Laboratório Leipzig (1879)Centro internacional de pesquisas em psicologiaPresença de estudantes estrangeiros: franceses, russos, ingleses, norte-americanos
Traduziram a obra de Wundt para vários idiomas
Deu um lugar à psicologiaAté 1900 foram fundados 42 laboratórios em universidades dos EUA e Canadá
Wundt's eye motion demonstrator
Demonstrations-Ophthalmotrop nach Wundt) Description: This model was used to demonstrate the action of the extraocular muscles to move the eyeball. There are 6 cords attached to the points which correspond to the muscle insertions. Each of the 6 cords can be moved singly or in combination to show how the muscles cause eye movements. (Expanded caption Copyright 1998, Edward J. Haupt)(Source: Wundt Grundzüge, 5th ed., vol. II, p. 534)
Eye motion (Model of eye muscles)
Ophthalmotrop (Augenmuskelmodell)) Description: This complex two-eye model was used to demonstrate the coordinated action of the eye muscles as they functioned to move both eyes together in tracking and convergence. (Expanded caption Copyright 1998, Edward J. Haupt)(Source: None given.) Source of illustration: Zimmermann, E. (1903). XVIII. Preis- Liste über psychologische und physiologische Apparate (p. 1). Leipzig: Eduard Zimmermann.
Rotations-Apparat für Farbscheiben
Description: This hand-held apparatus was used to rotate stimulus disks with differing proportions of two or more colors to demonstrate the principles of color mixing. Disks which demonstrate other color and lightness phenomena, such as Mach bands are included in the catalog
(Wirth's) mirror tachistoscope
Description: This is a device designed to present a larger visual stimulus for a very short adjustable exposure time by using a complex mirror-optical system.
Metronome with (pair of) mercury contacts
Description: This is a metronome with a lever attached to the pendulum. Wires at each end dip into mercury-filled cups to close electrical contacts that will not burn shut and may be used to control other apparatus or stimuli. This provides precise alternating at a specific rate up to several times per second.
Description: A platinum contact is made and broken by a solenoid to drive a tuning fork at 50, 100, or 250 Hz. The repetitive pulses are counted and a time is calculated by the number of cycles and fractional parts of cycles which are inscribed on the kymograph drum. This was the time recording method, considerably cheaper than a Hipp chronograph, which was used by Donders (1867?) to measure reaction time in his experiment which determined the components of reaction time by subtraction of the durations of different procedures
Electromagnetic tuning fork
Wundt's Beat(making) Apparatus
Description: A drum, rotated by weights, turns in a complete circle in 4 seconds. Pins on the drum are set in rows at different distances so that placing the contact on the slider can select different time intervals and thus different intervals between contact closures
Description: These papers come in "all" colors of the spectrum in 16 levels, usable for equations/equivalences. Color circles are made from intense pure hue papers without any glossiness.
Müller's rotator for memory studies
Description: This apparatus was used for the presentation of syllables at various rates. (The illustration erroneously shows a word-pair, a type of stimulus that was not used by Müller with this apparatus.) While Müller and his colleagues (Schumann, etc.) originated many types of apparatus, this appears to be the only one which is available, possibly because Baltzar (Zimmermann's predecessor) made the original apparatus.