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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1926-1927-181

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182 FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCE A7 -Physiology of the Nervous System 5-6 beginning Oct 6th A8 -History of Modern Philosophy Th 30-6 30 beginning Oct 7th Zj -Readings in German Text-books of Psychology To be arranged Sj -A one-term Course in General Experimental Psychology will be held on Mondays at in connection with the Course on Psycho- pathology for students proceeding to the Diploma in Psychological Medicine Others may also attend this course by arrangement 52 -Psychology for Teachers 10-11 Michaelmas Term beginning Oct 6th and 10-12 Lent Term beginning Jan 12th 53 Psychology of Advertising 7-8 Michaelmas Term beginning Oct 8th Laboratory Cour3e will be arranged In connection with these courses courses have been arranged at University College as follows A22 -Psychology of Conduct 6-7 Michaelmas Term beginning Oct 11th A19 -Comparative Psychology of Primitive Races Th 30-6 30 Lent Term beginning Jan 13th A15 -Fundamental Problems and Controversies 5-6 Michaelmas Term beginning Oct 11th A14 -Recent Experimental Results 6-7 Easter Term beginning May 2nd And at Bedford College Child and Comparative Psychology 2nd and 3rd Terms 11-12 Courses have also been arranged in connection with the London Day Training College and the School of Economics to meet the University Regulations with regard to the Academic Diploma in Psychology Particulars can be obtained from the Head of the Department ANTHROPOLOGY Head of the Department Professor Edward Barclay Smith Ch Cantab Students desirous of taking the Honours Sc degree are required to devote one year either after passing the Inter or after ob- taining the degree to the work of the curriculum as given in the Calendar of the University of London Course of Inter-collegiate and Laboratory Work is provided see University Calendar The subjects taken at King's College are- Practical Vertebrate Anatomy Special Lectures on subject to be afterwards intimated Course of Practical Embryology
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