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E. BRADFORD TITCHENER : 
of the sciences, does not preside at the installation, the 
provision of an equipment, however elaborate, will be in 
vain. 
But although psychologists require from one another, and 
although universities require from their professors of psy¬ 
chology, some measure of familiarity with the principles of 
physics, and therefore with mathematics and applied physics, 
the kind and amount of this familiarity have never, so far 
as I know, been illustrated in the concrete by a description 
of the actual worki ng of a psychological laboratory. Accounts 
of certain American laboratories have been published, one at 
least with a diagram of ground-plan and a statement of the 
dimensions of its rooms ; there are papers dealing statistic¬ 
ally with endowment, equipment, student attendance, etc.;1 
1 The following are, I believe, the most important references :— 
(1) J. M. Baldwin, “The Psychological Laboratory in the University 
of Toronto”. Science, O.S., vol. xix., 1892, p. 143. 
(2) M. Baudouin, “ La psychologie experimentale en Amérique. Le 
laboratoire et les cours de Clark University è. Worcester.” Archives de 
neurologie, vol. xxviii., no. 89. “Les laboratoires et les cours à Yale, 
Harvard, Cornell, Pennsylvania, . . . etc.” Ibid., vol. xxviii., no. 98. 
(8) W. Bechterew, “Le laboratoire psychophysique de l’université 
impériale de Kazan ”. Cong, de Zool. de 1892, vol. ri. 
(4) E. Bérillon, “ Notice sur l’institut psychophysiologique de Paris 
Paris, 1897. 
(5) M. W. Calkins, “Experimental Psychology at Wellesley College”. 
Am. J. of Psych., vol. v., p. 260. 
(6) E. Casslant, “Le laboratoire de physiologie des sensations de la 
Sorbonne ”. Paris, 1897. 
(7) E. B. Delabarre, “Les laboratoires de psychologie en Amérique”. 
L’année psychologique, vol. i., p. 209. 
(8) T. Flournoy, “Notice sur le laboratoire de psychologie de l’univer¬ 
sité de Genève ”. Geneva, 1896. 
(9) V. Henri, “ Les laboratoires de la psychologie expérimentale en 
Allemagne". Rev. phil., vol. xxxvi., Dec., 1893. 
(10) J. Jastrow, “The Section of Psychology”. World’s Columbian 
Exposition Official Catalogue, pt. xii., p. 50. 
(11) W. 0. Krohn, “Facilities in Experimental Psychology in the Colleges 
of the U. S.”. Report of the Commissioner of Education for 1890-1, vol. 
ii., p. 1189. “Experimental Psychology at the Various German Univer¬ 
sities.” Am. J. of Pysch., vol. iv., p. 585. “The Laboratory of the 
Psychological Institute at the University of Göttingen.” Ibid., vol. v., 
p. 282. 
(12) “Psychological Laboratory of Harvard University.” Cambridge, 
Mass., 1898. 
(18) E. C. Sanford, “Some Practical Suggestions on the Equipment of 
a Psychological Laboratory”. Am. J. of Psych., vol. v., p. 429. 
(14) G. M. Stratton, “The new Psychological Laboratory at Leipzig”. 
Science, N.S., vol. iv., 1896, p. 867. 
(15) H. de Varigny, “Le laboratoire de Madison, Wis.” Rev. scient., 
1894, p. 624. 
Of these papers (all of which, except nos. 3, 4 and 6, are known to me)
        

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