Henry J. Watt

Henry Jackson Watt (1879–1925) was a Scottish experimental psychologist. He was student of Oswald Külpe and a member of the Würzburg School. He is perhaps best known for his pioneering work on mental set in problem solving, what he referred to as "''Einstellung''" or "task mental set". Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Watt, Henry Jackson, 1879-1925
    Published 1925
    London, Methuen & co. ltd. [1925]
    xi, 243, p. diagrs. 20 cm.
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    by Watt, Henry Jackson, 1879-1925
    Published 1911
    New York, London, Longmans, Green & co.; E. Arnold, 1911.
    128 p. 17 cm.

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