Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Titel:
Psychological and Physiological Apparatus and Supplies: Supplement
Person:
Stoelting, C. H.
PURL:
https://digitalesammlungen.uni-weimar.de/viewer/image/lit13690/14/
N umber 
17096S. 
17105S. 
17106S. 
17107S. 
17120. 
17120 A. 
44026. 
17216B. 
17220. 
18025A. 
18074. 
18108A. 
C. H. STOELTING CO., CHICAGO, I LH., U. S. A. H 
PHONETICS 
Price 
Rating Sheet, Blanton and Stinchfield. For complete speech measurements Nos. 2-5. Used 
when Test II under both measurements is omitted and it is still desirable to compute the 
speech index. Per 25..................................................................... §1.25 
Speech Test, Handy-Pack, Stinchfield’s. A very convenient and reliable speech test, consisting- 
of 61 cards of approximately 3x5 in. This set is divided into four series—A, J-i, C, D. Series A 
consists of a set of 50 cards on which are listed all the consonant and vowel sounds in English, 
according to the International Phonetic Alphabet. The name of the object, the dictionary 
spelling and the phonetic symbol are given on the back of the card, and a picture stimulus 
is given on each card as an aid in eliciting the desired sound. Series B consists of 14 of the 
cards from Series A. numbered from I to XIV with pictures which represent the sound which 
gives especial difficulty to paralytics and to many aphasies. Series C contains 5 cards for 
testing visual and auditory memory span in a series of words ranging from 2 to 6 on a card. 
Series D is a series of digits for use in testing the visual or auditory memory span. The 6 
cards contain from 2 to 7 digits. Instructions for administering and evaluating accompany 
each test ...............................................................................5.00 
Score Sheet. For Series A, Speech and Articulation Test No. 17105S. Per 25................. .50 
Per 100 .................................................................................. 1.50 
Score Sheet. For Series B, Speech and Articulation Test No. 17105S. Per 25................ .50 
Per 100 .................................................................................. 1.50 
X.B. The pictures in Series A, with few exceptions, parallel the o' jects contained in the 
object-test No. 17002S, previously published by the author of this test. It is often convenient 
and desirable to supplement the pictures with the objects and vice-versa. In working with 
aphasies and dyslexia cases, the two may be used in this way for reeducation and building 
up of associations, as the subject may see the printed word (on back of card), the pictured 
object representing the same, and may then pick out the object itself from the collection 
of objects. 
Diagnostic Reading Examination, Monroe’s. This reading test of 12 charts (including sample), 
supplying all the letters, digits, syllables, and words in the various combinations and positions, 
was evolved by Dr. Marion Monroe in the task of putting to a critical test the theory held by 
Dr, Samuel T. Orton that many cases of reading disabilities in children were not due to a 
general mental defect nor to a congenital brain defect, but, briefly stated, to a failure in 
training the brain to work exclusively from the leading or dominant hemisphere. 
The diagnostic and remedial work carried on by Dr. Monroe at the Illinois Institute for 
Juvenile Research for uncovering this special kind of reading defect, attracted the notice 
of those interested in remedying reading defects and created such a demand for the test it 
was turned over to us to relieve the Institute of the expense and labor involved in making 
it available. 
The lota Word Test comprises Charts I, II and HI; the Recognition Test, Chart IV: the 
Recognition of Orientation, Chart V; the Number Reversal Test, Chart VI; the Discrimination 
Test, Charts VII, VIII, IX. X, XI and XII. The supplementär y material of Gray. Haggerty 
and Monroe may be obtained from the publishers. (For the Terman or Stanford Revision of 
the Binet and Simon test and Handedness-Eyedness tests see pages 12. 13. 174 and 175 of 
the 1930 edition of our catalog and pages 3 and 41 of this supplementary catalog).......... 3.75 
Manual, Monroe's. For the Xo. 1.7120 Diagnostic Reading Examination..................... 1.00 
Record Blanks, Monroe's. For the No. 17120 Diagnostic Reading Examination Per 25. . 2.25 
Per 100 .................................................................................. 6.75 
Relay, Voice Key. An improved type of relay, designed to replace the No. 17216A. Useful for 
operating the No. 17210 Dunlap Voice Key, in connection with the No. 20219 Stop Watch 
Controller, or the No. 20155 Bergstrom and 20255 Klopsteg’s Chronoscope................... 22.25 
Voice, Ivey, Boder’s. A comparatively inexpensive device, mounted in the mouthpiece of a 
small megaphone about 11 in. long. Used with the Darrow Behavior Research Photopolygraph. 
No. 24208. See pages 27 and 28 for illustration. Complete on rod. with connections, a right- 
angle clamp and tripod support.......................................................... 12.50 
CUTANEOUS SENSE 
Rack, Metfessel's. Designed for holding the Hill Modification of the Binet and Uuzzenet 
Aesthesiometer, No. 18025. (128:15; 128A).................................................. 450 
Stamp, Precision Cross Section, Boring’s. Very much superior to the ordinary rubber stamp 
used for experiments in cutaneous sensation. The air-cushion stamp of this apparatus is 
mounted on a stage that moves vertically upon the four legs of a small “table.” The stamp 
itself is 2 cm. square, ruled off in 2 mm. squares. The only type of stamp that will prove 
satisfactory for uneven surfaces. (265A).................................................. 20.00 
Eimen Gauge, Boring's. Devised for finding pressure and pain limens with a variable intensive 
stimulus that would be more convenient than the von Frey limen gauge. It consists of a brass 
tube, 153x13 mm., with a thin steel rod running vertically through holes in the center of the 
brass plugs at the ends. The rod is supported within the tube by a spring which acts as a 
compression sleeve when in a vertical position with the weight of the rod placed upon it. 
and as an extension sleeve when in the same position with the rod pressing against a solid 
substance. A pointer projecting through a slot in the side of the tube registers the position 
of the rod on a scale calibrated from 0 to 10 grams in .5 gram divisions. When the gauge is 
used for pressure, it is used with the small brass sleeve carrying a projecting hair which is 
fitted upon the lower end of the rod. For pain, the hair tip is replaced by a needle. (Quar. 
Jour. Exp. Physiol. 1916, Vol. X, No. 1 :14)..................................... 40 06
        

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