psychological methods of word-association and reaction-time as tests of deception by H. R. Crosland

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  • Association of ideas.,
  • Reaction time.

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Bibliography: p. 101-104.

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Other titlesDeception, Tests of.
Statementby H. R. Crosland.
SeriesUniversity of Oregon publication. Psychology series., vol. I, no. 1
LC ClassificationsBF365 .C75
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Pagination104 p.
Number of Pages104
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Open LibraryOL6735626M
LC Control Number29027039

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Crosland. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Eugene: University Press, The Psychological Methods of Word-Association and Reaction-Time as Tests of Deception by H. Crosland (pp. ) Review by: Harry W. Crane DOI: / From Anthropometric to Psychological Testing.

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