M M Sokal

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The four reports that follow embody the second installment of a series designed both to provide an orienting overview of education in the history of psychology to prospective students in the field and to characterize one highly significant aspect of the state of the discipline as the century ends. Like those included in the first series, each of these(More)
The importance of laboratory instruments as sources for the writing of the history of psychology is stressed, and illustrated through the use of examples where their study has been profitable. Most importantly, the role of the Hipp chronoscope in the reaction-time experiment is discussed, and the importance of various changes introduced into its design by(More)
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