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The American Journal of Psychology

Edited by G. Stanley Hall

Compiled Tables of Contents for Volumes 1-6 (Nov. 1887- Jan. 1895)

Posted August 2000

 

Volume 1, No. 1.
November, 1887

Editorial Note.
[G. Stanley Hall]

p. 3

The variations of the normal knee-jerk, and their relations
to the activity of the central nervous system.
Warren Plympton Lombard, M. D.

p. 5

Dermal changes to gradual pressure changes.
G. Stanley Hall and Yuzero Motora

p. 72

A method for the experimental determination of the horopter.
Christine Ladd-Franklin

p. 99

The psycho-physic law and star magnitudes.
Joseph Jastrow, Ph.D.

p. 112

Psychological literature

p. 128

Notes

p. 197

 

Volume 1, No. 2.
February, 1888

On the relation of neurology to psychology.
Henry H. Donaldson, Ph.D.

p. 209

Insistent and fixed ideas.
Edward Cowles, M.D.

p. 222

A critique of psycho-physic methods.
Joseph Jastrow, Ph.D.

p. 271

Psychological literature

p. 310

Notes

p. 354

 

Volume 1, No. 3.
May, 1888

A study of dreams.
Julius Nelson

p. 367

The relative legibility of the small letters.
E. C. Sanford

p. 402

Winter roosting colonies of crows.
C. L. Edwards

p. 436

Paranoia: A study of the evolution of systematized delusions of grandeur.
From the clinical records of Bloomingdale Asylum, New York.
William Noyes, M.D.

p. 460

Some effects of stimulating ganglion cells.
C. F. Hodge

p. 479

Psychological literature

p. 487

Notes

p. 547

 

Volume 1, No. 4.
August, 1888

A further study of Heraclitus.
G. T. W. Patrick, Ph. D.

p. 557

Psychological literature

p. 691

Index

p. 743

 

 

Volume 2, No. 1.
November , 1888

Personal equation.
E. C. Sanford

p. 3

Memory, historically and experimentally considered.
I. An historical sketch of the older conceptions of memory.
W. H. Burnham, Ph.D.

p. 39

The place for the study of language in a curriculum of education.
M. Putnam Jacobi, M.D.

p. 91

Psychological literature

p. 141

Notes

p. 185

 

Volume 2, No. 2.
February, 1889

Extracts from the autobiography of a paranoiac.
Edited, with a commentary by Frederick Peterson, M.D.

p. 193

Memory, historically and experimentally considered.
II. Modern conceptions of memory.
W. H. Burnham, Ph.D.

p. 224

Personal Equation.
II. Variations in the amount of personal equation.
Edmund C. Sanford

p. 271

Psychological literature

p. 299

Notes

p. 344

 

Volume 2, No. 3.
May, 1889

Paranoia: A study of the evolution of systematized delusions of grandeur.
From the clinical records of Bloomingdale Asylum, New York. II.
William Noyes, M.D.

p. 349

Some lasting effects of electrically stimulating ganglion cells.
C. F. Hodge

p. 376

Personal Equation
III. The nature and cause of personal equation.
Edmund C. Sanford

p. 403

Memory, historically and experimentally considered.
III. Paramnesia.
W. H. Burnham, Ph.D.

p. 431

Psychological literature

p. 465

Notes

p. 511

 

Volume 2, No. 4.
August, 1889

Folk-lore of the Bahama negroes
Charles L. Edwards

p. 519

On some characteristic of symbolic logic
Christine Ladd Franklin

p. 543

Memory, historically and experimentally considered. IV.
W. H. Burnham, Ph.D.

p. 568

Psychological literature

p. 623

Notes

p. 671

Index

p. 678

 

 

Volume 3, No. 1.
January, 1890

The insanity of doubt.
Philip Coombs Knapp, A.M., M.D.

p. 1

The effect of fatigue on voluntary muscular contractions.
Warren P. Lombard, M.D.

p. 24

Minor Contributions

Studies from the laboratory of experimental psychology of the University of Wisconsin.
Joseph Jastrow, Ph.D.

p. 43

Children's lies.
[G. Stanley Hall]

p. 59

A sketch of the history of reflex action.
[G. Stanley Hall]

p. 71

Psychological literature

p. 87

 

Volume 3, No. 2.
April, 1890

A sketch of the history of reflex action.
I. Beginnings and development to the time of Charles Bell.
C. F. Hodge, Ph.D.

p. 149

A simple and inexpensive chronoscope.
E. C. Sanford, Ph.D.

p. 174

Psychological literature

p. 182

 

Volume 3, No. 3.
September, 1890

Anatomical observations on the brain and several sense-organs
of the blind deaf-mute, Laura Dewey Bridgman. I.
Henry H. Donaldson, Ph.D.

p. 293

A sketch of the history of reflex action.
II. Bell's law.
C. F. Hodge, Ph.D.

p. 343

Minor Contributions

On a curious visual phenomenon.
Prof. Joseph LeConte

p. 364

A counting-attachment for the pendulum chronoscope.
William Noyes, M.D.

p. 367

Psychological literature

p. 371

Notes

p. 433

 

Volume 3, No. 4.
February, 1891

Automatic muscular movements among the insane; their physiological significance.
Charles P. Bancroft, M.D.

p. 438

The psychology of time.
I. Historical; II. Experimental Investigations [review]
Herbert Nichols

p. 453

The process of recovery from the fatigue occasioned by the
electrical stimulation of cells of the spinal ganglia.
C. F. Hodge, Ph.D.

p. 530

Psychological literature

p. 544

Notes

p. 592

Index

p. 594

 

 

Volume 4, No. 1.
April, 1891

Arithmetical prodigies.
E. W. Scripture, Ph.D. (Leipzig)

p. 1

The psychology of time.
III. Experiments at Clark University
Herbert Nichols

p. 60

Psychological literature

p. 113

 

Volume 4, No. 2.
December, 1891

A sketch of the history of psychology among the Greeks.
Charles A. Strong

p. 177

Studies from the Laboratory of experimental psychology of the University of Wisconsin.
Joseph Jastrow

p. 198

The size of several cranial nerves in man as indicated by the areas of their cross-sections.
Henry H. Donaldson and T. L. Bolton
(From the Neurological Laboratory of Clark University)

p. 224

Visualization as a chief source of the psychology of Hobbes, Locke, Berkeley and Hume.
Alexander Fraser, B.A.

p. 230

Anatomical observations on the brain and several sense-organs
of the blind deaf-mute, Laura Dewey Bridgman. II.
Henry H. Donaldson, Ph.D. and Albert C. Getchell, M.D., Worcester

p. 248

Psychological literature

p. 297

 

Volume 4, No. 3.
April, 1892

On certain peculiarities of the knee-jerk in sleep in a case of terminal dementia.
From the laboratory of the McLean Asylum, Somerville, Mass.
William Noyes, M.D., Assistant Physician and Pathologist

p. 343

The growth of memory in high school children.
Thaddeus L. Bolton, A.B.
(From the psychological laboratory of Clark University.)

p. 362

Studies from the laboratory of experimental psychology
of the University of Wisconsin. II.
Joseph Jastrow, Ph.D.

p. 381

The psychological foundation of natural realism.
Alexander Fraser, A.B.

p. 429

Psychological Literature

p. 451

A laboratory course in physiological psychology. (Third paper.)
[First two installments included in "Psychological Literature" sections of Nos. 2, 3.]
Edmund C. Sanford, Ph.D.

p. 474

Letters and notes

p. 491

 

Volume 4, No. 4.
August, 1892

The extent of the visual area of the cortex in man,
as deduced from the study of Laura Bridgman's brain.
Henry H. Donaldson, Ph.D.

p. 503

Some influences which affect the rapidity of voluntary movements.
F. B. Dresslar, Fellow in Psychology in Clark University

p. 514

Experimental research upon the phenomenon of attention.
James R. Angell and Arthur H. Pierce

p. 528

Some effects of contrast.
A. Kirschmann, Ph.D., of Leipzig

p. 542

Report on an experimental test of musical expressiveness.
Benjamin Ives Gilman

p. 558

Psychological literature

p. 577

 

 

Volume 5, No. 1.
October, 1892

Disturbance of the attention during simple mental processes.
Edgar James Swift

p. 1

Pseudo-chromesthesia, or the association of colors with words, letters and sounds.
William O. Krohn, Ph.D., Fellow in Clark University

p. 20

Report of an experimental test for musical expressiveness.
(Continued from last number.)
Benjamin Ives Gillman

p. 42

Psychological literature

p. 74

 

Volume 5, No. 2.
November, 1892

On the development of voluntary motor ability.
Wm. L. Bryan

p. 123

The training of animals.
James E. Le Rossignol, Ph.D.

p. 205

On the judgment of angles and positions of lines.
Joseph Jastrow, Ph.D.

p. 214

Statstics of "unconscious cerebration."
Charles M. Child, Wesleyan University

p. 249

Experimental psychology at Wellesley College.
Mary Whiton Calkins

p. 260

Psychological literature

p. 272

 

Volume 5, No. 3.
1893

On errors of observation.
Professor James McKeen Cattell, Columbia College

p. 285

Minor studies from the psychological laboratory of Clark University.
Edmund C. Sanford, Ph.D., Director

p. 294

Laboratory course in physiological psychology. (Fourth paper.)
Edmund C. Sanford, Ph.D.

p. 390

Notes and literature

p. 416

Volume 5, No. 4.
July, 1893

Some practical suggestions on the equipment of a psychological laboratory.
Edmund. C. Sanford, Ph.D.

p. 427

A statistical study of pseudo-chromesthesia and of mental forms.
Mary Whiton Calkins
Associate Professor of Psychology, Wellesley College

p. 439

Ejective philosophy
Thos. P. Bailey Jr., Fellow at Clark University

p. 465

The psychological basis of Hegelism.
Alexander Fraser, B.A., Late Fellow at Clark University

p. 472

National destruction and construction in France as seen in
modern literature and in the neo-Christian movement.
James H. Leuba, Fellow in Clark University

p. 496

Psychological literature

p. 540

Index

p. 552

 

 

Volume 6, No. 1.
October, 1893

Syllabus of lectures on the psychology of pain and pleasure.
Benjamin Ives Gilman
Instructor in Psychology at Clark University, 1892-3

p. 3

A new life: A study of regeneration
Arthur H. Daniels, B.D., Fellow in Clark University

p. 61

The language of childhood.
F. Tracy, Fellow in Clark University

p. 107

Psychological literature

p. 139

 

Volume 6, No. 2.
January, 1894

Rhythm
Thaddeus L. Bolton

p. 145

Minor studies from the psychological laboratory of Cornell University.
Communicated by E. B. Titchener

p. 239

Psychological literature

p. 280

 

Volume 6, No. 3.
June, 1894

Studies in the psychology of touch.
F. B. Dresslar, Fellow in Psychology, Clark University

p. 313

On the difference sensibility for the valuation of space distances with the help of arm movements.
A. E. Segsworth, B.A. Hon. Fellow in Psychology, Clark University

p. 369

Minor studies from the psychological laboratory of Cornell University.
Communicated by E. B. Titchener

p. 408

Accurate work in psychology.
E. W. Scripture, Ph.D., Yale University

p. 427

The relation of the interference to the practice effect of an association.
John A. Bergström

p. 433

Psychological literature

p. 443

Letters to the editor

p. 486

 

Volume 6, No. 4.
January, 1895

Comparative observations on the indirect color range of
children, adults, and adults trained in color.
Geo. W. A. Luckey, Fellow in Psychology at Clark University, Worcester, Mass.

p. 489

Minor studies from the psychological laboratory of Cornell University.
Communicated by E. B. Titchener

p. 505

The daily life of a protozoan: A study in comparative psycho-physiology.
C. F. Hodge, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology in Clark University
Herbert Austin Aikins, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy, Western Reserve University.

p. 524

Minor studies from the psychological laboratory of Clark University.
Made under the direction of Edmund C. Sanford, Ph.D.

p. 534

On the words for "anger" in certain languages: A study in linguistic psychology.
A. F. Chamberlain , Ph.D., Clark University, Worcester, Mass.

p. 585

A laboratory course in physiological psychology (Fifth paper.)
Edmund C. Sanford

p. 593

Proceedings of the American Psychological Association
Third Annual Meeting held at Princeton University, Princeton, N.J., December 27 and 28, 1894.

p. 617

Psychological literature

p. 632

Index

p. 645