By W.R.C. Latson M.D.

1913. Contents: brain and Its fabric; education of the viewpoint schools; reminiscence and the way to boost It; organization of notion; mind's eye and the way to domesticate It; find out how to focus the eye; Psycho-Physical improvement; The misplaced paintings of early life.

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First of all we analyze the object from every standpoint and in every particular and detail. If a concrete object we study all its qualities as we did in the case of the brick. If an idea, we consider carefully all its phases. Then trace all its relations to other ideas, noting in what respect it resembles or differs from such other ideas. Then we shall have gone through the four processes—analysis, extension, likeness, and unlikeness. To give you an instance illustrating this interesting and important method: Not long ago I was one of a number of guests at a country house.

Say you have taken a knife—an ordinary table knife. Now, describe its form, color, size, shape, weight, material, and state its peculiarities—hard, cool, sharp, heavy, opaque, elastic. Having written out this list of descriptive points, take them up one by one and think of what other objects have the same quality. For instance, in material the knife, being of steel with an ivory handle, resembles all cutlery and steel machinery, differing from them not in material but perhaps in the manner and degree of the tempering.

All this being true, we will be ready to appreciate the following important statement: It is necessary to get into the mind a large stock of ideas; this can be done only by perception and memory; but it is equally necessary that the ideas and memories in the mind shall be so associated or grouped that one idea instantly calls up many other related ideas. And this can be done only by developing the power of association. How Associations Are Made. And here arises the practical question: How shall I so train my mind that the ideas it contains shall be closely associated, each one with many others?

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