Reference numberEC/1915/12
Previous numbersCert XIII, 90; A05150
TitleMyers, Charles Samuel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDirector of the Psychological Laboratory, University of Cambridge. Has published among other works the following: 'On the Pitch of Galton Whistles' (Journal Physiol, vol xxviii, 1902); 'The Influence of Binaural Phase Differences on the Localisation of Sound' (with H A Wilson, FRS, Brit Journ of Psych vol ii, 1908, and Proc Roy Soc, 1908); 'Some Observations on the Development of the Colour Sense' (Brit Journ Psych, vol ii, 1908); 'Instinct and Intelligence' (ibid, vol iii, 1910); 'A Case of Synestesia' (ibid, vol iv, 1911); 'A Study of Rhythm in Primative Music' (ibid, vol i, 1905); 'Herring,' 'Smell,' 'Times,' 'Primative Times,' 'Music,' and other articles (Reports of Cambridge) 'Expedition to Torres Straits' (ibid, vols ii and vi, 1903-1912); 'The Study of Music'; Anthropological Essays in Honour of E B Tylor, 1907; Chapters on Veddoa and Akikuyu music in 'The Veddas,' by C G and B Seligmann, and in 'With a Prehistoric People,' by S Routledge; 'Sarawak Music' (Brit Assoc, 1912); 'Individual Differences in the Perception of Tones' (Berich Conf Psych Berlin, 1912); 'Contributions to Egyptain Anthropology' (Journ Roy Anthrop Inst, vols xxxiii, xxxv-xxxviii, 1903-1908); 'A Contribution to the Anthropology of the Sudan' (with a Winifred Tucker) (Journ Roy Anthrop Inst, vol xl, 1910). Author of 'A Textbook of Experimental Psychology,' 1909, 2nd edition, 1911.
ProposersC S Sherrington; W H Gaskell; T Clifford Allbutt; J N Langley; H K Anderson; A C Haddon; W H R Rivers; W McDougall; [F Gotch]; W D Halliburton; Henry H Howorth
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Myers, Charles Samuel: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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