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" The above and other analogous observed facts indicate that all branches of intellectual activity have in common one fundamental function (or group of functions) whereas the remaining or specific elements of the activity seem in every case to be wholly... "
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The American Journal of Psychology, 第 15 巻

Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener - 1904
...the sole condition of adequate methodics. IV. The above and other analogous observed facts indicate that all branches of intellectual activity have in...to be wholly different from that in all the others. The relative influence of the general to the specific function var1es in the ten departments here investigated...

Psychological Bulletin, 第 2 巻

1905
...•with great approximation to one or absoluteness." 4. " The above and other analogous facts indicate that all branches of intellectual activity have in...be wholly different from that in all the others." 5- "As an important practical consequence of this universal unity of the intellectual function, the...

The American Journal of Psychology, 第 20 巻

Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener, Karl M. Dallenbach, Madison Bentley, Edwin Garrigues Boring, Margaret Floy Washburn - 1909
...discriminations and the factor common to intellect judged in these three ways is, from our data, not i.oo, but .23. It is perhaps best to wait for further and...contradicted by the correlation of .23 instead of i.oo, and also by the fact that we obtain a much higher correlation between discrimination of lengths...

Educational: Psychology

Edward Lee Thorndike - 1910 - 248 ページ
...it, they are totally disparate. In the words of Spearman ['04 b, p. 84], who advocates such a view, "All branches of intellectual activity have in common...wholly different from that in all the others." This doctrine requires not only that all branches of intellectual activity be positively correlated, which...

Correlation Between Different Forms of Sensory Discrimination

John Alford Stevenson - 1912 - 92 ページ
...and weight .43 Intellective faculties and sound .71 Intellective faculties and light .58 He argues that, - "All branches of intellectual activity have...specific elements of the activity seem, in every case, to Ъе wholly different from that in all the others." 10. Thorndike and Lay's study aimed to present...

Correlations of Mental Abilities

Benjamin Roy Simpson - 1912 - 122 ページ
...being all variously saturated with some common fundamental Function (or group of Functions)." " . . . the remaining or specific elements of the activity...be wholly different from that in all the others." According to this theory, no two mental functions could be more closely related to one another than...

Harvard Psychological Studies, 第 3 巻

1913
...activities of practical life. He sums up his results thus: "All branches of intellectual activities have in common one fundamental function (or group...seem in every case to be wholly different from that of all others." The discussions of the work of Miinsterberg, Cattell, Jastrow, Calkins, and others...

The Psychology of Special Abilities and Disabilities

Augusta Fox Bronner - 1921 - 269 ページ
...through lack of some sensory functions. Another point of interest is the theoretical problem whether "all branches of intellectual activity have in common one fundamental function (or group of functions) " — a view held by Spearman and his followers. The opposite doctrine, namely, that given elements...

Special Talents and Defects: Their Significance for Education

Leta Stetter Hollingworth - 1923 - 216 ページ
...predictable the quality of performance in all functions, from knowledge of performance in one function. "All branches of intellectual activity have in common...every case to be wholly different from that in all others. . . . The function almost entirely controls the relative position of children at school (after...

The Field of Psychology: A Survey of Experience, Individual, Social, and Genetic

Madison Bentley - 1924 - 545 ページ
...correspondence exists between "general discrimination" and "general intelligence." He further concludes that "all branches of intellectual activity have in...be wholly different from that in all the others." The following table adapted from Spearman (p. 276) indicates his correlations with "general intelligence,"...




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