Terminologie[ bewerken ] De term bewustzijn heeft in de dagelijkse omgangstaal diverse betekenissendie gedeeltelijk overlappen met die van geestziel en psyche. Verwante begrippenelk met verschillende connotaties, zijn:
James Stratton had been to California once before during the gold rush ofsailing around North America and crossing by land the Panama stretch, but finding little gold.
The senior Stratton traced his ancestry to the early settlers of the British settlements of America, and Cornelia Smith had Dutch and English forebears. James Stratton would live the rest of his life in California, pursuing a civil engineering career as County Surveyor for Alameda County in —59 and later as the U.
An expert on the big Mexican land grants, he split up several of the Spanish deeds. Immediately after, the couple left for the East on their way to Europe,  with Stratton taking a leave of absence from Berkeley. He founded the department of psychology at the university.
Early Berkeley[ edit ] University of California at Berkeleyc. He himself presented a well-attended lecture series at the Union, with lively debates at the end, on psychological experiments. He contributed a paper to the Festschrift honoring Wundt's seventieth birthday in He had specific suggestions on how Phi 210 sensory perception rebuild the city to resist earthquakes and fires even with the water supply cut off.
He urged the city be split into districts with avenues or boulevauds as firebreaks between the divisions. Joining as a captain,  he was promoted to major in along with a transfer to Mineola. The tests he designed tested for reaction times, ability to imagine completions of curves presented visually, and the ability to sense a gradual tilting of one's own body.
Thorndike pooled Stratton's results with other studies to statistically analyze and correlate weak performance to a poor flying record. Part of this research was carried out in the spring of with Captain Henmon at Kelly Fieldand the army thought enough of the results to allow the tests for checking recruits in four new units.
That August she married Harvard graduate Edward Russell Dewey of New York at her father's house, and moved to the city, where she had done social settlement work following graduation.
He kept coming to the university till just before the end. When he died he was working on a book, The Divisive and Unifying Forces of the Community of Nations though his eyesight was by then poor. During his retirement, he had lectured at universities across America, Europe and Asia.
He was survived by his son, Malcolm Stratton, a physician at Berkeley;  two daughters: Reinke of Berkeley;  nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He built the brick walls and paths in the garden of his house, a house he himself helped design.
He tackled problems of sociology and international relations later in his career. Wundt's lab and the inverted-glasses experiments[ edit ] Modern version of inverting mirrors with harness Mirror AB and mirror C are fixed via a harness. User hence sees an inverted version of own body in mirror C, approximately at location DE Stratton went on to become a first-generation experimentalist in psychology.
Wundt's lab in Leipzig, with experimental programs bringing together the fields of evolutionary biologysensory physiology and nervous-system studies, was a part of the career of most of the first generation. In these experiments, he found himself adapting to the new perception of the environment over a few days, after inverting the images his eyes saw on a regular basis.
For this, he wore a set of upside down gogglesglasses inverting images both upside-down and left-right. Stratton wore these glasses over his right eye and covered the left with a patch during the day, and slept blindfolded at night.
Initial movement was clumsy, but adjusting to the new environment took only a few days. First he wore the glasses for eight days, back at Berkeley. The first day he was nauseated and the inverted landscape felt unreal, but by the second day just his own body position seemed strange, and by day seven, things felt normal.
A sense of strangeness returned when the glasses were taken out, though the world looked straight side up; he found himself reaching out with the right hand when he should have used the left, and the other way around.
He also tried another experiment disrupting the mental link between touch and sight. There he wore a set of mirrors attached to a harness as shown in the figure allowing, and forcing, him to see his body from above. He found the senses adapted in a similar way over three days.
His interpretation was that we build up an association between sight and touch by associational learning over a period of time. This out-of-body experience, caused by an altered but normal sensory perception, vanished when he attended to the issue critically, focusing on the disconnect.
The new department started with four people: Stratton as chair; Edward Chace Tolmanwith a Harvard degree, and an initiator of rodent experiments soiling the rooms of the philosophy department and hastening the split of the psychology division; Brown, Stratton's earlier student and Berkeley faculty member from onward; and Olga Bridgmanthe first Berkeley psychology PhD awardee, albeit from the philosophy department.Colourless liquid with a wine-like odour Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Ethyl hexanoate.
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