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Studies in the Psychology of Alcohol

George E. Partridge
The American Journal of Psychology
Vol. 11, No. 3 (Apr., 1900), pp. 318-376
DOI: 10.2307/1412748
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1412748
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    Early Man in Britain, and His Place in the Tertiary Period, p. 293.
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    Mescal Buttons. Prentiss and Morgan. Medical Record, 1896, I, 258-266.
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    Featherman: Social History of the Races of Mankind, Vol. IV, p. 249.
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    Spencer: Ethics, Vol. I, p. 441.
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    Featherman: Social History of the Races of Mankind, Vol. II, p. 499.
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    The Folk-Lore of Plants, p. 103.
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    Featherman: op. cit., Vol. III, p. 128.
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    Featherman: op. cit., Vol. III, p. 161.
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    Featherman: op. cit., Vol. IV, p. 459.
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    Featherman: op. cit., Vol. IV, p. 459.
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    Primitive Industry, p. 315.
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    Featherman: op. cit., Vol. III, p. 170.
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    Featherman: op. cit., Vol. II, p. 15.
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    Featherman, op. cit., Vol. III, p. 164.
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    Featherman: op. cit., Vol. III, p. 550.
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    Featherman : op. cit., Vol. II, p. 279.
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    Featherman: op. cit., Vol. II, p. 350.
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    Bancroft: Native Races, Vol. I, p. 550.
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    Bancroft: op. cit., Vol. I, p. 551.
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    Bancroft: of. cit., Vol. I, p. 706.
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    Featherman: op. cit., Vol.IV, p. 115.
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    Andaman Islanders, p. 44.
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    § 8.
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    Nietzsche are from Ellis: Affirmations
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    Taylor: Eleusinian and Bacchic Mysteries.
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    Farnell: Greek Lyric Poetry, p. 102.
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    Crothers: The Influence of the Seasons on Inebriety, Quarterly Journal of Inebriety, July, 1897, Vol. XIX, pp. 315-316.
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    Leuba: A Study in the Psychology of Religious Phenomena. Am. Jour. of Psychology, April, ', Vol. VII, No. 3, PP. 309-383, Appendix.
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    Alcohol Inebriety, 1883.
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    In correspondence.
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    In correspondence.
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    Ribot, quoting from Renan says, "a people have usually many words for what most interests them." (Evolution of General Ideas, p. 76.)
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    § 2
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    The Quatrains of Omar Khayyim (Introduction).
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    Anstie : Stimulants and Narcotics
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    Partridge: Second Breath. Ped. Sem., Vol. IV, p. 375, seq.
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    Morgan : Habit and Instinct
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    Psychology and Pedagogy of Adolescence. Pedagogical Seminary, July, 1897, p. 85.
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    Featherman : op. cit., Vol. III, p. 341.
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    Customs among the Natives of East Africa. Jour. Anthropological Inst., 1891, p. 367.
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    § 2.
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    Burckhardt: The Civilization of the Period of the Renaissance, and Symonds' Renaissance in Italy
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    Op. cit., Vol. I, p. 181.
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    Civilization during the Middle Ages, p. 365.
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    Op. cit., Vol. II, p. 246-7.
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    Op. cit., Vol. I, p. 411.
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    Man and Woman, p. 2.
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    The Evolution of Sex. pp. 18, 270.
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    Leuba : National Destruction and Construction in France as seen in Modern Literature and in the Neo-Christian Movement. Am. Jour. Psychology, July, 1893, Vol. V, No. 4, P. 498.
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    Der Alkoholismus; also Die Trunksucht und ihre Abwehr.
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    The Foundation of Death.
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    Degeneration.
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    Lett, Monin, Hughes, Day, Danielewski and Forel are to be found in scattered articles in the Journal of Inebriety
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    Popular Science Monthly, 1879, Supplement, N. S. I, p. 30.
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    Op. cit.
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    In correspondence.
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    Stimulants and Narcotics.
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    The Present Evolution of Man.
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    Cocaine Addiction, Jour. Inebriety, Apr. 1898. Vol. XX, No. 2, p. 192.
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    The Play of Animals, p. 44
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    Ellis: Affirmations.
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    Popular Science Monthly, Vol. LI, p. 749, 1898.
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    Exner: Experimentelle Untersuchungen der einfachsten psychis- chen Processe, Pflüger's Archiv, VII.
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    Lombard: Some of the influences which affect the power of volun- tary muscular contractions, Journal of Physiology, Vol. XIII, No. I and 2, 1892.
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    Hemmeter : Comparative effects of certain members of the ethylic alcohol series ($C H_4 O$ to $C_5 H_{12} O$) on the isolated mammalian heart.
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    Correspondenz-Blattfür Schweizer Aerzte, XXVII, No. 2, Nov. 15, 1897, p. 675.
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    Kräpelin's Psychologische Arbeiten.
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    August Smith: Die Alkoholfrage und ihre Bedeutung für Volkswohl und Volksgesundheit.
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    OP. Cit., p. 4.