B.A., Author of .. Physloloaical JIlsthetlca... ...H AND LONDON THE COLOUR-SENSE: its "rigin anlJ Debelopment. AN ESSA Y IN COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY. BY GRANT A.LLEN, B.A., , AUTHOR 0,. "PHYSIOLO... ... THE COLOUR-SENSE: its "rigin anlJ Debelopment. AN ESSA Y IN COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY. BY GRANT A.LLEN, B.A., , AUTHOR 0,. "PHYSIOLOGICAL .aTIIE... ...e, because my former work dealt only wjth lEsthetics as an element of human psychology.: while the materials here collected refer rather to the wid... ...lacea of wenoo; but wherever I bave occaaiOD to Dote a particnlar fact, of comparatively modem ueertain. ment or specialist knowledge, I give the a... ... at fint developed. There is one oo1l8picuoua e.xooption, however, to this comparative inennes!! of Lhe light-waves-l mean the case of plant!!. In ... ...re far more highly evolved creatures than the Medusre, but their habits are comparatively sluggish, while the Medusre lead a wandering, predatory li... ...ubt upon the whole body of from the above paragraph, extends Associationist Psychology, I hasten only to the very simplest elements of to add, paren...

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Chapters on Man : With the Outlines of a Science of Comparative Psychology

By: Charles Staniland Wake
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Chapters on Man : With the Outlines of a Science of Comparative Psychology

By: Charles Staniland Wake
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Comparative Psychology and Universal Analogy

By: M. Edgeworth Lazarus

...ction World Public Library.org AND UNIVERSAL ANALOGY, VOL. I Title: COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY AND UNIVERSAL ANALOGY, VOL. I Author: M. EDGEWORTH... ...d Public Library.org AND UNIVERSAL ANALOGY, VOL. I Title: COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY AND UNIVERSAL ANALOGY, VOL. I Author: M. EDGEWORTH LAZARUS Lan... ...... ...... ...t l"ver.e, and Ma"""' flrri"t., pu.im. , UNITY.' OF MAN WITH NATURE, o~ COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY AND UNIVERSAL ANALOGY. A LESSON FOR THE LADIES. ... ...nd Ma"""' flrri"t., pu.im. , UNITY.' OF MAN WITH NATURE, o~ COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY AND UNIVERSAL ANALOGY. A LESSON FOR THE LADIES. - . .- "INST... ...allegories, to initiate the ladies into the great mystery of the unity 16 COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY. of creation, and to enable them to give lessons ... ...to initiate the ladies into the great mystery of the unity 16 COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY. of creation, and to enable them to give lessons on the subj... ...Iris, emblems of marriages happy by the alliance of love with fortune. 20 COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY. This emblem of marriage bears three caterpillars...

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An Introduction to Comparative Psychology

By: Conwy Lloyd Morgan
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Comparative Psychology and Universal Analogy

By: M. Edgeworth Lazarus

...ction World Public Library.org AND UNIVERSAL ANALOGY, VOL. I Title: COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY AND UNIVERSAL ANALOGY, VOL. I Author: M. EDGEWORTH... ...d Public Library.org AND UNIVERSAL ANALOGY, VOL. I Title: COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY AND UNIVERSAL ANALOGY, VOL. I Author: M. EDGEWORTH LAZARUS Lan... ...... ...... ...animal allegories to i i8,t ,he di in 0 the great mystery of t e unIty 16 COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY. of creation, and to enable them to give lessons ... ...ories to i i8,t ,he di in 0 the great mystery of t e unIty 16 COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY. of creation, and to enable them to give lessons on the subj... ...t to explain these numberless enigmas is Universal Analogy or Compara­ tive Psychology. It is one of the branches of Attrac­ tion, which we have disd... ...... ......

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Comparative Psychology : Or, The Growth and Grades of Intelligence

By: John Bascom

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY Author: JOHN BASCOM Language: English Subject: Fi... ...ic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY Author: JOHN BASCOM Language: English Subject: Fiction, Liter... ...--.. --I~ .. I 1 1 !~ (' ;. I -I I t I r t \ -~ ..... . /~ 1m COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY , OR, THE GROWTH AND GRADEi INTELLIGENCE. BY ... ... I 1 1 !~ (' ;. I -I I t I r t \ -~ ..... . /~ 1m COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY , OR, THE GROWTH AND GRADEi INTELLIGENCE. BY JOHN BASCOM,... ... purpose to test the nature and extent of the modi­ fications put upon human psychology by its rela- iv PREFACE. tions in growth to the life below i... ...man may be said to have been reached. The two are included in com­ parative psychology. . By comparative psychology we understand a knowledge of in... ... have been reached. The two are included in com­ parative psychology. . By comparative psychology we understand a knowledge of intelligence, of con... ...fes­ tations, and still more in its antecedent conditions, to penetrate, in comparative psychology, far down among material forces, and, by the medi... ....' . 34 MIND AND MA TIER. as it would be impossible for us to understand comparative psychology, the slow evolution of the intelligence now prese...

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Behavior : An Introduction to Comparative Psychology

By: John Broadus Watson

...B. WATSON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org TO COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY Title: BEHAVIOR AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIV... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org TO COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY Title: BEHAVIOR AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY... ...... ...E JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVEBSITY, May, 1914. J .. B. W. CON'rEN'fS CHAPTER I PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR Unsatisfactory nature of present psychological p... ... habits.­ Curves of learning; sensory habits.-Motor habits in human beings.-Comparative learning ability of different animals. IV. The rise of habit... ...stem. III. The kinesthetic system. INDEX 433 BEHAVIOR An Introduction to Comparative Psychology BEHAVIOR CHAPTER I PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR 1 ... ...e kinesthetic system. INDEX 433 BEHAVIOR An Introduction to Comparative Psychology BEHAVIOR CHAPTER I PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR 1 Unsatisfacto... ... data (including under this term everything which go.es under the name o.f comparative psycho.Io.gy) have no. value per see They possess .significa... ...country, paid the attention to the histology of the sense organs and to the comparative anatomy of the central nervous system which these subjects d...

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Behavior Monographs : Vol. 3

... not a safe criterion of intelligence. The importance of this conclusion for comparative and genetic psychology needs no emphasis. MENTAL LIFE OF MON... ... intelligence. The importance of this conclusion for comparative and genetic psychology needs no emphasis. MENTAL LIFE OF MONKEYS AND APES 69 Problem... ...pace, have not been indicated or discussed. They can be developed from later comparative studies of the data, for in the tables appear all of the esse... ... to the study of mind in animals, pub- lished the first notable paper on the psychology of monkeys. His results force the conclusion that "free ideas"... ...sults, therefore, although extremely interesting and of obvious value to the comparative psychologist, throw no special light upon the problem of idea... ...rcely deserving of being classed as satisfactory experimental studies of the psychology of the ape. I have the satisfaction of being able to present i... ...tage, and although such observa- tions unquestionably have certain value for comparative psy- chology, it is well known that unless an observer knows ... ...books on mental evolution, by C. Lloyd Morgan (1906) in his several works on comparative psychology, and by Holmes (1911) in his discussion of the evo... ...tal evolution, by C. Lloyd Morgan (1906) in his several works on comparative psychology, and by Holmes (1911) in his discussion of the evolution of in...

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Behavior an Introduction to Comparative Psychology

By: John B. Watson

... by JOHN B. WATSON DAMAGEBOOK BEHAVIOR An Introduction" td* Comparative Psychology BY JOHN B. WATSON Professor of Psychology m The Jo... ...JOHN B. WATSON DAMAGEBOOK BEHAVIOR An Introduction" td* Comparative Psychology BY JOHN B. WATSON Professor of Psychology m The Johns Hopkins ... ...t. J. B W. THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, May, 1914* CONTENTS CHAPTER I PAGE PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR 1 ^Unsatisfactory nature of present i^vcliolo^H.j... ...tor habits Curves of learning; sensory habits. Motor habits in human beings. Comparative " . if ^ A" T i' .-f different animals. IV. The rise of habit... ...system. III. The kinsesthetic system. INDEX 433 BEHAVIOR An Introduction to Comparative Psychology BEHAVIOR CHAPTER I PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR* Unsat... ... The kinsesthetic system. INDEX 433 BEHAVIOR An Introduction to Comparative Psychology BEHAVIOR CHAPTER I PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR* Unsatisfactory ns... ...ehavior. Summary. Unsatisfactory nature of present psychological prem- ises. Psychology as the behaviorist views it is a purely objective experimental... ...vior data (Including under this term everything which goes under the name of comparative psychology) have no value per se. They possess significance o... ... country, paid the attention to the histology of the sense organs and to the comparative anatomy of the central nervous system which these subjects de...

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Behavior : An Introduction to Comparative Psychology

By: John Broadus Watson

...B. WATSON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org TO COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY Title: BEHAVIOR AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIV... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org TO COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY Title: BEHAVIOR AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY... ...... ... concept of unit characters.-Unit cbaractere.-- 148 CON'rEN'fS CHAPTER I PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR Unsatisfactory nature of present psychological p... ... habits.­ Curves of learning; sensory habits.-Motor habits in human beings.-Comparative learning ability of different animals. IV. The rise of habit... ...IOR An Introduction to Conlparati,·e PSY'chology BEHAVIOR CHAPTER I • PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR 1 Unsatisfactory nature of present psychological... ...or data (including under this term everything which goes under the name of comparative psychology) have no value per see They possess. significance... ...country, paid the attention to the histology of the sense organs and to the comparative anatomy of the central nervous system which these subjects d... ... something already present but hidden), the indirect evidence obtained from comparative anatomy, embryology, and historical geology is so complete ...

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Behavior : An Introduction to Comparative Psychology

By: John Broadus Watson

...B. WATSON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org TO COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY Title: BEHAVIOR AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIV... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org TO COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY Title: BEHAVIOR AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY... ...HB JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVEBSITY, May, 1914. J. B. W. CON'('EN'fS CHAPTER I PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR Unsatisfactory nature of present psychological p... ... habits.­ Curves of learning; sensory habits.-Motor habits in human beings.-Comparative learning ability of different animals. IV. The rise of habit... ...stem. III. The kinmsthetic system. INDEX 433 BEHAVIOR An Introduction to Comparative Psychology • • BEHAVIOR ... ,,- J ... " <J ~ .J "" ..... ...e kinmsthetic system. INDEX 433 BEHAVIOR An Introduction to Comparative Psychology • • BEHAVIOR ... ,,- J ... " <J ~ .J "" .. ~ ..., ~..,... ..... ,/' .J .... - • 4 " J :I . .. .. (,t .,"# o .. " ... CHAPTER I PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR 1 .., .,,~ '" Unsatisfactory nature of present ... ...or data (i~cluding under this term everything which goes under the name of comparative psychology) have no value per see They possess significance ... ...country, paid the attention to the histology of the sense organs and to the comparative anatomy of the central nervous system w.hich these subjects ...

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Behavior Monographs : Vol. 2

...- jects. In that discussion, we shall assume that there is no necessity that psychology postulate such a representative factor save where successful r... ...ashburn's cat on the stairway. 1. Imitation Thorndike 3 is an example of the comparative psychologist who interprets the highest type of imitation as ... ...ticulate ideas as follows: "By a more articulate idea, is meant one in which comparatively distinct elements are held in a comparatively distinct rela... ...may exist sporadically as has been claimed in the case of animal dreams. But comparative psychologists have neither the right nor the need to assume t... ...ew sentences will adequately represent his position when the Introduction to Comparative Psychology was written. " In the first place we may notice th... ... will adequately represent his position when the Introduction to Comparative Psychology was written. " In the first place we may notice that the exist... ... we need not attempt to carry any further our investigations into zoological psychology — they must have memory, and there must be in them, as in us, ... ...e is extremely probable. It cannot be too often reiter- ated that structural psychology has no place in the study of animal behavior. One must speak i... ...forgotten that although almost any type of behavior may involve imagery, the comparative psychologist is seeking for behavior whose explanation requir...

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Evolutional Ethics and Animal Psychology

By: Edward Payson Evans
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Behavior an Introduction to Comparative Psychology

By: John B. Watson

... by JOHN B. WATSON BEHAVIOR An Introduction" td* Comparative Psychology BY JOHN B. WATSON Professor of Psychology m The Jo... ... by JOHN B. WATSON BEHAVIOR An Introduction" td* Comparative Psychology BY JOHN B. WATSON Professor of Psychology m The Johns Hopkins ... ...t. J. B W. THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, May, 1914* CONTENTS CHAPTER I PAGE PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR 1 ^Unsatisfactory nature of present i^vcliolo^H.j... ...tor habits Curves of learning; sensory habits. Motor habits in human beings. Comparative " . if ^ A" T i' .-f different animals. IV. The rise of habit... ...system. III. The kinsesthetic system. INDEX 433 BEHAVIOR An Introduction to Comparative Psychology BEHAVIOR CHAPTER I PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR* Unsat... ... The kinsesthetic system. INDEX 433 BEHAVIOR An Introduction to Comparative Psychology BEHAVIOR CHAPTER I PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR* Unsatisfactory ns... ...ehavior. Summary. Unsatisfactory nature of present psychological prem- ises. Psychology as the behaviorist views it is a purely objective experimental... ...vior data (Including under this term everything which goes under the name of comparative psychology) have no value per se. They possess significance o... ... country, paid the attention to the histology of the sense organs and to the comparative anatomy of the central nervous system which these subjects de...

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Behavior : An Introduction to Comparative Psychology

By: John Broadus Watson

...B. WATSON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org TO COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY Title: BEHAVIOR AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIV... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org TO COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY Title: BEHAVIOR AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY... ...... ...HNS HOPKINS UNIVEBSITY, Ma1l, 1914. , , J. B. W. CON'rEN'fS CHAPTEa I PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR Unsatisfactory nature of present psychological p... ... habits.­ Curves of learning; sensory habits.-Motor habits in human beings.-Comparative learning ability of different animals __ v IV. The rise of ... ...stem. III. The kinesthetic system. INDEX 433 BEHAVIOR An Introduction to Comparative Psychology BEHAVIOR CHAPTER I PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR 1 ... ...e kinesthetic system. INDEX 433 BEHAVIOR An Introduction to Comparative Psychology BEHAVIOR CHAPTER I PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR 1 Unsatisfacto... ...or data (including under this term everything which goes under the name of comparative psychology) have no value per see They possess ~ignificance ... ... something already present b~t hidden), the indirect evidence obtained from comparative anatomy, embryology, and historical geology is so complete ...

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Behavior : An Introduction to Comparative Psychology

By: John Broadus Watson

...B. WATSON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org TO COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY Title: BEHAVIOR AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIV... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org TO COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY Title: BEHAVIOR AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY... ...... ...... ...THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, May, 1914. J. B. W. CON'rEN'fS CHAPTER I PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR Unsatisfactory nature of present psychological p... ... habits.­ Curves of learning; sensory habits.-Motor habits in human beings.-Comparative learning ability of different animals. IV. The rise of habit... .... III. The kiwesthetic system. INDEX 433 .~ BEHAVIOR An Introduction to Comparative Psychology , . , ,~ BEHAVIOR CHAPTER I PSYCHOLOGY AND ... ...westhetic system. INDEX 433 .~ BEHAVIOR An Introduction to Comparative Psychology , . , ,~ BEHAVIOR CHAPTER I PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR 1 U... ...or data (~ncluding under this term everything which goes under the name of comparative psychology) have no value per see They possess significance ...

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