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Numerous theories have been advanced to account for psychoses with delusions of self-reference. One such theory emphasizes intellectual factors: the patient suffers from delusions; or, his memorial imagery is deranged; or, his critical faculties are insufficient; or, such a patient ignores all...
K. Koffka replies to comments made by V. Benussi (1913/1914) on Kenkel's studies on α-movement and β-movement. In his studies of the Müller-Lyer and other illusory figures Kenkel found that with stroboscopic exposure objectively equal lines in these figures would be seen to expand and contract...
Köhler replies to comments made by G.E. Müller on Gestalt theory. On the basis of his own [associationistic] theory of whole phenomena in perception G. E. Müller launches a vigorous attack against the methods of working which characterize the Gestalt theory. The polemic is unduly simplified by...
Köhler replies to comments made by Eugenio Rignano (see record 1929-02487-001 and/or 192802363-001). The purpose of this paper is to answer certain criticisms of Gestalt theory which have been made by Eugenio Rignano. These criticisms include the concept "Gestalt" and Rignano's empiristic...
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