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" Naturalist. [July, ments) — but by the reinstatement of it by a discharge of the energies of the organism, concentrated as far as may be for the excessive stimulation of the organs (muscles, etc.) most nearly fitted by former habit to get this stimulation... "
The American Naturalist - Page 542
1896
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Mental Development in the Child and the Race: Methods and Processes

James Mark Baldwin - Child development - 1894 - 496 pages
...selection beforehand of this stimulation nor by its fortuitous occurrence, alone, but by the proximate reinstatement of it by a discharge of the energies...may be for the excessive stimulation of the organs most nearly fitted by former habit to get this stimulation again.1 Assuming that such a supplement...
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Psychological Review, Volume 8

James Mark Baldwin, James McKeen Cattell, Howard Crosby Warren, John Broadus Watson, Herbert Sidney Langfeld, Carroll Cornelius Pratt, Theodore Mead Newcomb - Electronic journals - 1901
...selection beforehand of this stimulation, nor by its fortuitous occurrence alone, but by the proximate reinstatement of it by a discharge of the energies...the organism, concentrated as far as may be for the excess stimulation of the organs most nearly fitted by former habit to get that stimulation again."...
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Mental Development in the Child and the Race, Methods and Processes

James Mark Baldwin - Psychology - 1894 - 494 pages
...fortuitous occurrence, alone, but by the proximate reinstatement of it by a discharge of the energics of the organism, concentrated as far as may be for the excessive stimulation of the organs most nearly fitted by former habit to get this stimulation again. 1 Assuming that such a supplement...
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The American Naturalist

Biology - 1896
...secured—not by the selection of this stimulation beforehand (nor of the necessary movements)—but by the reinstatement of it by a discharge of the energies...fitted by former habit to get this stimulation again," 6 in which the word "stimulation " stands for the condition favorable to adaptation. After several...
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Development and Evolution: Including Psychophysical Evolution, Evolution by ...

James Mark Baldwin - Evolution - 1902 - 395 pages
...secured — not by the selection of this stimulation beforehand (nor of the necessary movements) — but by the reinstatement of it by a discharge of the...fitted by former habit to get this stimulation again," 1 in which the word ' stimulation ' stands for the condition favourable to adjustment. After several...
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Development and Evolution: Including Psychophysical Evolution, Evolution by ...

James Mark Baldwin - Evolution - 1902 - 395 pages
...movements), but by the reinstatement of it by a discharge of the energies of the organism, concentrated so far as may be for the excessive stimulation of the...which the ' stimulation ' stands for the condition favourable to adaptation). After several trials the child, for example, effects the adjustment aimed...
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Development and Evolution: Including Psychophysical Evolution, Evolution by ...

James Mark Baldwin - Evolution - 1902 - 395 pages
...stimulation is secured, not by the selection of this stimulation beforehand (nor of the necessary movements), but by the reinstatement of it by a discharge of the energies of the organism, concentrated so far as may be for the excessive stimulation of the organs (muscles, etc.) most nearly fitted by...
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Princeton Contributions to Psychology, Volumes 1-2

Howard Crosby Warren - Psychology - 1896
...secured—not by the selection of this stimulation beforehand (nor of the necessary movements)—but by the reinstatement of it by a discharge of the energies...example) gets the adaptation aimed at more and more perfect!)', and the accompanying excessive and useless movements fall away. This is the kind of selection...
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The Educational Meaning of Manual Arts and Industries

Robert Keable Row - Education - 1909 - 240 pages
...selection beforehand of this stimulation, nor by its fortuitous occurrence, alone, but by the proximate reinstatement of it by a discharge of the energies...may be for the excessive stimulation of the organs most nearly fitted by former habit to get this stimulation again." Page 179. Then, referring to the...
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