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" It tries to squeeze through any opening ; it claws and bites at the bars or wire ; it thrusts its paws out through any opening, and claws at everything it reaches; it continues its efforts when it strikes anything loose and shaky : it may claw at things... "
Natural Science: A Monthly Review of Scientific Progress - Página 266
1898
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Appletons' Popular Science Monthly, Volumen55

William Jay Youmans - 1899
...continues its efforts when it strikes anything loose and shaky; it may claw at things in the box. The vigor with which it struggles is extraordinary. For eight...minutes it will claw and bite and squeeze incessantly. With No. 13, an old cat, and No. 11, an uncommonly sluggish cat, the behavior was different. They did...
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Animal Behaviour

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1900 - 344 páginas
...the cats were set free from a box when they (1) licked themselves or (2) scratched themselves. Dr. Thorndike comments on the results of his experiments...clawing all over the box in her impulsive struggle will probably claw the string, or loop, or button so as to open the door. And gradually all the other...
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Animal behaviour

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1900 - 344 páginas
...the cats were set free from a box when they (1) licked themselves or (2) scratched themselves. Dr. Thorndike comments on the results of his experiments...clawing all over the box in her impulsive struggle will probably claw the string, or loop, or button so as to open the door. And gradually all the other...
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Animal behaviour

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1900 - 344 páginas
...with which it struggles is extraordinary. For eight or ten minutes it will claw, and bite, and squceze incessantly. . . The cat that is clawing all over the box in her impulsive struggle will probably claw the string, or loop, or button so as to open the door. And gradually all the other...
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American Journal of Physiology, Volumen8

1903
...to the food outside, but seems simply to strive instinctively to escape from confinement. The vigor with which it struggles is extraordinary. For eight...clawing all over the box in her impulsive struggle will probably claw the string or loop or button so as to open the door. And gradually all the other...
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Animal Behaviour

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1908 - 344 páginas
...the cats were set free from a box when they (1) licked themselves or (2) scratched themselves. Dr. Thorndike comments on the results of his experiments...clawing all over the box in her impulsive struggle will probably claw the string, or loop, or button so as to open the door. And gradually all the other...
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The Psychology of Mentally Deficient Children

Naomi Norsworthy - 1908 - 111 páginas
...to the food outside but seems simply to strive instinctively to escape from confinement. The vigor with which it struggles is extraordinary. For eight...clawing all over the box in her impulsive struggle will probably claw the string or loop or button so as to open the door. And gradually all the other...
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Animal Intelligence: Experimental Studies

Edward Lee Thorndike - 1911 - 297 páginas
...to the food outside, but seems simply to strive instinctively to escape from confinement. The vigor with which it struggles is extraordinary. For eight...minutes it will claw and bite and squeeze incessantly. With 13, an old cat, and n, an uncommonly sluggish cat, the behavior was different. They did not struggle...
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Educational Psychology, Volumen1

Edward Lee Thorndike - 1913
...to the food outside, but seems simplj to strive instinctively to escape from confinement. The vigor with which it struggles is extraordinary. For eight...minutes it will claw and bite and squeeze incessantly." [Thorndike, '98, edition of 1911, p. 35.] The importance of the original tendencies whereby the annoyingness...
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Educational Psychology: Briefer Course, Volumen3

Edward Lee Thorndike - 1914 - 442 páginas
...to the food outside, but seems simply to strive instinctively to escape from confinement. The vigor with which it struggles is extraordinary. For eight...it will claw and bite and squeeze incessantly." The importance of the original tendencies whereby the annoyingness of a certain state of affairs causes...
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