Cover

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p. i

Frontmatter

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pp. ii-iv

Contents

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pp. v-vi

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Foreword

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pp. vii-viii

It is a pleasure to introduce the inaugural volume in the Center for the History of Psychology Series. This series is the realization of a long-held goal to make the historical treasure located within the Archives of the History of American Psychology more accessible. The timing could not be better. In its forty-fifth year...

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Introduction

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pp. ix-xx

In April 1920, the American experimental psychologist Walter R. Miles, then a young research scientist at the Carnegie Nutrition Laboratory in Boston, embarked on a remarkable four and a half month voyage to Europe. His goal was to visit laboratories of physiology and psychology in Great Britain and on the continent, reestablishing links that had been fractured during World War I. Between...

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Editorial Note

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pp. xxi-xxii

Walter Miles’s Report of a Visit to Foreign Laboratories: April to August, 1920 is part of the Walter R. and Catharine Cox Miles papers housed in the Archives of the History of American Psychology at The University of Akron. The manuscript is reproduced here as an archival facsimile. The original,,,

Walter Miles and His 1920 Grand Tour of European Physiology and Psychology Laboratories

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pp. 1-6

Great Britain

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pp. 7-126

France

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pp. 127-166

Belgium

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pp. 167-190

The Netherlands

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pp. 191-238

Denmark

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pp. 239-258

Sweden

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pp. 259-274

Germany and Austria

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pp. 275-296

General Remarks

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pp. 297-310

Transcriptions

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pp. 311-320

Outline

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pp. 321-336

Biographical Profiles

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pp. 337-354

Index

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pp. 355-360