56 ROBERT CHEN AU LT GIVLER Comparing these results with all similar correlations, we find that none of the subjects have remained constant during the experiments, as is evidenced by the following. A.’s longest tappings were twice for the pleasant, twice for the unpleasant and twice for the neutral. B.’s were three times for the pleasant, twice for the unpleasant, and once for the neutral, etc. The whole list is given below. A. P 2 U 2 N 2 B. P 3 U i N 2 C. P i U 2 N 2 F. P 3 U i N 2 L. P 0 u 3 N 3 N. P 3 U i N i T. P 4 U 2 N 0 W. P 2 U I N 2 Y. P I U I N i 19 14 15 (this subject did not begin with the others) (only one kind of judgment was made in one series) (only one kind of judgment was made in one series) (this subject did not begin with the others, and in one series made only one kind of judgments) Comparing the M.V. and the Rnj. in a similar manner gives equally varied results. Let us now consider the graphs for these experiments. Their resemblances were more striking than their differences, and it is not unlikely that the reverberations set up in the motor con¬ sciousness just by this new material were too strong to be altered by the other factors involved. In the first place it was found that these experiments produced a much lower motor output than did those preceding them ; Idrel had reached a height of 88.4 mm. ; none of these reach anything above 78.8 mm. (the Arnold II). Massing together the P, U, and N judgments, and correlating them with the amounts of motor discharge as shown by these graphs, we obtain: PUN Arnold II.............................M.D. av. 78.8 mm. 342 Tennyson 1........................... 78.6 7 1 1 Byron II.............................. 78.4 801 Tennyson II.......................... 78.0 441 Arnold 1.............................. 77-6 441 Byron 1.............................. 774 5 4 ° Keats II.............................. 77-2 7 1 1 Keats 1............................... 76.6 7 i i This comparison would seem to indicate that the most pleasant experiments go with the strongest and the weakest tappings,