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These are corrected proofs of 'Psychological Principles' (sample sheets).
This is a bound copy of the printed proofs, but with hand-written annotations on the blank facing pages.
On the cover, after 'Continuation 1879', there is the additional note: '1880 - p. 46'.
The category - Student administration and support records - comprises records relating to student admissions at all levels, graduate students, visiting senior scholars, student careers advice and welfare, together with the records of clubs and societies.
The report announces that planned courses of lectures have had to be cancelled and that it has been impossible to start a course in Psychology that year. However, a Mr Fox, Lecturer at the Training College for Schoolmasters, has been able to conduct a class in Educational Psychology.
Review (by Rivers) of a book on the psychological effects of alcohol by Dodge and Benedict, 19160721
Working papers on subliminal communication and its application in advertising. Consists of research articles and papers on responses to subliminal stimulation; photostat copies of correspondence between the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising and psychologists at the University of Reading, the Institute of Psychiatry at Maudsley Hospital, University College London, Oxford, and Cambridge; and copy of Research Services Ltd. technical report on sub-threshold communication (1958).
Contents are as follows: Chapter 3: 'The Combinations of Spinal Reflexes' Chapter 4: 'The Conditions of Reflex Spread', Chapter 5: 'Fatigue', Chapter 6: 'Postural Reflexes', Chapter 7: 'Righting Reflexes and Progressive Movement', Chapter 8: 'The Regulation of Breathing', Chapter 9: 'Projicient Patterns', Chapter 10: 'Cerebellar Functions', Chapter 11: 'Thalamic Sensibility'.