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" The changes toward which the physiological state tends are of two kinds. First the physiological state (like the idea) tends to produce movement. This movement often results in such a change of conditions as destroys the physiological state under consideration.... "
Behavior of the Lower Organisms - Página 289
por Herbert Spencer Jennings - 1906 - 366 páginas
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The Shipley collection of scientific papers, Volumen92

1905
...movement often results in such a change of condition as destroys the physiological state producing it. But in case it does not, then the second tendency...to resolve itself into another and different state. State I passes to state 2, and this again to state 3. This tendency shows itself even when the external...
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Behavior of the Lower Organisms

Herbert Spencer Jennings - 1906 - 366 páginas
...concerned, as certain physiological states in higher organisms. The changes toward which the physiological state tends are of two kinds. First the physiological...itself into another and different state. Condition i passes to condition 2, and this again to condition 3. This tendency shows itself even when the external...
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Behavior of the Lower Organisms

Herbert Spencer Jennings - 1906 - 366 páginas
...kinds. First the physiological state (like the idea) tends to produce movement. This movememToften results in such a cHange of conditions as destroys...then the second tendency of the physiological state jhowsltself. It.tends~to resolve~itseITTntb another and different state. Condition 1 passes to condition^,...
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Contributions from the Zoological Laboratory, Volumen12

1906
...movement often results in such a change of condition as destroys the physiological state producing it. But in case it does not, then the second tendency...to resolve itself into another and different state. State I passes to state 2, and this again to state 3. This tendency shows itself even when the external...
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The Science of Human Behavior: Biological and Psychological Foundations

Maurice Parmelee - 1913 - 443 páginas
...and tends directly to the production of some change. — The changes toward which the physiological state tends are of two kinds. First, the physiological...shows itself even when the external conditions remain uniform."2 The law which has been cited is based upon this second tendency and indicates that the resolution...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution: 1917

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1919
...concerned, as certain physiological states in higher organisms. The changes toward which the physiological state tends are of two kinds. First, the physiological...to resolve itself into another and different state. I may thus summarize the relation of metabolic processes to physiological conditions and processes...
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Pamphlets on Protozoology (Kofoid Collection)

1908
...movement often results in such a change of condition as destroys the physiological state producing it. But in case it does not, then the second tendency...to resolve itself into another and different state. State I passes to state 2, and this again to state 3. This tendency shows itself even when the external...
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