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The experimental psychology of Alfred Binet; selected papers.

Author: Alfred Binet; Robert H Pollack; Margaret W Brenner
Publisher: New York, Springer Pub. Co. Co. [1969]
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Named Person: Binet
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alfred Binet; Robert H Pollack; Margaret W Brenner
OCLC Number: 29381
Description: xiv, 235 pages 24 cm
Contents: On the fusion of similar sensations --
The influence of exercise and suggestion on the position of the threshold --
The threshold of a double sensation cannot be scientifically determined --
From sensation to intelligence --
Note on illusions of movement --
The perception of lengths and numbers in some small children --
Children's perceptions --
Investigations on the development of visual memory in children --
The measurement of visual illusions in children --
The perception of extent by the eye --
Studies of movements in some young children --
The perception of duration in simple reactions --
Fear in children --
Imageless thought.
Responsibility: Edited by Robert H. Pollack [and] Margaret W. Brenner. [Translated by Frances K. Zetland and Claire Ellis].

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