from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In experimental psychology, a horizontal board, pivoted at the center upon a transverse axis in such a way that the subject, lying at full length upon it, may be tilted up or down: used in the study of the kinesthetic senses. See rotation-chair. Also called tilting-board.


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