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" ... give to it. Sometimes one gets this animal consciousness while in swimming, for example. One feels the water, the sky, the birds above, but with no thoughts about them or memories of how they looked at other times, or aesthetic judgments about their... "
Natural Science: A Monthly Review of Scientific Progress - Página 272
1898
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Nature, Volumen65

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1902
...above, but with no thoughts about them or memories of how they looked at other times, or ¡esthetic judgments about their beauty ; one feels no ideas...impulses, feels the movements he makes ; that is all." In the discussion upon the evolution of intelligent behaviour a most interesting and ingenious experiment...
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Nature, Volumen65

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1902
...birds above, but with no thoughts about them or memories of how they looked at other times, or esthetic judgments about their beauty ; one feels no ideas...impulses, feels the movements he makes ; that is all." In the discussion upon the evolution of intelligent behaviour a most interesting and ingenious experiment...
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Nature, Volumen65

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1902
...above, but with no thoughts about them or memories of how they looked at other times, or ¡esthetic judgments about their beauty ; one feels no ideas...impulses, feels the movements he makes ; that is all." In the discussion upon the evolution of intelligent behaviour a most interesting and ingenious experiment...
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Animal Intelligence: Experimental Studies

Edward Lee Thorndike - 1911 - 297 páginas
...results with the previous theories of association. One who has seen the phenomena so far described, who has watched the life of a cat or dog for a month...impulses, feels the movements he makes ; that is all. This pictorial description may be supplemented by an account of some associations in human life which...
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An Introduction to Child Psychology

Charles Wilkin Waddell - 1918 - 317 páginas
...we feel our own body and the impulses we give it. Sometimes one gets this animal consciousness for a while in swimming, for example. One feels the water,...values and connections of things die away. One feels sense impressions, has impulses, feels the movements he makes; that is all. Thus, by a process of elimination...
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Psychological Monographs: General and Applied, Volumen2

1899
...results with the previous theories of association. One who has seen the phenomena so far described, who has watched the life of a cat or dog for a month...impulses, feels the movements he makes; that is all. count of some associations in human life which are learned in the same way as are animal associations;...
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From Darwin to Behaviourism: Psychology and the Minds of Animals

Robert Boakes - 1984 - 279 páginas
...judgements about their beauty; one feels no ideas about what movements he will make, but feels himself to make them, feels his body throughout. Self-consciousness...has impulses, feels the movements he makes; that is all.'3 By the end of February 1898 his experiments were finished and the same energy and long hours...
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Animal Intelligence: Experimental Studies

Edward Lee Thorndike - 1965 - 297 páginas
...gets, a fairly definite idea of what the intellectual life of a cat or dog feels like. It is most tike what we feel when consciousness contains little thought...impulses, feels the movements he makes; that is all. This pictorial description may be supplemented by an account of some associations in human life which...
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Nature, Volumen65

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1902
...animal consciousness" sometimes felt during swimming will appeal to many as a very real experience, when values, and connections of things die away. One feels...impulses, feels the movements he makes ; that is all." In the discussion upon the evolution of intelligent behaviour a most interesting and ingenious experiment...
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