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The Proof and Measurement of Association between Two Things
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1"Proceedings Royal Society of London," Vols. XL and XLV.
1"Memoires par divers savants," T, IX, Paris, pp 255-332.
2"Phil. Trans., R. S., London," Vol. CLXXXVII, A, p. 164.
1This reference contains 5 citations:
- Udny Yule: "Proc. R. S. London," Vol. LX, p. 477
- Pearson: "Phil. Trans. R. S. London," Vol. CLXXXV, I A, p. 71
- Vol. CLXXXVI, I A, p. 343
- Vol. CXCI A, p. 229
- G. Lipps: "Die Theorie der Collectivgegenstände," Wundt's Phil. Stud., Vol. XVII
1"Phil. Trans.," Vol. CXCII, A, p. 141.
2"Phil. Trans.," Vol. CXCV A, pp. 2-7.
3"Phil. Trans.," Vol. CXCV A, 10-14.
1This reference contains 2 citations:
- "Phil. Trans. R. S. L.," Vol. CXCV, A, pp. 1
2Yule, Proc. R. S. L.," Vol. LXVI, p. 23
1This reference contains 3 citations:
- Henri ("La fatigue intellectuelle," p. 252-261)
- Binet makes little further attempt in later research (L'année psychologique, Vol. IV)
- L'année psychologique, Vol. VI
1Yule. See Proc. R. S. L., Vol. LX