1. What is the foundation of what is called “mental attitude?”
2. What is the key to the storehouse of our psycho-physical experiences, and why is this key important to have?
3. Of what must we have proper understanding to be able to satisfactorily consider “cause and effect?”
4. What state is it necessary for a person to be in to have a satisfactory conception of new and unfamiliar ideas or experiences?
5. When can we safely pass on to the consideration of “cause ofeffect” in connection with the problem of every-day life?
6. What is necessary before we can be justified in asserting that individual reactions to stimuli will be the reactions of a controlled human creature?