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" ... felt as to be done or as doing is in animals the important thing, is the thing which gets associated, while the act as done, as viewed from outside, is a secondary affair. I prefer to have a separate word, impulse, for the former, and keep the word... "
Natural Science: A Monthly Review of Scientific Progress - Página 267
1898
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Animal behaviour

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1900 - 344 páginas
...Diagram showing times taken by a kitlon to escape from the cage in twenty-four successive experiments. successful movement, and gradually associates it with...senseimpression. . . . Previous experience makes a difl'erence in the quickness with which the cat forms the associations. After getting out of six or...
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Animal Behaviour

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1908 - 344 páginas
...Diagram showing times taken by a kitten to escape from tho cage in twenty-four successive expeiiments. successful movement, and gradually associates it with...interior of the box until the connection is perfect, BO that it performs the act as soon as confronted with the senseimpression. . . . Previous experience...
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Animal Intelligence: Experimental Studies

Edward Lee Thorndike - 1911 - 297 páginas
...separate word, impulse, for the former, and keep the word act for the latter, which it commonly means. Starting, then, with its store of instinctive impulses,...act as soon as confronted with the sense-impression. The formation of each association may be represented graphically by a tune-curve. In these curves lengths...
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Psychological Monographs: General and Applied, Volumen2

1899
...separate word, impulse, for the former, and keep the word act for the latter, which it commonly means. i/" Starting, then, with its store of instinctive impulses,...it performs the act as soon as confronted with the sense-impress1on. The formation of each association may be represented graphically by a time-curve....
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Feral Children and Clever Animals: Reflections on Human Nature

Douglas K. Candland - 1995 - 411 páginas
...impulses, the eat hits upon the successful movement, and gradually associates it with the sense impression of the interior of the box until the connection is...act as soon as confronted with the sense-impression. The formation of each association may be represented graphically by a "time curve." l ' The time curves...
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