Author:Herbert Austin Aikins

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Herbert Austin Aikins
American psychologist, teacher, and inventor; educated at Yale, he worked in Western Reserve University in Cleveland.


  • The Principles of Logics. London, 1902.
  • The daily life of a protozoan: A study in comparative psycho-physiology. C. F. Hodge, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology in Clark University, & Herbert Austin Aikins, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy, Western Reserve University. The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 6, No. 4. January, 1895.


  • Aikins, H. A. (1913). Educational appliance (No. 1,050,327). Washington, DC: United States Patent Office. (external scan)


  • Forel, Auguste, 1848-1931.‏ ‎Hygiene der Nerven und des Geistes im gesunden und kranken Zustande‏. English‏: Hygiene of nerves and mind in health and disease, 1907.

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