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" A faculty that is of importance in all technical and artistic occupations, that gives accuracy to our perceptions, and justness to our generalisations, is starved by lazy disuse, instead of being cultivated judiciously in such a way as will on the whole... "
Inquiries into human faculty and its development - Page 114
by Sir Francis Galton - 1883 - 387 pages
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The Library Magazine, Volume 5

Choice literature - 1880
...generalizations, is starved by disuse, instead of being cultivated in the way that will bring most return. I believe that a serious study of the best method of developing the faculty of visualizing is one of the many pressing desiderata in the new science of education....
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science ..., Volume 32; Volume 95

1880
...generalizations, is starved by disuse, instead of being cultivated in the way that will bring most return. I believe that a serious study of the best method of developing the faculty of visualizing is one of the many pressing desiderata in the new science of education....
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 18

Science - 1881
...generalizations, is starved by disuse, Instead of being cultivated in the way that will bring most return. I believe that a serious study of the best method of developing the faculty of visualizing is one of the many pressing desiderata in the new science of education....
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Memory, what it is and how to Improve it

David Kay - Memory - 1888 - 334 pages
...make a lasting impression on the memory.2 Speaking of the visualising faculty, Mr. F. Galton says : " Our bookish and wordy education tends to repress this...without prejudice to the practice of abstract thought in 1 " A few dots like those used by the bushmen give great assistance in creating an imaginary picture,...
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Memory: what it is and how to improve it

David Kay, David Kay (F.R.G.S.) - Memory - 1888 - 334 pages
...make a lasting impression on the memory.2 Speakigg of the visualising faculty, Mr. F. Galton says : " Our bookish and wordy education tends to repress this...without prejudice to the practice of abstract thought in 1 "A few dots like those used by the bushmen give great assistance in creating an imaginary picture,...
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Memory: What it is and how to Improve it

David Kay - Memory - 1888 - 340 pages
...make a lasting impression on the memory.2 Speaking of the visualising faculty, Mr. F. Galton says : " Our bookish and wordy education tends to repress this...a way as will on the whole bring the best return. ... 1 believe that a serious study of the best method of developing and utilising this faculty without...
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Psychology and psychic culture

Reuben Post Halleck - Psychology - 1895 - 368 pages
...and artistic occupations, that gives accuracy to our perceptions, and justice to our generalizations, is starved by lazy disuse, instead of being cultivated...return. I believe. that a serious study of the best means of developing and utilizing this faculty, without prejudice to the practice of abstract thought...
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The Education of the Central Nervous System: A Study of Foundations ...

Reuben Post Halleck - Central nervous system - 1896 - 258 pages
...and artistic occupations, that gives accuracy to our perceptions and justness to our generalizations, is starved by lazy disuse, instead of being cultivated...serious study of the best method of developing and utilizing this faculty, without prejudice to the practice of abstract thought in symbols, is one of...
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Studies in Literature and Composition for High Schools, Normal Schools, and ...

Wells Hawks Skinner - English language - 1897 - 227 pages
...and artistic occupations, that gives accuracy to our perceptions and justness to our generalizations, is starved by lazy disuse, instead of being cultivated...way as will, on the whole, bring the best return." But observe that words not only express ideas, but emotions as well. Along with the idea there may...
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New Methods in Education: Art, Real Manual Training, Nature Study ...

James Liberty Tadd - Art - 1899 - 432 pages
...all who do not follow routine, have need of it. The pleasure its use can afford is immense. * * * * I believe that a serious study of the best method of developing and utilizing this faculty without prejudice to the practice of abstract thought in symbols is one of the...
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