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       , Volume 12 Issue 04 Previous Issue    Next Issue
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    WILHELM WUNDT AND CHINESE PSYCHOLOGY
    Pan Shu,Chen Li,Wang Jing-he,Chen Da-rou
    . 1980, 12 (04): 3-12.  
    Abstract   PDF (KB) ( 127 )
    Wundt's infleunces on Chinese psychology as an independent disciplinefrom beginning to the present are reviewed briefly in this paper. Itindicates that although there was probably only one Chinese scholar, TsaiYuan-pai, who ever attended Wundt's lectures at Leipzig in 1908-1911, theeffect of Wundt's psychological system as well as his laboratory work andhis perspective towards scientific psychology on the psychological work inChina are observable. The influence of some naive materialistic view-pointsand dialectic factors in Wundt's psychology are also discussed.
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    A COMPARISON OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THINKING DEVELOPMENT IN REASONING BETWEEN THE TIBETAN AND HAN PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN
    Zhang Jia-wei(Tibetan Normal College)
    . 1980, 12 (04): 42-50.  
    Abstract   PDF (KB) ( 161 )
    In this paper the attention is focused on the investigation on the simil-arities and differences in thinking ability between the Tibetan and Han schoolchildren, such as analytical synthesis, comparison and abstract generality,represented in the course of the research of reasoning from analogy. The results show as follows: 1. The general levels and characteristics in the development of thinkingof the Tibetan and Han schoolchildren are essentially the same. 2. There are some differences between the ability of thinking of theTibetanand Han pupils. In other words, the ability of thinking of the Tibetanpupils in a Tibetan class is lower than that of Han pupils in the samegrade, and the marks, which achieved by the Tibetan pupils ina Han class,for the examination on reasoning. from analogy and generality in Chineseare higher than that in Tibetan. This shows that the discrepancies arelargely related to their different environments and learning conditions.
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    A STUDY OF PREFERRED COLORS OF FAMILIAR OBJECTS IN TRANSPARENCIES
    Peng Rui-xiang,Sun Xiu-ru,Lin Zhong-xian,Dong Hong-yi,Gu Wen-kai,Liu Yung-xi(Institute of Psychology, Academia Sinica)(Central Mewsreel & Documentary Film Studio) (Beijing Film College)
    . 1980, 12 (04): 51-59.  
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    The reproduction of preferred colors of Chinese skin, blue-sky andyellowish green uniform in transparencies was investigated. The category-judgment method was employed for subjective evaluation of the quality ofexperimental samples projected on the screen. 60 observers made appraisals. Based on the results the chromaticities and the accaptable range ofpreferred colors of familiar objects were given respectively. The resultsindicated that the preferred Chinese skin color tends to be more reddish, butthe purity is the same as the natural skin color. Compared with the naturalcolor of blue-sky and yellowish green uniform, the dominant wave lengthof preferred color of blue-sky and yellowish green uniform remains unch-anged, but the purity of preferred blue-sky color is appreciably greaterthan any of the sky colors observed, and the purity of preferred yellowishgreen uniform is much lower than the natural color.
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    PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF COMPONENTS OF PAIN(Ⅱ)
    Cai Ta-wei,Wu Rui-liang,Wang Jian-hua,Xu Guo-hui,Chen Xiu-fang,Yang Zhi-liang(First People's Hospital of Shanghai)(Shanghai Normal University)
    . 1980, 12 (04): 60-67.  
    Abstract   PDF (KB) ( 73 )
    The present experiment was performed on 25 subjects in normal condition. As we proved in our previous experiments, strong pain consists of twodifferent components, which are sensational and emotional components. Toboth of them electro-acupuncture exerts certain influence. We also came to know that variation of sensational components is corre-sponding to plethysmographic curve, while variation of emotional componentsis equal to perspiration quantity, heart rate, etc. We may, therefore, havegood reason to say that plethysmographic curve can be taken for theobjective index of sensational components, while perspiration quantity, heartrate, emotions variation for that of emotional components. Moreover, electro-acupuncture has analgesic effect on sensational aswell as emotional components of the strong pain, and the effect on thelatter is much stronger than that on the former. The result of the experiment shows that the main and principalanalgesic effect produced by electro-acupuncture is very probably lying onits influence to the emotional components of pain.
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    AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE PERIODICAL PATTERN OF SOME MENTAL ACTIVITIES
    Guo Nian-feng,Bian Xue-heng(Institute of Psychology, Academia Sinica)(Beijing College of Foreign Language)
    . 1980, 12 (04): 68-73.  
    Abstract   PDF (KB) ( 132 )
    This study is a preliminary approach to the day-cycle of the attentionlevel and memory activities in human beings. The subjects were eighteen 13-year-old middle school boarding students(10male students and 8 female students). Every morning at 8 and 11 o'clock and every afternoon at 4 and 7o'clock attention levels were determined and at 11 a. m. and 4 p. m. memoryactivities were determined. The research indicates that the attention level of a person shows regularchanges periodically. Around 11 a. m. it obviously drops and in the afternoonit rises. The rise in mental activities in the afternoon is also confirmed bythe tests on memory. Individual analysis shows: In the tests on attention 77.7% of thesubjects were of this pattern, and 66.7% in the memory tests. The reason of this periodical pattern needs further research.
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    THE EFFECT OF ACUPUNCTURE ANESTHESIA ON 2-POINT DISCRIMINATION SENSATION
    Wang Ji-sheng,Xin Dai-gao,Sun Shang-hua,Lin Shu-hui(Institute of Psychology, Academia Sinica)
    . 1980, 12 (04): 74-80.  
    Abstract   PDF (KB) ( 112 )
    This paper is asystematic review of the results of more than 10 years'study in this topic. Chief results are as follws: 1. Acupuncture heightens not only the pain threshold but also thre-sholds of two-point discrimination sensation. The difference is statisticallysignificant. 2. When the point of Hegu and Sanyinjiao are stimulated by acupu-ncture, both 25 min. and 15 min acupuncture give about the same height-ening efficacy for the two-point threshold. The results of 5 min. acupun-cture temain the least desirable. 3. The factors influencing the heightening of two-point discriminationsensation by acupuncture were established. 4. There is a positive correlation between pain and two-point threshold.The effect of needling on the heightening of two-point threshold correlatesclosely with the efficacy of acupuncture anaesthesia.
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