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The object of this Journal is to record the psychological work of a scientific, as distinct from a speculative character, which has been so widely scattered as to be largely inaccessible save to a very few, and often to be overlooked by them. Several departments of science, sometimes so distinct from each other that contributions are not mutually known, have touched and T chology, bringing to it their best methods and their ghts. It is from this circumstance that the vast proin this department of late years is so little realized, field for such a journal, although new, is already so
PROFESSOR OF PS.
g the readers whose studies the editor will bear in mind Lese: teachers of psychology in higher institutions of learn; biologists and physiologists; anthropologists who are interested in primitive manifestations of psychological laws; physicians who give special attention to mental and nervous diseases; all others interested in the great progress recently made in so many directions in applying more exact methods to the study of the problems of human feelings, will and thought. The advancement of the science will be constantly kept in view, and the journal will be a record of the progress of investigations. The journal will consist of three parts.
I. Original contributions of a scientific character. These will consist partly of experimental investigations on the functions of