"Notes that the title of this book might more appropriately, if not more concisely, have been "The Animal Mind as Deduced from Experimental Evidence." For the facts set forth in this volume are very largely the results of the experimental method in comparative psychology. The book examines a number of topics, including the following: (1) the difficulties and methods of comparative psychology, (2) the evidence of mind, (3) the mind of the simplest animals, (4) sensory discrimination: methods of investigation, (5) sensory discrimination: the chemical senses, (6) sensory discrimination: hearing, (7) sensory discrimination: vision, (8) spatially determined reactions and space perception, (9) the modification of conscious processes by individual experience, and (10) some aspects of attention." (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved).
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