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Volume 11 (1961)

 

Scientific Creed - 1961: Philosophical Credo. William Stephenson
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Scientific Credo - 1961 : Abductory Principles. William Stephenson
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Scientific Creed - 1961 : The Centrailyt of Self. William Stephenson
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A Method for Studying Depth Perception in Infants under Six MOnths of Age. Robert L. Fantz
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Theretical Implications of Sensory Deprivation. Malcolm H. Robertson
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Aspects of Teaching Machine Programming: Learning and Perforamce. John A Barlow
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The Oppositional Nature of Dichotomous Constructs. Jermone Resnick & A. W> Landfield
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The Relationship Between Stimulus Intensity and the Electical Responses of the Cochleea and Auditory Nerve. W. L. Gulck, D. J. Herrman, & P. E. Mackey
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Is the System Approach of Engineering Psychology Applicable to Social Organizations? Thom Verhave
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Scalign the Accuracy of Recall of Stories in the Absence of Objective Criteria. David J. King
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Perspective in Psychology: XVI. Negative Findings. Irvin S. Wolf
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An Examination od Selected Apsects of the Continuity and Noncontinuity Positions in Discrimination Learning. Kenneth P. Goodrich, Leonard E. Ross, & Allan R. Wagner
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Sine Aoects if Value in Psychology and Psychiatry. Henry Winthrop
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Flesch Formulas Applied to Current Readings. Zietta S. Pace
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Situational Determinants of Affective Reactions to Persons. Boice N. Daugherty
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An Emmert's Law of Apparent Sizes. G. Richard Price
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The Functional Role of Discriminative Stimuli in Free Operant Performacne of Developmentally Retarded Children. Robert Orlando
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Is the "Clock" a Token Reward? Robert C. Bolles
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The Conditioning of Fear to Internal stimuli. Max L. Fogel
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Relative Efrfects of Drive Level and Ireelevant Responses on Performance of a Comples Task. Philip A Marks & Norris Vestre
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Perspective in Psychology: XVII. Interrelations of Facts and Value in Science. L. E. Lichtenstein
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The Interaction Between Critical Flicker Frequeny and Acoustic Stimulation. Edward L. Walker & Thomas M. Sawyer, Jr.
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A Breif History of Educational Psychology. Robert I. Watson
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Information-gatherig in Diagnostic Problem-Solving: A Preliminary Report. Edith D. Neimark
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Brightness Enhancement with Microsecond Pulses. W. L. Gulick
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The Realtion of Extraneous Visual Stimuli to Apparent Size. Alvin G. Goldstein
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Reaction Time to Onset and Cessation of a Visual Stimulus. Jack D. Rains
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Generalization of Extinction on the Spectral Contimuum. Werner K. Honig
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A Reexamination of teh Two Kinds of Scientifc Conjecture. Walter S. Turner
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Mouse Exploratoryu Behavior and Body Weight. Delbert D. Theissen
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Field0Articulation in Recall. Riley W. Gardner & Robert I. Long
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Perspectives in Psychology: XVIII. Some Reflections on Perception. N. H. Pronko Abstract
Selective Attention and the Muller-Lyer Illusion. Riley W. Gardner & Robert I. Long Abstract
Inclusion Exlcusion, Emphasis: Selection in the History of Psycholgy. J. A> Cardno
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Behavior Variablility and Reactive Inhibition in Human Stylus Maze Behavior. George E. Rice, Jr. & Richard H. Lawless
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PhD's in Psychology who Functioned as Clinical Psychologists Between 1896 and 1910. J. E. Wallace Wallin
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Sensory Deprivations and Some Therapeutic Considerations. Malcolm H. Robertson
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Percentage Timing Reinforcemtn schedules. Robert C. Bolles.
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Intervening Constructs: The Problem of Functional Validity. W.W. Meissner
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Stress and Anxiety as Homomorphisms. Lewis R. Aiken, Jr.
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Perspective in Psychology: XIX. Private experience Revisited. Joel Greenspoon
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Whattaker's "Postulates of Impotence" and Theory in Psychology. T. W. Wann & D. E. Walker
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Frequency of Reinforcement and Prelimiary Training Conditions as Determinants of Extinction. H. M. B. Hurwitz
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Toward a Unbified Psychology. Leo. L. Gladin
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A Classroom Demonstration of "Extra Sensory Perceptin". N. H. Pronko
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The Measurement of Hypnotic Effects by Operant-Reinforcemtn Techniques. C. B. Ferster, E. E. Levitt, J. Zimmerman, & John Paul Brady
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