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Part one   Studies in word association

The associations of normal subjects

(1904) pp. 3-196.

An Analysis of the Associations of an Epileptic

(1906) pp. 197-220.

The reaction-time Ratio in the Association Experiment

(1905) pp. 221-271.

Experimental Observations on the Faculty of Memory

(1905) pp. 272-287.

Psychoanalysis and Association Experiments

(1906) pp. 288-317.

The Psychological Diagnosis of Evidence

(1906) pp. 318-352.

Association, Dream, and Hysterical Symptom

(1906) pp. 353-407.

The Psychopathological Significance of the Association Experiment

(1906) pp. 408-425.

Disturbances of Reproduction in the Association Experiment

(1907) pp. 426-438.

The Association Method

(1909) pp. 439-465.

The Family Constellation

(1909) pp. 466-479.

Part two   Psychophysical researches

On the Psychophysical Relations of the Association Experiment

(1907) pp. 483-491.

Psychophysical Investigations with the Galvanometer and Pneumograph in Normal and Insane Individuals

(1907) pp. 492-553.

Further Investigations on the Galvanic Phenomenon and Respiration in Normal and Insane Individuals

(1907-08) pp. 554-580.


Statistical Details of Enlistment

(1906) pp. 583-585.

New Aspects of Criminal Psychology

(1908) pp. 586-596.

The Psychological Methods of Investigation Used in the Psychiatric Clinic of the University of Zurich

(1906) pp. 597.

On the Doctrine of Complexes

(1911) pp. 598-604.

On the Psychological Diagnosis of Evidence: The Evidence Experiment in the Naf Trial

(1937) pp. 605-614.