Preyer

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  • Preyer would also reach a similar result with his above-mentioned theory of the identity of life and motion. Cited from The Theories of Darwin, by Rudolf Schmid
  • Preyer gives the record of his own child, and the hours which this child found necessary for his sleep and growth may be taken for a standard. Cited from Study of Child Life, by Marion Foster Washburne
  • He married Mary Preyer (or Prior); they had at least one child.
  • This second volume contains the further investigations of Professor Preyer on the mind of the child. Cited from The Mind of the Child, Part II, by W. Preyer
  • Preyer was a dwarf and an excellent man, but as a rule took no pupils. Cited from Women in the fine arts, by Clara Erskine Clement
  • In the twenty-fourth month Preyer's child began spontaneously to dance to music and to beat time correctly. Cited from Scientific American Sup. No. 358, by Various
  • The latter are first shown by grasping at objects, which took place in Preyer's child during the nineteenth week. Cited from Scientific American Sup. No. 358, by Various
  • The development of this speech capacity is, according to Preyer, in accordance with the development of the intellectual powers. Cited from The Handy Cyclopedia of Things Worth Knowing, by Joseph Triemens
  • Preyer says that it is years before voluntary inhibitions of grasping become possible. Cited from Study of Child Life, by Marion Foster Washburne
  • This makes it possible to institute comparative observations under the guidance of Professor Preyer's method. Cited from The Mind of the Child, Part II, by W. Preyer
  • He was, perhaps, second only to Preyer in his wide-ranging familiarity with Braid and his works.
  • Preyer's child first attempted to stand in the thirty-ninth week, but it was not until the beginning of the second year that it could stand alone, or without assistance. Cited from Scientific American Sup. No. 358, by Various
  • Dr. Preyer has observed that a hamster sometimes goes five minutes without breathing appreciably after a fortnight's sleep. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 497
  • His correspondent wrote again, revealing herself to be teacher Emily Preyer.
  • He founded children's hospital Gottfried von Preyer'sches Kinderspital bearing his name.
  • Rich Preyer died from cancer at the age of 82.
  • The walking movements which are performed by a child much too young to walk, when it is held so that its feet touch the ground, are classified by Preyer as instinctive. Cited from Scientific American Sup. No. 358, by Various
  • Professor Preyer considers that the development of the power of using language is the most prominent index to the unfolding of the intellect. Cited from The Mind of the Child, Part II, by W. Preyer
  • At Jena, Preyer introduced experimental-scientific training methods into his lectures, and also created seminars in the field of physiology.
  • This important section of psychology owes its origin especially to W. Preyer, in his interesting works, such as The Mind of the Child. Cited from The Evolution of Man, V.1., by Ernst Haeckel
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