Some Influences Which Affect the Rapidity of Voluntary Movements. F. B. Dresslar.

Some Influences Which Affect the Rapidity of Voluntary Movements.

American Journal of Psychology, 1892. 14 pages; illustrated with figures and tables, plate at back; Fletcher Bascom Dresslar, Fellow in Psychology at Clark University, early contributor to the fledgling American Journal of Psychology (founded in 1887); this being an offprint of the article from the Journal, Vol. IV, No. 4, August, 1892; faintly handwritten on cover leaf is the 'Compliments of Dr. P. Lombard', (Dresslar's work was done under the direction of Lombard and in a footnote he writes of his indebtedness to Lombard's guidance during his experiments); Warren Plimpton Lombard (1855-1939) physiologist, Harvard graduate, made important studies of physiological reactions - knee jerk, fatigue, blood pressure and metablolism, devised special apparatus for delicate measurements. (DAB); original paper wraps, bound in marbled-paper covered boards, handwritten cover titles; cover leaf browned; plate page with previous owner addition-drawing of kidneys and spleen; contents clean and white, very good condition; good condition overall, especially nice for the association presentation from Dresslar's mentor Lombard. Item #16674

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