Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Titel:
Experimental Psychology: A Manual of Laboratory Practice, Vol. II: Quantitative Experiments, part 2: Instructor's Manual
Person:
Titchener, Edward B.
PURL:
https://digitalesammlungen.uni-weimar.de/viewer/image/lit11940/169/
8. Questions and Essay Subjects 
clxiii 
Whence did Stumpf get it ? What is its validity ? Is it true tiiat we 
never have a sensation without at the same time ‘judging’ it? What is 
the psychological mechanism of ‘ apprehending in connection,’of‘judg¬ 
ing about relation to other ideas ' ? What precisely does Stumpf do 
(/. e., what does he do for psychology) in measuring obj. rel. ? What is 
the measurable magnitude (or what are the magnitudes) involved ? 
What is the psychological value of his discrimination of two types of 
judgment ? Can the same distinction be couched in terms of direction 
and preparation of attention ? What are the psychological factors that 
make up subj. rel. ? Are they measurable ? Can Stumpfs position be 
worked out in associationist terms ? The positipn has extreme value as 
a reasoned statement from premisses the direct opposite of Fechner’s: 
has it positive, permanent value on its own account ? In detail : are 
Stumpfs definitions clear-cut, ‘ workable ’ ? are the methods which lie 
.suggests themselves reliable ? does he offer us a definite programme of 
work ? is there any close connection between his psychophysical prin¬ 
ciples and his doctrine of distance measurements ? is he consistent in his 
view of psychophysics (cf., e. g., the definition, 54 n. with 55, last 
paragraph ) ? 
All these queries are to be answered, primarily, on the basis of the 
first three % of theTps. A complete answer demands, of course, famil¬ 
iarity with the whole of Stumpfs psychophysical work. See also Wundt, 
Lectures, 11 5 ff. ; P. P., iii., 1903, 579 ff. ; H. Böhmer, Die physiol. The¬ 
orie d. Sinneswahrnehmung vom Standpunkte d. Psychophysik, 1865, 
355 ff. ; A. Riehl, Der philos. Kritizismus, ii., I, 1S79, h- 1 Jantes, 
Psych., ii., 1 ff. ; Jodi, Psych., 1896, 178 ff. 
( 14) The doctrine of negative sensations. 
Fechner, El., ii., 39; I. S., 88; R., 206; P. S., iv., 218; Preyer’s 
Wiss. Briefe, 1890, m ; Z., i., 29, 108 (also in Preyer's Wiss. Briefe) ; 
Delbœuf, Eléments, 20, 177 ; Examen, 37, 105, 154; Langer, Grundlagen 
d. Psychophysik, 1876,49; Psychophysische Streitfragen, 1893, 12; G. 
E. Müller, G., 368 ; Göttingische gel. Anz., 3 Juli 1878, 835 ; A. Nitsche, 
XXX. Programm d. k. k. Staats-Gymnasiums zu Innsbruck, 1879, 22 ; 
G. Gutberiet, Natur und Offenbarung, xxvi., 1880, 114 ; A. Elsas, Ue. d. 
Psychophysik, 1886, 47 ; G. Tarde, Rev. phil., x., 1880, 162 ; Wundt, 
Lectures, 42; Vn., 1897, 47; P. P., i., 1893, 402, 406; i., 1902, 498, 
501 ; A Köhler, P. S., iii., 1886, 588, 598, 615 ; W. Preyer, El. d. reinen 
Empfindungslehre, 1877, 20, 43, 45 ; letters in Wiss. Briefe, 1890 ; H. Eb¬ 
binghaus, Z., i., 1890, 320, 463 ; Psych., i., 1902, 511 f. ; M. Foucault, 
Psychophysique, 1901, 150; F. Jodi, Psych., 1896, 218 f.
        

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