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       , Volume 5 Issue 02 Previous Issue    Next Issue
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    SOME PROBLEMS CONCERNING THE SIMULATION METHODS IN THE INVESTIGATION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL PROCESSES
    TSAO CHUANG-YUNG
    . 1961, 5 (02): 3-10.  
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    The problem of the use of the simulation methods in psychologic is discussed:(1) The reasons for using this method, its possibility and practical meaning are given. The author believes that the unity of nature is the theoretical premise for the possibility of investigation and that this kind of investigation will benefit the advance of both technology and psychology.(2) The author takes the analogy between the recognition of visual patterns by the machine and by the human being as an example to demonstrate the above point of view.(3) It is important in simulation methods of investigation to clarify related theoretical and philosophical problems. The author considers that dialetics is needed to handle problems such as the diversity and connection between phenomena, the relationship between man and machine and the use of mathematical methods in psychology.(4) The way for an healthy development of the simulation methods of investigation and its prospects are also discussed.
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    THE GENESIS AND DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN CONSCIOUSNESS
    WANG SHU, JAN JAN-MEI
    . 1961, 5 (02): 11-23.  
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    In the light of Marxism-leninism, and especially Comrade Mao Tse-tung's thinking on Practice, this paper brings out the role of practice in the genesis and development of human consciousness. The authors attempt to analyze the influence of productive activity in the formation of man's senses, conception, speech rind thought, etc. They pointed out that the principle that labor created man also means that labor created consciousness. They point out the dependence of human consciousness on society; human consciousness in class society inevitably has a class character, and class struggle is the great motive force in the development of human consciousness in class society.
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    THE PROBLEM OF THE NEGATIVE INFLUENCE OF THE "STANDARD FIGURE" IN THE TEACHING OF PLANE GEOMETRY
    LU CHUNG-HENG
    . 1961, 5 (02): 24-36.  
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    To study the problem Of the negative influence of "standard figure" in the teaching of plane geometry, the author set up 3 experimental classes. In one class oral explanation was used, in the second the variant figures were used, in order to generalize the "standard figure", and the third in class used standard figure from textbooks. The results of the experiment confirm: (1) in learning fundamental" concepts, the negative influence of the "standard figure" was quite" serious, but later the influence is limited in prolonging the time in prceiving variant figure and in increasing the frequencies of trial and error; (2) when variant figureand oral explanation were used in different classes of 14—15-year old pupils, similar results were obtained. Therefore, oral explanation should be used to generalize the standard figure as earlier as possible.
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    THE ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN THE GENESIS,DEVELOPMENT AND SPEEDY-SYNTHETIC TREATMENT OF HYPERTENSION
    WANG JING-HUO
    . 1961, 5 (02): 43-52.  
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    This paper analyzes the function of psychological factors in the genesis and development of hypertension, on the basis of 252 cases. The role of psychotherapy in the speedysynthetic treatments of 288 cases of hypertension is also discussed.
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    THE EVOLUTION OF ANIMAL PSYCHE
    CHEN HAN-PIAO
    . 1961, 5 (02): 53-62.  
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    Following the dialectical materialistic viewpoint of evolution, the author deals with the reflective form of the psyche and its evolution from the lowest animals, such as the single cell protozoan, to the higher animals, such as the monkey. The author shows that the psychological development of animal is conditioned by its living conditions and the development of its nervous system; the development of the nervous system lays the basis for the genesis of human consciousness.
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