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Conditions and Consequences of Human Variability

Nature volume 130, page 331 (03 September 1932) | Download Citation



PROF. DODGE has discussed the significance of variability of mental development. The author groups himself amongst the supporters of the Gestalt movement: he calls himself “a behaviouristic Gestalt”. He is not satisfied with psycho-physical parallelism, and puts forward his hypothesis of apperceptive integration, that is, an integration which would approximately result in consciousness and which takes place in the brain.

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