is defined as the science that deals with mental processes and
behavior and the emotional and behavioral characteristics of an
individual, group, or activity.
In the beginning questions and statements were considered such
" In physics force is usually measured by its effects, and
in psychology we may some day be able to measure sensation by
determining the movement accompanying a given sensation. But the
cause is no less constant than the effect, and we may with scientific
accuracy specify and measure sensation by the physical stimulus
causing the corresponding cerebral commotion. The relation subsisting
between the sensation and the physical stimulus has, therefore,
been the subject of much experiment and discussion. An especially
large share of attention has been given to studying the way in
which the intensity of the sensation varies with the intensity
of the corresponding stimulus".
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