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" The impression made on the observer is very much as if the organism were at first trying to escape a danger, and later merely trying to avoid an annoyance. "
Pamphlets on Protozoology (Kofoid Collection) - Página 46
1904
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Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication, Tema 16

1904
...reaction. It now bends over to one side when touched with the rod. As set forth in my previous paper, " The impression made on the observer is very much as...danger, and later merely trying to avoid an annoyance." As conditioning this third method of behavior, when all outward conditions are the same, we must postulate...
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American Journal of Physiology, Volumen8

1903
...ceased, and in a large majority of cases the animals reacted only the first time. In Stentor roeselii the same results were obtained. The animals invariably...and Vorticella. Thus the third alternative seems the oj1ly conclusion to which we can reasonably come, in view of the facts. The organism becomes changed...
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Contributions from the Zoological Laboratory, Volumen11

1905
...reaction. It now bends over to one side when touched with the rod. As set forth in my previous paper, "The impression made on the observer is very much...danger, and later merely trying to avoid an annoyance." As conditioning this third method of behavior, when all outward conditions are the same, we must postulate...
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