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1924-12

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THIS admirable and valuable little book brings together in short compass, but in clear and comprehensible terms, the leading theories of memory, in particular the attempts to give precision and definition to the term “memory-image.” Theories of memory, like theories of colour-vision, are baffling to the student in their numerical variety and diversity of principle. Miss Edgell reviews the biological theories of Hering, Butler, Semon, and Jennings, the behaviourist theory of J. B. Watson, and Lloyd Morgan's variation of it; she gives a general outline of philosophical treatment of the problem from Hobbes to the present day, discusses the views of Alexander, Bertrand Russell and Holt, criticises Bergson, and finally offers what she terms a psychological conception of retentiveness. Although it is a brief account of sometimes elaborate theories, the book bears throughout the mark of long and earnest study of the problem. More... »

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893

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Nature

ISSUE

2877

VOLUME

114

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/114893c0

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