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Can the Psychophysical Experiment Reconcile Introspectionists and Objectivists?

J. R. Kantor
The American Journal of Psychology
Vol. 33, No. 4 (Oct., 1922), pp. 481-510
DOI: 10.2307/1413546
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1413546
Page Count: 30
Subjects: Psychology
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    E. G. Boring, The Stimulus-Error, this JOURNAL, 1921, 32, 449-471.
  • 7
    Human Psychology, 1919.
  • 8
    a discussion of cognition in reflexes, this JOURNAL, 33, 25f.
  • 11
    Titchener, A Beginner's Psychology, 1915, 8ff.
  • 14
    Wundt, in his address on Fechner(Gustav Theodor Fechner, 1901, 84): "Das ganze Interesse Fechners gehort eben nicht der Psy- chologie als solcher an, sondern diesc ist fur ihn nur ein Bestandtheil der Natur- und Religionsphilosophie," etc.
  • 15
    Wundt-Titchener, Principles of Physiological Psychology, 25ff.
  • 16
    Washburn, Introspection as an Objective Method, Psych. Review, 29, 1922, 89ff.
  • 17
    Washburn (loc. cit.)
  • 22
    Woodworth's treatment of color reactions in his Psychology, 1921, 210 ff.
  • 23
    Physiological Psychology, I.