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Howard H. Kendler
出版情報: Philadelphia : Temple University Press, c1987  xvii, 477, xii p. ; 24 cm
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edited by Leo Postman ; contributors, Richard S. Crutchfield ... [et al.]
出版情報: New York : Knopf, 1962  viii, 785, xxxiv p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: Knopf publications in psychology : the core series
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by George Sidney Brett
出版情報: London : George Allen & Unwin, 1921  322 p. ; 22 cm
シリーズ名: Muirhead library of philosophy ; . A history of psychology ; v. 3
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edited by Claude E. Buxton
出版情報: New York ; Tokyo : Academic Press, 1985  xiv, 468 p. ; 24 cm
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L.S. Hearnshaw
出版情報: London ; New York : Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1987  viii, 423 p. ; 24 cm
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edited by Richard J. Herrnstein, Edwin G. Boring
出版情報: Cambridge : Harvard University Press, c1965  xvii, 636 p. ; 21 cm
シリーズ名: Source books in the history of the sciences
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Sensory Specification / Part I:
Aristotle on the Five Senses, ca. 350 B.C. / 1:
Isaac Newton on the Seven Colors of the Spectrum, 1675 / 2:
Isaac Newton on the Color Circle, 1704 / 3:
Thomas Young on Newton and the Excitation of the Retina by Colors, 1802 / 4:
John Locke on Primary and Secondary Qualities, 1690 / 5:
Charles Bell on Spinal Nerve Roots, 1811 / 6:
Francois Magendie on Spinal Nerve Roots, 1822 / 7:
Charles Bell on the Specificity of Sensory Nerves, 1811 / 8:
Johannes Muffler on the Specific Energies of Nerves, 1838 / 9:
Ernst Heinrich Weber on the Sense of Touch and Common Sensibility, 1846 / 10:
Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz on the Three-Color Theory of Vision and Visual Specific Nerve Energies, 1860 / 11:
Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz on the Resonance Theory of Hearing and Auditory Specific Nerve Energies, 1863 / 12:
Max von Frey on the Four Cutaneous Senses, 1904 / 13:
Edward Bradford Titchener on the Number of Sensory Elements, 1896 / 14:
Psychophysics and Sensory Measurement / Part II:
Pierre Bouguer on the Differential Threshold for Illumination, 1760 / 15:
Charles Eduard Joseph Delezenne on the Differential Threshold for the Pitch of Tones, 1827 / 16:
Ernst Heinrich Weber on Weber's Law, 1834 / 17:
Gustav Theodor Fechner on Fechner's Law, 1860 / 18:
Joseph Antoine Ferdinand Plateau on the Measurement of Sensation, 1872 / 19:
Joseph Remi Leopold Delboeuf on Sensed Contrast as the Measure of Sensation, 1883 / 20:
Edward Bradford Titchener on the Sense Distance as the Measure of Sensation, 1905 / 21:
The Retinal Image and the Orientation of Perceived Objects / Part III:
Epicurus on Perception of Objects as Mediated by the Images that Emanate from the Objects, ca. 300 B.C. / 22:
Johannes Kepler on the Crystalline Humor as a Lens and the Inversion of the Retinal Image, 1604 / 23:
William Molyneux on the Inverted Retinal Image, 1692 / 24:
Johannes Miller on Subjective Visual Size and Position in Relation to the Retinal Image, 1826 / 25:
George Malcolm Stratton on Visual Localization and the Inversion of the Retinal Image, 1897 / 26:
The Visual Perception of Size and Distance / Part IV:
Rene Descartes on the Visual Perception of Size, Shape, and Distance, 1638 / 27:
George Berkeley on the Visual Perception of Distance and Magnitude, 1709 / 28:
Charles Wheatstone on Binocular Parallax and the Stereoscopic Perception of Depth, 1838 / 29:
Nativistic and Empiristic Theories of Space Perception / Part V:
Immanuel Kant on the A Priori Nature of Space, 1781 / 30:
Rudolf Hermann Lotze on Local Signs in Their Relation to the Perception of Space, 1852 / 31:
Ernst Heinrich Weber on Sensory Circles and Cutaneous Space Perception, 1852 / 32:
Ewald Hering on the Nativistic Theory of Visual Space Perception, 1864 / 33:
Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz on Empiricism in Perception, 1866 / 34:
Max Wertheimer on the Phi Phenomenon as an Example of Nativism in Perception, 1912 / 35:
Objective Reference / Part VI:
George Berkeley on the Role of Association in the Objective Reference of Perception, 1709 / 36:
Thomas Reid on the Distinction between Sensation and Perception, 1785 / 37:
Thomas Brown on Sensation, Perception, and the Associative Explanation of Objective Reference, 1820 / 38:
John Stuart Mill on the Permanent Possibilities of Sensation, 1865 / 39:
Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz on Perception and the Unconscious Conclusion, 1866 / 40:
Edward Bradford Titchener on the Context Theory of Meaning, 1910 / 41:
Edwin Bissell Holt on Response as the Essence of Cognition, 1915 / 42:
Max Wertheimer on Objects as Immediately Given to Consciousne / 43:
Sensory Specification / Part I:
Aristotle on the Five Senses, ca. 350 B.C. / 1:
Isaac Newton on the Seven Colors of the Spectrum, 1675 / 2:
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