Catalog Record: A bibliography of psychological and experimental aesthetics, 1864-1937 | Hathi Trust Digital Library


A bibliography of psychological and experimental aesthetics, 1864-1937, by Albert R. Chandler ... and Edward N. Barnhart ...

Main Author: Chandler, Albert Richard, 1884-1957.
Related Names: Barnhart, Edward Norton 1909-
Language(s): English
Published: Berkeley, Calif., University of California press, 1938.
Subjects: Psychophysiology > Bibliography
Aesthetics > Bibliography.
Note: Cover title.
"In 1933, Professor Chandler collected and published 'A bibliography of experimental aesthetics' ... During 1935, 1936, and 1937, Dr. Barnhart collected references in this field supplementing this bibliography ... It was decided to publish an enlarged bibliography combining this material with Professor Chandler's bibliography, and to extend it to cover all references up to July 1, 1937 ... A new plan of arranging the references was set up and an appendix added."--Pref.
Physical Description: 190 numbered leaves.
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