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The British Journal of Psychology: Monograph Supplements
The British Journal of Psychology: Monograph Supplements was a series of monographs accompanying The British Journal of Psychology.
The first Monograph Supplement was published in 1911. The last, number 37, was published in 1965. No issue or contribution copyright renewals were found for this serial. (More details)
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1911-1919: HathiTrust has the first 6 supplements freely readable online. Access may be restricted outside the United States. Some later supplements are searchable but not readable online here.
- 1911: The Internet Archive has number 1, "On the After-Effect of Seen Movement" by A. Wohlgemuth.
- 1913: The Internet Archive has number 2, "Obliviscence and Reminiscence" by Philip Boswood Ballard.
- 1915: The Internet Archive has number 3, "Character and Intelligence" by Edward Webb.
- 1916: The Internet Archive has number 4, "The Psychology of the Organized Group Game" by Mabel Jane Reaney.
- 1917: The Internet Archive has number 5, "The Distribution of Attention" by E. Neil McQueen.
- 1919: The Internet Archive has number 6, "Pleasure-Unpleasure" by A. Wohlgemuth.
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