|Statement||[by] Z. P. Dienes & M. A. Jeeves, with a foreword by Frederic C. Bartlett.|
|Series||Psychological monographs on cognitive processes, v.1|
|Contributions||Jeeves, Malcolm A., jt. auth.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||126|
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