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Edwin G. Boring

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Sensation and perception
"Edwin Boring"

(1886 - 1968)
Boring, Edwin Garrigues, The sensations of the alimentary canal, Worcester (1915) is available online at the Hathi Trust Digital Library

Mean distance: 12.84 (cluster 23)
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J P. Guilford grad student
Edward Bradford Titchener grad student 1914-1918 Cornell


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Thelma Alper grad student Harvard
Pablo I. Altieri, II, M.D. grad student Harvard
E.B. Newman grad student Harvard
Carroll C. Pratt grad student Clark University
William C. H. Prentice grad student Harvard (Evolution Tree)
Mark Rosenzweig grad student Harvard
Burrhus Frederick Skinner grad student Harvard
Stanley Smith Stevens grad student Harvard
Charles K. Trueblood grad student Harvard (Hypnotree)
Leo Hurvich grad student 1914 Harvard
Harry Helson grad student 1924 Harvard
Cooper Harold Langford grad student 1924 Harvard (MathTree)
John Gilbert Beebe-Center grad student 1926 Harvard
Ernest Glen Wever grad student 1926 Harvard
Fred Simmons Keller grad student 1931 Harvard
Dorwin Cartwright grad student 1940 (PsychTree)
Donald W. Taylor grad student 1943 Harvard (PsychTree)
Bertram Scharf grad student 1958 Harvard
William A. Hunt grad student 1931-1986 Harvard


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Lucy M. Boring collaborator Cornell (PsychTree)
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Boring EG. (1966) What To Do about ESP. Science (New York, N.Y.). 154: 589
Annin EL, Boring EG. (1966) Psychological necrology (1953-1964). Psychological Bulletin. 65: 193-8
Boring EG. (1966) What to do about ESP [1] Science. 154: 589
Boring EG. (1965) Letters to the Editor. Science (New York, N.Y.). 150: 1244
BORING EG. (1965) EDWARD WHEELER SCRIPTURE: 1864-1945. The American Journal of Psychology. 78: 314-7
Boring EG. (1965) Extrasensory induction of brain waves [7] Science. 150: 1244
Boring EG. (1964) Cognitive Dissonance: Its Use in Science: A scientist, like any other human being, frequently holds views that are inconsistent with one another. Science (New York, N.Y.). 145: 680-5
BORING EG. (1964) SIZE-CONSTANCY IN A PICTURE. The American Journal of Psychology. 77: 494-8
Boring EG. (1964) Eponym as placebo Acta Psychologica. 23: 9-23
Boring EG. (1964) Discussion Acta Psychologica. 23: 181
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