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EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

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1 Hull, Clark RESEARCH MEMORANDUM CONCERNING THE EMPIRICAL DETERMINATION OF THE FORM OF CERTAIN BASIC MOLAR BEHAVIORAL EQUATIONS AND THE...
New Haven Yale University 1945 CLOTH Very Good 
4to 11" - 13" tall; 42 pages; Gilt lettered library buckram. Yale Medical Library bookplate stating that this was a gift of the author and was deposited in the General Medical Library by the Department of Psychology. This 42 page mimeographed research memo was done privately and was meant for limited circulation. Except for the bookplate, other signs of having been catalogued were patched over neatly before withrawal from the collection. 
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2 Hull, Clark (Et Al) WISCONSIN PUBLICATIONS IN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY IV
1924 Hardcover Very Good 
8vo 8" - 9" tall; Library buckram, leather gold-lettered spine. FROM CLARK L. HULL'S LIBRARY WITH HIS BOOKPLATE. Later withdrawn by the Yale Library. Contains eight offprints from various journals as follows: Hubbard, Lucille M. -Complex Signs in Diagnostic Free Association; HULL-AN AUTOMATIC CORRELATION CALCULATION MACHINE; Burchard, T. C. -The Effect of the Size of the Advertising Section Upon the Value of Individual Advertisements in It; HULL-VARIABILITY IN AMOUNT OF DIFFERENT TRAITS POSSESSED BY THE INDIVIDUAL; HULL-THE CORRELATION COEFFICIENT AND ITS PROGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE; Limp, Charles E. -A Work in Commercial Prognosis; Gengerelli, J. A. -Mutual Interference in the Evolution of Concepts; Messerschmidt, Ramona-A Quantitative Investigation of the Alleged Independent Operation of Conscious and Subconscious Processes. Leather on spine is dry and chipped. Published between 1924-1927. 
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