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" Paramecium in this behavior makes such an impression that one involuntarily recognizes it as a little subject acting in ways analogous to our own. Still stronger, perhaps, is this impression when observing an Amoeba obtaining food . . . The writer is... "
Behavior of the Lower Organisms - Página 336
por Herbert Spencer Jennings - 1906 - 366 páginas
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Introduction to Psychology

Robert Mearns Yerkes - 1911 - 427 páginas
...sensitiveness and movement, it appears to the writer that an affirmative answer must be given. . . . Suppose that this animal were conscious to such an...impression when observing an amoeba obtaining food. . . . The writer is thoroughly convinced, after long study of the behavior of this organism, that if...
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Introduction to Psychology

Robert Mearns Yerkes - 1911 - 427 páginas
...not, through our consciousness, appreciate *~\ its drawing away from things that hurt it, its trial ^T the environment when the conditions are bad, its attempting...stronger, perhaps, is this impression when observing an amu'ba obtaining food. . . . The writer is thoroughly convinced, after long study of the behavior of...
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Outline of Psychology

William McDougall - 1923 - 456 páginas
..."suggest to the observer the existence of consciousness"? He is of the opinion "that Paramcecium . . . makes such an impression that one involuntarily recognizes...impression when observing an Amoeba obtaining food. . . . The writer is thoroughly convinced, after long study of the behavior of this organism, that if...
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Outline of Psychology

William McDougall - 1923 - 456 páginas
..."suggest to the observer the existence of consciousness"? He is of the opinion "that Paramcecium . . . makes such an impression that one involuntarily recognizes...stronger, perhaps, is this impression when observing an Amceba obtaining food. . . . The writer is thoroughly convinced, after long study of the behavior of...
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Psychological Monographs, Volumen11

1909
...activities. He believes that the activities of Paramecium indicate that they are directed by consciousness. " Still stronger, perhaps, is this impression when observing an amoeba obtaining food. The writer is thoroughly convinced, after long study of the behavior of this organism, that if amoeba...
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