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Psycho-dynamics of chewing

Harry L. Hollingworth

Psycho-dynamics of chewing

by Harry L. Hollingworth

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Published by [s.n.] in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mastication.

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    Statementby H.L. Hollingworth.
    SeriesArchives of psychology ;, no. 239
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF21 .A7 no. 239
    The Physical Object
    Pagination90 p. :
    Number of Pages90
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6396160M
    LC Control Number39033537
    OCLC/WorldCa8811731

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Called Psycho-Dynamics of Chewing, it was published in as an entire issue of the scholarly journal Archives of Psychology. (Thanks to Jean Berko Gleason for assistance in chewing on this matter.). Psycho-Dynamics of Chewing Hollingworth, H.L.

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There is a long history of “scientific” (read: “industrial”) research into the effects of chewing gum. The Beech-Nut company hired Columbia U. psychologist Harry Hollingworth to do a study of the “psychodynamics” of gum-chewing in the mids.

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H. L. Hollingworth of Columbia University, showed.Tucha et al. () indicated that the psychodynamics of gum chewing might be an important factor, and these conflicts of cognitive performance may originate from the duration of the study (Tucha.