This year signalizes the hundredth anniversary of Wundt’s birth. Yet it is probably still true that, as Titchener wrote soon after Wundt’s death in 1920, “we stand too near to Wundt to see him in a just perspective.”1 Clear vision, however, requires more than a proper perspective; with increasing distance, outlines are likely to blur. While, then, the time for a just appraisal of Wundt is not yet, certain preliminary studies can and need to be carried out now.
KeywordsPhysiological Psychology Auditory Quality Color Tone Sensory Intensity Aesthetic Appreciation
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