Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Titel:
Apparatus, Tests and Supplies for Psychology, Psychometry, Psychotechnology, Psychiatry, Neurology, Anthropology, Phonetics, Physiology, and Pharmacology
Person:
Stoelting, C. H.
PURL:
https://digitalesammlungen.uni-weimar.de/viewer/image/lit13685/207/
C. H. STOELTING CO., CHICAGO. ILL., U. S. A. 
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C. Eye (12 Slides). 
Cl. Eye with extrinsic muscles (36). 
C2. Eye. 
C3. Visual axis and image formation of eye. 
C4. Ametropie and emmetropic eyes (37). 
C5. Different corneas showing development of eye. 
C6. Act of accommodation (38). 
C7. Accommodation graph. 
C8. Meridional section through ciliary body of human eye. 
C9. Retinae and visual area of the cortex (39). 
CIO. Section of retina. 
Cll. Perimeter charts—mapped (40). 
C12. Wave lengths perceptible to a color-blind person in terms of gas-light spectrum. 
D. Ear (12 Slides). 
Dl. Labyrinth and cochlea (41). 
D2. The bones of the middle ear. 
D3. Section through middle of cochlea. 
D4. Scheme of part of resonance apparatus of cochlea according to Helmholtz's 
hypothesis (42). 
D5. Transverse section of cochlea canal showing organ of Corti. 
D5a. Organ of Corti showing terminal cells or fibers (43). 
D6. The chain of ossicles and their ligaments. 
D7. External view of internal ear—vestibule, semicircular canal, and cochlea. 
D8. Tympanic membrane. 
D9. Distribution of the auditory nerve. 
DIO. Effect of destruction in frog and dove of semicircular canals in the ear. 
Dll. Vertical section of head. 
E. Tongue (3 Slides). 
El. Tongue showing taste papillae (44). 
E2. Papillae and taste buds. 
E3. The central junction of the taste nerves (45). 
F. Nose (3 Slides). 
FI. Diagrammatic nose showing sensory area (46). 
F2. Cells and fibers in olfactory bulb (47). 
F3. Olfactory nerve cells and terminals. 
G. Skin (4 Slides). 
Gl. Transverse section of skin. 
G2. Transverse section of skin showing different layers (48). 
G3. Section of skin from finger tip. 
G4. Papillae of skin; Wagoner’s touch corpuscle with nerve fibers; capillary 
loops (49). 
H. Language (3 Slides). 
HI. Pictographic writing—an Indian letter. 
H2. Pictographic writing developing into symbolic writing. 
H3. Pictographic writing developing into alphabetic writing. 
I. Miscellaneous—Chapters XIV and XV (6 Slides). 
11. Bryan and Harter’s curve showing improvement in sending and receiving tele¬ 
graph messages. 
12. Above analyzed. 
13. Fatigue of nerve cells (50). 
I3a. Diurnal variations in ability to carry on muscular work. 
14. Curve of sleep. 
15. Changes in nerve cells due to age. 
Single slides .......................................................... $ 0-80 
Abridged set of 50..................................................... 40.00 
Complete set of 103..................................................... 80.00 
KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS 
American Journal of Insanity..............................................A.J.o.I. 
American Journal of Physiological Optics................................ .A.J.o.P.O. 
American Journal of Psychiatry.........................................A.J.o.Ps. 
American Journal of Psychology....................................... . . .A.J.o.P. 
American Journal of Sociology...........................................A.J.o.S. 
Archives of Psychology ..................................................Ar.o.P. 
British Journal of Psychology.............................................B.J.o.P. 
British Journal of Psychology Monographs.................... B.J.o.P.M.
        

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