Definition of Tachistoscopes

1. Noun. (plural of tachistoscope) ¹



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Definition of Tachistoscopes

1. tachistoscope [n] - See also: tachistoscope

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tachistoscopes

tachimochi
tachina
tachina fly
tachinid
tachinids
tachionic
tachism
tachisme
tachismes
tachisms
tachist
tachiste
tachistes
tachistesthesia
tachistoscope
tachistoscopes (current term)
tachistoscopic
tachists
tacho
tachocline
tachoclines
tachogram
tachograph
tachographs
tachography
tachometer
tachometers
tachometre
tachometres
tachometry

Literary usage of Tachistoscopes

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1. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1910)
"His statement that I had failed to see the logical relation of the "entweder—oder" (§ 5) in Wundt's discussion of Wirth's tachistoscopes, I can only ..."

2. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1894)
"(2) The tendency of the eye to follow the moving shutter, which is the disadvantage in most gravity tachistoscopes, is minimized in that the shutter and ..."

3. Catalogue: French Paintings of the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century by Iowa. University, Yale University Art Gallery, Yale University, Art Gallery (1900)
"For sight: Various color mixing outfits, sixty charts illustrating color phenomena, visual illusions, etc., specto- scope. tachistoscopes, ..."

4. Manual of Mental and Physical Tests: A Book of Directions Compiled with by Guy Montrose Whipple (1910)
"400), also in Zimmerman's catalog (1897, p. 8). The pendulum has also formed a constituent part of other tachistoscopes, eg, ..."

5. Manual of Mental and Physical Tests by Guy Montrose Whipple (1910)
"The pendulum has also formed a constituent part of other tachistoscopes, eg, as a device for interrupting a flash of light, as in Sanford's dark-box for ..."

6. Manual of Mental and Physical Tests by Guy Montrose Whipple (1910)
"The pendulum has also formed a constituent part of other tachistoscopes, eg, as a device for interrupting a flash of light, as in Sanford's dark-box ..."

7. An Elementary Laboratory Course in Psychology by Herbert Sidney Langfeld, Floyd Henry Allport (1916)
"... of felt Set of gummed digits OPTIONAL Chronoscope Telegraph keys Sound keys Batteries Langfeld-Dearborn tachistoscopes Perimeters Pianoforte or organ or ..."

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