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The History and Status of Psychology in the United States
Notes and References
This item contains 8 references.
1W. O. Krohn: Facilities in Experimental Psychology in the col- leges of the U. S., Report of U. S. Commissioner of Education, 1890-1891, 1139-1151.
2E. B. Delabarre: Les laboratoires de psychologie en Amérique, L'Année psychologique, I, 1894, 209-255.
4meeting of the Association of Experimental Psy- chologists at Clark University, April 16, 1912.
5This reference contains 3 citations:
- E. Albee: Descriptive and Normative Sciences, Philosophical Review, xvi, 1907, 40
- J. Boodin: Truth and Reality, 1911, 288
- G. Sabine: Descriptive and Normative Sciences, Philosophical Review, xxi, 1912, 433
6H. Münsterberg advised a separation of psychology and philosophy: Aufgabe und Methoden der Psychologie, 1891, 270
8The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching: The Financial Status of the Professor in America and in Germany, Bulle- tin 2, May, 1908, 21, 30, 31
9The World Almanac, 1912
10C. F. Birdseye, The Reorganisation of our Colleges, 1909, 340.