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A Study of Puzzles with Special Reference to the Psychology of Mental Adaptation

Ernest H. Lindley
The American Journal of Psychology
Vol. 8, No. 4 (Jul., 1897), pp. 431-493
DOI: 10.2307/1411772
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1411772
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    Karl Groos: "Die Spiele der Thiere," Jena, 1896.
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    "Alle Jugendspiele beruhen auf Instincten. Diese Instincte sind nicht so voUkllommen, nicht so sehr in allen Details dem Gehirn einge- graben, wie sie es sein müssten, wenn sie sich erst im Ernstfall äus- sern würden; dafür treten sie aber schon in der Jugend auf und kön- nen in Folge dessen durch Uebung noch rechtzeitig ausgebildet wer- den."' P. 74.
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    Ibid., p. 68.
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    Introduction, p. 6.
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    "A Study of Fears," G. Stanley Hall, AM. JOUR. PSYCH., Vol. VIII, p. 2.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
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    Baldwin: "New Factor in Evolution," Am. Naturalist, July, ', p. 540.
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    Morgan: "Habit and Instinct," pp. 343 ff
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    James, Vol. I, p. 8.
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    H. R. Marshall: "Consciousness and Biological Evolution," Part II, Mind, Oct., '
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    "Cassell's Book of Sports and Pastimes," p. 953.
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    Hoffman: "Puzzles Old and New," N. Y., 1893.
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    Leibnitz's Letter to De Montmort, July 29, 1715.
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    "Analysis of the Sen- sations," Chicago, 1897, p. 159
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    Hartwell: "Report on Physical Training," Boston, 1894, pp. 50-51.
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    Ibid., p. 51.
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    Donaldson: "Growth of the Brain," New York, 1895, p. 104.
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    "Introduction to Comparative Psychology," London, 1894, pp. 255 ff.
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    Ibid., pp. 289 ff.
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    Rolland: Devinettes ou Énignmes Popalaires de la France. Edition of 1877, Paris.
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    Tylor: "Primitive Culture," I, p. 91.
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    Ibid., I, 90 ff.
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    "Greek Oracles," F. W. H. Myers, Hellenica, London, 1880.
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    "The Riddles of Solomon in Rabbinic Literature," J. H. Stewart Lockhart, Folk Lore, I, 1890.
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    J. Lewis André: "Puns and Rebuses in History and Archaology," Reliquary, XXIII, p. 169.
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    D'Israeli: "Curiosities of Literature."
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    André: ibid.
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    D'Israeli: "Curiosities of Literature."
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    Works of Jonathan Swift; edited by Sir Walter Scott, Vol. XV, London, 1883.
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    Bowen's "Logic," p. 289.
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    De MIorgan: "Budget of Paradoxes," p. 28.
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    Knowledge, III, p. 7.
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    Science, N. S., V, p. 105.
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    "Critique of Pure Reason," Introduction, Trans. by Müller, p. XXI.
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