Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

CHAPTER XXXIV. 
THE PRESENT SITUATION. 
At the present day the new psychology is a recognised 
member of the family of the sciences ; its condition, 
however, and the character of its progress are different 
in the various countries. 
Down to a few years ago, experimental psychology 
was almost exclusively a German science. I have already 
traced its course in the preceding chapters.1 At the 
present day there are laboratories in connection with 
the professorship of philosophy in several of the larger 
universities, e.g., Berlin, Bonn, Göttingen, Würzburg, &c., 
and also one at Heidelberg in connection with the chair 
of psychiatry. 
In the year 1890 a special periodical for psychology, 
the u Zeitschrift für Psychologie und Physiologie der 
Sinnesorgane,” was established by Ebbinghaus and 
König, with the co-operation of Aubert, Exner, Helm¬ 
holtz, Hering, v. Kries, Lipps, G. E. Mueller, Preyer, 
Stumpf, and Pelman, all of whom have contributed 
scientific material of the highest value. 
Germany’s position in psychology at the present day 
has been made so plain in previous chapters of this book, 
that further explanation or comment on the character of 
1 For an account of German psychology to 1885 see Ribot, “La 
psychologie allemande contemporaine,” Paris 1885 (also translated). 
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