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      Giuseppe Guicciardi and Giulio Cesare Ferrari on the Mental Calculator Ugo Zaneboni. G. Guicciardi & G. C. Ferrari, Il calcolatore mentale ‘Zaneboni’. Contributo alla Psicologia delle memorie parziali

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      European Yearbook of the History of Psychology
      Brepols Publishers

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          This paper introduces the republished version of selected parts of an article written in 1897 by the Italian psychologists and psychiatrists Giuseppe Guicciardi and Giulio Cesare Ferrari on the ‘mental calculator’ Ugo Zaneboni. The paper highlights how the two Italian scholars were inspired mostly by French experimental psychology and, in particular, by the research of Alfred Binet. Furthermore, extracts of two unpublished letters written to the authors by Cesare Lombroso and Nicolae Vaschide are also presented.

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          EYHP
          eyhp
          European Yearbook of the History of Psychology
          Brepols Publishers
          2295-5267
          January 2015
          : 1
          : 139-172
          Article
          10.1484/J.EYHP.5.108405
          0fda1cb6-dbba-483b-9366-59b4c5bb6aa9
          History

          Psychology,Anthropology,Clinical Psychology & Psychiatry
          Psychology, Anthropology, Clinical Psychology & Psychiatry

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