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Conditions and Consequences of Human Variability

    Naturevolume 130page331 (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.

    Conditions and Consequences of Human Variability.

    By Prof. Raymond Dodge. Published on the Louis Stern Memorial Fund. Pp. xi + 162. (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press; London: Oxford University Press, 1931.) 11s. 6d. net.

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