Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
A draft of Chapter 4 entitled 'Some Psychological Factors in Perception'
A letter from Professor Bartlett to the Vice-Chancellor and the Council of the Senate, 22nd February 1937, 19370222
This letter discusses proposals for extending the Department and allocating research grants with support from Rockefeller. Detailed funding plans are explored.
A memo from the Board for Moral Sciences urging the Senate to consider the need for accommodation for the Department of Experimental Psychology
The memo draws attention to the present inadequate accommodation in Mill Lane.
'A Study of the Affective Qualities' by Samuel Perkins Hayes, 1906
Application to the Financial Committee for funds to support the purchase of equipment for the Experimental Psychology Laboratory and its work
Architectural plans for the extension of the Psychology Laboratory, 1938
Collection of photographs of Psychological Laboratory apparatus, 1925
Diagram of a piece of experimental equipment (a small chamber) with notes on dimensions and construction
'Experimental Psychology in Relation to Insanity', 189510
Handwritten notes for the piece about the new Psychological Laboratory, outlining the history of the department
This piece describes the new building being developed for the Psychology Laboratory, its layout and how it is being funded and supported.
Index to 'The Case of H. H. and His Arm'
The indexed term 'acuaesthesia' (relating to sensation at particular points) is defined in the letter WHRivers/2/3/3 within this collection.
Letter for members of the Moral Sciences Board recommending that money be allocated for setting up a psychological laboratory, 18860506
Letter to Myers from G. E. Moore, 19130530
Moore discusses the question of whether a colleague called 'Adrian' can be added to the Lecture List or not. Special stipulations of the 'Special Board' might make this difficult.
Letter to Myers from H. A. Roberts, the Secretary of the Cambridge University Association, about benefactions to the fund for setting up the Experimental Psychology Laboratory, 1909
'List of Demonstrations', 19140609
This booklet was issued to coincide with the official opening of the new Physiology building and as part of the celebration of these new facilities.
Notice of a course of lectures to be given by Dr Myers in General and Experimental Psychology during Michaelmas term, 1914, 19140530
These lectures were intended for medical students and candidates for Part I of the Diploma in Psychological Medicine.
'On Mental Fatigue and Recovery', 189607
On the connexion between the rate of stimulation and the number of shocks needful to produce a reflex action, 190710
This collection of notes includes a description of an experiment, a diagram as well as a photograph of some apparatus and a graph representing data. A scrap of data print-out included in this collection has the name 'H. Head' (Henry Head) written on the back with the date, October 1907. This suggests a connection with the experiment carried out by W. H. R. Rivers on Head's arm.
'Presentation of the School of Physiology by the Worshipful Company of Drapers and its Opening by H.R.H. Prince Arthur of Connaught', 19140609
This booklet contains a short history of experimental science in Cambridge going back to 1702, and includes plates illustrating the new buildings and floor plans of the room lay-outs.
Psychological Laboratory extensions, Cambridge: proposed revision to ground floor plan, 19380426
Remembering Dr Myers
Report of the Laboratory of Experimental Psychology Syndicate, 2 February 1911, 19110202
Report of the Laboratory of Experimental Psychology Syndicate, 4th March 1911, The date printed on the official copy of the report is '2 March 1911' (not '4 March') but the correction to '4' has been made in pen, possibly because the meeting was put off for a couple of days.
Scheme of the proposed Psychological Laboratory presented to the Psychological Laboratory Syndicate, 191002
Estimates of the amount of space (given in square feet) for the different sections of the Laboratory are listed. The total area required is estimated as 1320 square feet, and this includes a demonstrator's room, an animal room, a dark room, a sound-proofed room and various other spaces.