The principles of psychology
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SERIES ADVANCED COURSEAMERICAN SCIENCETHE PRINCIPLESOFPSYCHOLOGYJAMESWILLIAMOF PSYCHOLOGY IN HARVARD UNIVERSITYPROFESSORIN TWO VOLUMESIIVOL.NEW YORKHENRY HOLT AND COMPANY1905Ul*-V1P90Copyright,BYHENRY HOLT & CO.HOBERT ANDDRTIMMOND, ELECTROTYPER NEW YOREPRINTER,CONTENTS.CHAPTER XVII.PAOK. . . .. . . . .1SENSATION,from 1. Its functionIts distinction perception, cognitivewith 3. No sensations after the firstqualities, pureacquaintanceThe of 9. The law ofof life, 7. relativity knowledge/daysand the13. The theoriescontrast, psychological physiologicals 20. The eccentricof 17.it, Bering experiments, projectionof 31.sensations,CHAPTER XVIII.44IMAGINATION,are 45. notOur necesimages usually vague, Vague images48. Individuals differ innotions, ;sarily general imaginations 50, The visile 58. The audileGallon researches, type,60. The motile 61. Tactile 65. The neuraltype, images.type,of 68. Its relations to that of 72.sensation,process imagination,CHAPTER XIX.(THE PERCEPTION OF 76THINGS/and 76. is of definite andPerception sensation, Perception82. 85 of the first 86Illusions, ; ; ofprobable things, type,the second 95. The neural in 103.processtype, perception,107. Is an unconscious inference?Apperception, perceptionThe neural in111. 114.Hallucinations, process hallucination,122. Binet s 129. 131.Perception-time/theory,CHAPTER XX.THE PERCEPTION OF 134SPACE,The of crude 134. The offeeling extensity, perception spatialorder, 145. ...

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SERIES ADVANCED COURSEAMERICAN SCIENCE THE PRINCIPLES OF PSYCHOLOGY JAMESWILLIAM OF PSYCHOLOGY IN HARVARD UNIVERSITYPROFESSOR IN TWO VOLUMES IIVOL. NEW YORK HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY 1905 Ul * -V 1P90Copyright, BY HENRY HOLT & CO. HOBERT ANDDRTIMMOND, ELECTROTYPER NEW YOREPRINTER, CONTENTS. CHAPTER XVII. PAOK . . . .. . . . .1SENSATION, from 1. Its functionIts distinction perception, cognitive with 3. No sensations after the firstqualities, pureacquaintance The of 9. The law ofof life, 7. relativity knowledge/days and the13. The theoriescontrast, psychological physiological s 20. The eccentricof 17.it, Bering experiments, projection of 31.sensations, CHAPTER XVIII. 44IMAGINATION, are 45. notOur necesimages usually vague, Vague images 48. Individuals differ innotions, ;sarily general imagination s 50, The visile 58. The audileGallon researches, type, 60. The motile 61. Tactile 65. The neuraltype, images.type, of 68. Its relations to that of 72.sensation,process imagination, CHAPTER XIX. ( THE PERCEPTION OF 76THINGS/ and 76. is of definite andPerception sensation, Perception 82. 85 of the first 86Illusions, ; ; ofprobable things, type, the second 95. The neural in 103.processtype, perception, 107. Is an unconscious inference?Apperception, perception The neural in111. 114.Hallucinations, process hallucination, 122. Binet s 129. 131.Perception-time/theory, CHAPTER XX. THE PERCEPTION OF 134SPACE, The of crude 134. The offeeling extensity, perception spatial order, 145. relations, 148. The ofSpace- meaning localization, 153. Local 155. The construction of real 166.signs. space, The subdivision of the 167. The sensationoriginal sense-spaces, iii CONTENTS.iv PAGS 171. The measurement of the sense-overof motion surfaces, 181. of177. Their summation,each other, Feelingsbyspaces 197.in 189. of muscular contraction,movement Feelingsjoints, 202. How the blind 203.so space,far, perceiveSummary and Reid on the test of a211. Helmholtz sensation,Visual space, of identical 222. The of216. The theory projection,theory points, retinal 231 ofof ;228. Ambiguity impressions, eye-movements, whichchoice of the visual 237. Sensations234. The reality, 240. Sensations which seem 243. Diswe suppressed,ignore, and Helmholtz s reasons for thatof Wundt scussion denying sensations are of 248. 268. Hisretinal extension, Summary, torical remarks, 270. CHAPTER XXL 283THE PERCEPTION OF REALITY, TheBelief and its 283. various orders ofopposites, reality, Practical 293. The sense of our own287. realities, bodily of all 297. Theexistence is the nucleus reality, paramount reality 299. The influence of emotion and activeof sensations, impulse Belief in 311. 318. Relationson 307. theories, Doubt,belief, of belief and 320.will, CHAPTER XXII. 323REASONING, we out essential327. InRecepts, reasoning, pick qualities, 332. is329. What is meant a mode of Whatconceiving,by in the existence of 337. The twoinvolved general propositions, 343. Thefactors of 340.reasoning, Sagacity, part played by association 345. The intellectual contrast betweenby similarity, brute and man : association the fundamentalhumanby similarity of 360.348. Different orders humandistinction, genius, CHAPTER XXIII. THE PRODUCTION OF 373MOVEMENT, The diffusive 373. sensation reflexwave, Every produces effects on the whole 374.organism, CHAPTER XXIV. 383INSTINCT, Its 383 Instincts not blind ordefinition, invariable,always 389. Two of non in instincts : Theirprinciples -uniformity 1) inhibition habits, 394 Their 398. Man hasby ; 2) transitoriness,